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Question
Exfoliator recommendation for dry / mature skin? Or, is it really necessary to exfoliate regularly? If so, how often?
Question
Exfoliator recommendation for dry / mature skin? Or, is it really necessary to exfoliate regularly? If so, how often?
    Commented 8 months ago
    P50 W. I shared more information on my post. Order a small bottle, about $30 from Rescue Spa, Ciel Spa, or Jill Bucy Skincare. Weekly use is fine to start.
    Commented 8 months ago
    Commented 8 months ago
    Pixi Glow Tonic! It's totally gentle enough for acid starters. I'd start by using this once a week and seeing if your skin reacts well to it. Mine certainly did!
    Commented 8 months ago
    I'm using a mini version of the Drunk Elephant one. It's made my skin a lot smoother and faded some stubborn freckles I have! Not sure if ill purchase the full size though as it's quite expensive.
    • Post Owner
    Commented 8 months ago
    👀 wait.. it says itself "serum." I would never know it exfoliates just by name. Lol How cryptic skincare/beauty world is. Thanks for the recommendation 😊
    Commented 8 months ago
    Lol yes it's a bit confusing but I think it's because you don't wash it off, so they call it a serum? In any case this one is awesome!
    Commented 8 months ago
    Yes! It's good to exfoliate your skin as it helps repair the look of sun damage, wrinkles, and dull skin. I would recommend you start slow, like once a week, then up it to a few times a week. I really like Sunday Riley's lactic acid if you want a gentler option that still delivers results 👍 this stuff gave me baby soft skin!!
    • Post Owner
    Commented 8 months ago
    Thanks for the recommendation 👍