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The difference here is that the generic brand's exfoliating beads are smaller than the St. Ives scrubbing beads. If you are looking for a less aggressive scrub, you may prefer the CVS version, but we are rating based on similarity. Additionally, the CVS version is lighter in color than the St. Ives. Our reviewer said her skin felt equally smooth after both washes. For exfoliation purposes alone, we would stick to the name brand here.
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