Best Natural Exfoliators That Reduce Redness For Pores

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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
Cranberry Gommage by arcona
arcona

Cranberry Gommage

4.8 (208)$48.00
gentlesmoothpore minimizinggood for acne
Anti-Wrinkle Scrub by Derma E
Derma E

Anti-Wrinkle Scrub

4.3 (978)$9.06
smoothanti-agingbrighteningredness relief
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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Jessie Engle
Combination Skin

Excuse my hand over half of my face. This is a picture of my face natural and then a picture with my makeup. I need tips and recommendations. I have big pores and redness. I want more of a full coverage look but I want it to look more smooth instead of so bumpy. Anyone have any recommendations on primers, foundations, or just anything that could take away the redness and make my pores look smaller?

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Carina Troshin
Combination Skin

Have you considered using azelaic acid? It’s really helpful in reducing redness, acne, and dark spots/hyperpigmentation. A great product is from Paulas Choice. Also, Niacinimide is also really helpful with pores and redness (the ordinary niacinimide and zinc serum is good)

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Jessie Engle
Combination Skin

@Carina Troshin I’ve never honestly heard of it! I just started back working, so imma buy a few things to test out! Thank you so much!! 😊

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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.

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Jocelyne Villarreal
Combination Skin

What’s a good product that has AHA? For dry and dehydrated skin but for clogged pores

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Jessica Helms
Dry Skin

I’ve been using this for 2-3 months and it’s really made a difference in my skin. My dry patches are gone, I feel like my moisturizer is more effective right after using, it’s slowly helping with some of my texture issues and it hasn’t caused any breakouts.

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Ashley Walter
Combination Skin

@Jessica Helms You have to be very careful with this product. I’ve used it for ages and it’s amazing but it’s not for sensitive skin. Just do a test patch before putting it all over, only use this once a week and use sunscreen after. The AHA and the BHA is great for both oily and dry skin. It’ll help improve the texture of your skin significantly, plus it’s not super expensive.