Best Natural Exfoliators That Reduce Redness For Dry Skin

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Microdermabrasion Scrub by Derma E
Derma E

Microdermabrasion Scrub

4.6 (1980)$32.50
brighteningpore minimizinganti-agingevens out skin
Microdermabrasion Scrub by Derma E
Derma E

Microdermabrasion Scrub

4.6 (945)$22.49
redness reliefpore minimizinganti-agingevens out skin
Glow Baby Salvation Walnut Scrub by pacifica
pacifica

Glow Baby Salvation Walnut Scrub

4.7 (165)$14.00
gentlegood for acnepore minimizingredness relief
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Bethany Simpson
Sensitive Skin

Good serums for dry skin and redness? I have tried the ordinary but it doesn’t seem to hydrate my skin enough

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Tammy Dawn Lockhart Wierwille
Mature Skin

There’s an essence you mix with your moisturizer I love it - the ingredient urea in it!! I can’t live without this stuff It’s affordable too

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julie.
Dry Skin

Hi everyone ! Im new here and I was hoping someone could give me tips on products or methods to help dry textured skin. I also have a lot of redness which I believe came from previously using scrub exfoliators. Im willing to try almost anything. Thanks in advance ! 💓

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Jenn Castillo
Dry Skin

I have really dry skin as well and I had to go to a dermatologist because of it and she recommended this. it has helped me a lot. I used to have discoloration on my face and when I started using this moisturizer it has gotten better. it also leaves my skin really soft. make sure to apply it when you wake up, or before applying any makeup and before going to sleep!

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julie.
Dry Skin

@Jenn Castillo thank you! 💓

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abbriella mae
Dry Skin

My skin is super dry and i’m looking for any foundation and a primer that will make my skin look natural and dewy. Any recommendations??

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Jessica Helms
Dry Skin

I use Too Faced Hangover Primer and then I put a small amount of this on my dryer areas and let it sink in before my foundation and I feel like it really helps.