We all want baby-soft skin. But, with its frigid temps, winter weather makes it seemingly impossible to achieve a silky smooth complexion. That’s where face scrubs and exfoliants come in. If you aren’t already exfoliating once or twice a week, now is the best time to start. Nestled between cleansing and toning, exfoliating helps deep clean pore-clogging dirt and debris while gently lifting away dead skin cells that often get in the way of bright, radiant-looking skin.
This winter, kickstart your cold-weather skin care regimen with Walmart.com’s selection of facial scrubs and exfoliants. From sugar scrubs to face masks to glycolic acid peels, the superstore offers a variety of concoctions that work to slough away dry skin, leaving behind softer skin. And, with the layer of winter skin out of the way, the deeply moisturizing products that keep your skin nourished all season long have a better shot at staying soft and supple in rain, sleet, and snow.
Ahead, find our top-rated picks from Walmart.com.
A Cult-Favorite Drugstore Face Scrub
This apricot-infused facial scrub is a must-have for acne-prone skin. Made with a potent combination of natural physical exfoliants (crushed walnut shells!) and salicylic acid, this classic drugstore buy will leave the complexion feeling like butter.
A Mud Mask That Purifies and Exfoliates
A Two-in-One Face Cleanser and Exfoliant
A Sonic Cleansing Brush For Gentle Exfoliation
A Cooling Facial Scrub for Acne-Prone Skin
A Facial Cleansing Brush That Sloughs Off Dead Skin Cells
A Grapeseed Oil-Infused Facial Scrub For Deep Nourishment
A Natural Sponge That Exfoliates While You Cleanse
A Facial Scrub Made for Sensitive Skin Types
A Salicylic Acid and Charcoal Blackhead Treatment
A Peel-Off Mask That Evens Texture
An All-Natural Scrub That Refines Pores
Exfoliating Face Wipes
An At-Home Facial Peel
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