This Avon Freshest Pure range review is well over due. I’m sure you can tell in the photographs that one of the bottles is empty. The Freshest Pure Range includes the refreshing facial toner, 3-in-1 scrub, mask and cleanser and light moisturising gel, which I purchases a few months ago. Here’s what I thought about them.
3-in-1 scrub, mask and cleanser
This is primarily more a cleanser than a scrub or mask. The exfoliating beads are very tiny and light, so it’s gentle enough to use daily. I never left it long on my face as a mask because I preferred it as a cleanser and scrub. It didn’t dry out my skin and felt it feeling smooth. I would definitely repurchase.
Refreshing facial toner
There’s nothing amazing about this toner. It doesn’t have alcohol and it tones well. It is also safe to use after using a nose pore strip and waxing. If I got it on sale again, I’d repurchase.
Light moisturising gel
Of these products I like this gel the least. It doesn’t rub in well and left my face feeling sticky. Honestly I wouldn’t repurchase it. I have half a tub left and am considering tossing it. Maybe it’s just not right for my skin type, but I do not like it at all.
Cost of the Avon Freshest Pure items
The 3-in-1 normally goes for R80, the facial toner R75 and light moisturising gel R105, but I got mine on sale. I don’t remember the exact prices but the total came to less than R150. These items and the rest of the Avon Freshest Pure range can be purchase by your closest Avon representative. I have a few more review posts on their products so remember to pop back for them.