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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 11 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 11 months ago
    Commented 11 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 11 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 11 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 11 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 11 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 11 months ago
    Thanks for the recommendation 👍