EverYuth Naturals Walnut & Apricot Scrub Review

EverYuth Naturals Walnut & Apricot Scrub Review


Hi this review is about EverYuth Naturals Walnut & Apricot Scrub.
FYI – EverYuth also has an ultra mild version of this scrub for sensitive skin.
But I’ll be reviewing the former, so don’t get confused.
First let’s have a look at the product details below:

What Everyuth claims:
Daily exposure to sun, dust and pollution can cause accumulation of dead skin cells, which damages your skin – making it dull and lifeless.
Routine cleansing is not enough to get rid of dead skin cells.
The exfoliating action of the New Everyuth Walnut Facial Scrub unclogs pores and gently scrubs away impurities, dead skin cells, blackheads and whiteheads – leaving your skin visibly smooth, fresh and healthy.

Price – Rs.150 for 200+20gms

Directions for use:
Wet your face, apply scrub and massage with upward circular movements for about 2 minutes.
Rinse and pat dry.
Avoid areas around the eyes.
For best results, scrub your face at least twice a week.

Ingredients – Water, Glyceryl Monostearate, Walnut Shell Powder, Liquid Paraffin, Cetostearyl Alcohol, Cetyl alcohol, IsoPropyl Alcohol, Sorbitol, Starch, Lanolin, Apricot Kernel Oil, Sodium Lauryl Sulphate, Titanium Dioxide, Fragrance, Triethanolamine, Triclosan, Carbomer, Methyl Paraben, Vitamin E Acetate, Propyl Paraben, Ascorbic Acid, Color Sunset Yellow C.I.No. 15985, Vitamin A Palmitate

Walnut– Smoothen skin texture by removing dead skin cells and help regenerate new cells.
Apricot – Moisturizes skin, making it soft and supple.
Vitamins A, C and EAntioxidants that protect your skin from the sun, pollution and premature aging.

My Experience with about EverYuth Naturals Walnut & Apricot Scrub:
This is the first ever face scrub that I bought 10 years ago and I’m still using it.
The granules are big & quite course, so I use it only once a week.
check the granules in the below swatch.


This is a cream scrub which moisturizes as well.
You can feel the moisture & hydration level in your skin, once you wash it off.
This is a good scrub for those looking for heavy scrubbing like me.
It has a pleasant, mild fragrance which does not linger for long.
It’s similar to the St.Ives Scrub.
Since I have oily skin, I use a face wash after using this scrub, so my face does not become oily.
I think this scrub would be more suitable for dry, normal & combination skin.
However, if you feel that your skin has become oily, simply wash it off with a face wash.

Removes black and white heads effectively (if used after steaming face).
Does not dry skin after usage, leaves moisturisation.
Can also be used as feet & body scrub, due to its course big granules.
Does not cause breakouts or irritate skin.

Most abrasive out of all the scrubs available in the market. Although I’m not complaining, since I scrub only once a week.
May not suit sensitive skin, due to the abrasive nature.
May not suit oily skin, issue to its moisturizing properties. You can use a face wash post this, if u have oily skin or on your T-zone.

Will I repurchase: Definitely again & again & again.

Will I recommend: yes to those who have lots of deal cells, spots on their face, but only once or twice a week.

Let me know your experience & queries regarding this product in the comments section

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