Not very similar to the name brand.
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Our tester has been using Neutrogena for years and recommends steering clear of the Brandless scrub. She thinks it is more of a body scrub than a facial scrub. It is thick and has the consistency of a sugar scrub. Additionally, it left a chalky residue on the skin. The smell is much sweeter and is not as strong of a sour grapefruit smell as the Neutrogena. We suggest not using Brandless if you have sensitive skin. We will try this against another facial scrub, but it is certainly NOT a dupe for Neutrogena.
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