And Now, the 4 Best-Selling Drugstore Face Scrubs on the Internet

Updated 03/29/18

Fact: Face scrubs are a dime a dozen at the drugstore. This is both a good thing, and a bad thing. Good because, who doesn't love picking up a pore-refining exfoliant for $10? But also a little bad, because when it comes time to buy, the amount of choice can be overwhelming. That's where our pals at Rank & Style—a website dedicated to simplifying shopping for beauty addicts—come in. Using a unique algorithm that gathers digital data from all corners of the internet, the team generate lists of top-selling products for an impartial look at what really works. And today, wouldn't you know it, they've dropped all new rankings of the best-selling drugstore scrubs out there. 

From a salicylic acid-packed formula that battles acne, to a product so gentle even sensitive types can get amongst, there's something for everyone. The results even include the apricot-scented exfoliant you probably used in high school, which also happens to be Australia's No.1 face scrub. (No biggie.) Keen to add a few wallet-friendly picks to your next shopping list?

Keep scrolling for the big reveal.

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#4: Best for Treating Acne

Biore Pore Unclogging Scrub $10
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Packed with acne-fighting salicylic acid, this scrub does double-duty treating existing breakouts and preventing new ones from forming.

#3: Best for Sloughing Off Dead Skin

St. Ives Blemish Control Apricot Scrub $10
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According to Priceline, this is Australia's No.1 scrub and fans are obsessed with the oil-free formula and nostalgic apricot scent.

#2: Best for Brightening the Complexion

Acure Brightening Facial Scrub $20
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Made with nutrient-dense sea kelp and chlorella, this all-natural exfoliant has been proven to effectively reduce the appearance of pigmentation.

#1: Best for Smoothing Sensitive Skin

Simple Kind To Skin Smoothing Facial Scrub $10
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Perfect for sensitive types, this cult drugstore face scrub is made with rice granules. Even better, it's perfume- and dye-free, which translates to an even gentler formula.

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