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The Best Gel Exfoliators That Reduce Redness For Mature Skin

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Pure Sugar Smooth & Glow Grapeseed Scrub by L'Oreal

Pure Sugar Smooth & Glow Grapeseed Scrub

4.5 (3246)
brighteningpore minimizingredness reliefanti-aging
Brighten Up! Exfoliator by Vasanti Cosmetics
Vasanti Cosmetics

Brighten Up! Exfoliator

4.5 (1515)
brighteningredness reliefevens out skinanti-aging
Poredermabrasion Pore Perfecting Exfoliator by Dr. Brandt
Dr. Brandt

Poredermabrasion Pore Perfecting Exfoliator

4.4 (298)
pore minimizinggentlegood for acneredness relief
Cellular Mineral Face Exfoliator by la prairie
la prairie

Cellular Mineral Face Exfoliator

4.6 (404)
gentlepore minimizinganti-agingredness relief
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Deborrah Bennett
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With so many people moving into serums and acids just a reminder: You should NOT mix these VITAMIN C + AHAS/BHAS : Combining retinol with Vitamin C is a recipe for peeling, redness and irritation, in short, a total disaster for the health of your skin RETINOIDS + AHAS/BHAS: damages skin moisture barrier and can cause irritation, redness, dry skin over time; use separately and sparingly RETINOIDS + VITAMIN C: may cause over exfoliation, resulting in increased skin and sun sensitivity; separate into day/night routines Benzoyl peroxide + vitamin C OIL-BASED + WATER-BASED. GLYCOLIC ACID + SALICYLIC ACID: too many acids can strip the skin and damage its ability to recover NIACINAMIDE + VITAMIN C: use in careful moderation. Some studies show that They stabilize each other some shoe that mixing vitamin c can result in a niacin flush (red irritation to the skin). -Retinols should mostly be used at night - Vitamin C should mostly be used at night -Wait 20 mins when layering multiple serums (if you find your skin can tolerate it in one setting) -Don’t forger your SPF 30 during the day -When introducing acids to your face “purging” is only normal to a certain extent

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Deborrah Bennett
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Emilie Fisher
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So I have these little bumps on my arms and legs. I believe it is called keratosis-pilaris. I have been looking at The Ordinary’s products and was curious if anyone has ever tried them? What do you think about them? I’m hoping that their products will help with my overall skin redness, oiliness, large pores, and acne, AND possibly the lactic acid for my bumpy arms and legs. I have heard before that lactic acid can help with this. Thoughts or recommendations? #oilyskin #bumpyskin @

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I find that after exfoliating with a scrub or a loofah, moisturizing with a thick cream or Vaseline does good over time but you’d need to do this not when you’re going to bed so it doesn’t rub off.

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Mikayla Castaneda
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has anyone tried these products for exfoliators? i have dry sensitive skin and i’m on the look for something that’s worth it, i know i’ll break out from it being new but i’m looking for something that won’t cause me to break out all together or make my skin irritated

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Chelsea Fiedler
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I’m currently using this one. You can find it at ulta and target. It’s so gentle!!!!