Product Review: Garnier Pure 3in1 Wash,Scrub + Mask

What it says on the packet:

"it [3in1] eliminates the need for a complicated routine by delivering 3 benefits in one product - it can be used as a wash, a scrub, and a mask for a clearer skin appearance that's long lasting"
Perfect if you have oily to combination skin prone to imperfections and blackheads.

How to use:
Garnier's 1st 3in1 cleanser eliminates excess sebum, unclogs pores and evens skin tone for purified skin.

Wash - Apply to wet face, massage product and rinse off with water. Use daily
Scrub - Apply to wet face, massage product in circular motions for an exfoliating action and rinse off with water. Use daily.
Mask - Apply to face. Allow to dry for 3 minutes. Rinse off with water. Use 2-3 times a week.

Aqua/Water, Kaolin, Glycerin, Butylene Glycol, Zea Mays Starch/Corn Starch, CI 77891/ Titanium Dioxide, Decyl Glucoside, Polyethylene, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan), PEG-7 Cocoate, Eucalyptus Globus Extract/ Eucalyptus Globus Leaf Extract, Linalool, Zinc Gluconate, Sodium Hydroxide, Limonene Propylene Glycol, Tetrasodium EDTA, Xanthan Gum, Menthol, Benzyl, Salicylate, Salicylic Acid, Phenoxyethanol, CI 42090/ Blue 1 Lake, Parfum/Fragrance, (F.I.L.B32266/1)

Where to buy/Price:
Strangely the prices vary greatly depending on where you buy it at. The first one I bought was at Morrison's for £4.45, the one I have now was £3.65 and I bought it in Superdrug. And I've also seen it at Boots for £4.99. I don't know why the prices are so different. Suggestions?

Love it or leave it?
So good I bought it twice! LOVE it, hug it, kiss it.
NEVER have any of the products that I use lived up to it's promises, NEVER! I'm proud to say that Garnier is the product I will be using for a long time.  This is incredible!  I use it as a scrub 3 times a week, wash at night and in the morning and as a mask 3 times a week after school and my skin instantly is spot-free, silky soft and glowing! I could go on forever.  What I also like about this product is that it worked instantly (yes instantly) and has continued to work that way. I have yet to try their other products but for now I'm a happy bunny :)

However, this product seems to be a hit or miss product, some people (like myself) absolutly adore it and some detest as it can be very drying. Overall I say give it a try, you never know if you don't try :)

Package design: 5/5
As far as bottle design, it's fairly common in facial washes, the flip top, the triangular shape and size. What drew me to this was the fact that all the imformation you need is on the front but yet it does not look jam-packed with loads of text . It doesn't necasirly have the simplicity 'factor' but everything is balanced out with the text on the lower part of the cover and white space everywhere else, which is important if you don't want your buyers to feel overwhelmed. Text is centre aligned with a diagram in the middle. Smooth surface to touch with a shimmery blue colour. Overall I rate the packaging 5 out of 5. I see no wrong!
Touch: 4/5
It has a little grains in it which acts as the scrub, so if you don't like scrubs, this will probably irritate you. It's a bit annoying when washing it off though because it feels like one of those really thick clay masks which you can't get off with a splash of water. It's thick and a little goes a long way, my previous one lasted me a month and a bit - which is good, considering I used to use it twice a day. 4 out of 5 for touch because I find it slightly annoying when washing off.

Smell: 5/5
The same smell is light and fresh and has no real definitive scent, though there is some sort of fragrance, like a clay or muddy facial mask - That's the best way I can describe it lol. But it's not overpowering so it's okay.

Sight: 5/5

As I mentioned in the Touch description above, it has little grains probably the same size as sugar maybe even a little bit smaller than sugar grains. which are blue. It's an off-white colour and I know blue and off-white is probably not the best colour combination but, it's surprisingly fitting.

Overall Rating: 5/5