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DERMA E Microdermabrasion Dead Sea Salt Scrub, 2oz
GENTLY EXFOLIATOR: This exfoliating face scrub combines Dead Sea Salt and a fine-textured crystal blend that buffs away dullness and smoothes the look of fine lines, wrinkles, roughness and acne scars.EXCLUSIVE CRYSTAL BLEND: This dry skin face wash includes Dead Sea Salt and Volcanic Sand (rich in Silica) to buff away dull surface cellsENRICHED WITH NATURAL ASTRINGENTS: Lime and Lemon Peel plus antioxidants Grapeseed and Vitamin E to retexturize skinYOUTHFUL SMOOTH SKIN: The fine-textured crystal blend that buffs away dullness and smoothes the look of fine lines, wrinkles, roughness and acne scars. The end result is a healthier, more youthful radiance.ALL NATURAL: 100% vegan, cruelty-free, paraben-free, sulfate-free, mineral oil-free, lanolin-free, gluten free, GMO-free.
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u/wildeflowers ยท 2 pointsr/30PlusSkinCare

ACK, not the St. Ives. Those walnut shells are variably shaped and can really scratch the skin. St. Ives is generally hated. If she uses an acid exfoliants, she should not use a physical exfoliant anyway. This is the one I was talking about., but again, you should choose one or the other, NOT both. I'd go with a chemical exfoliant, like the lactic acids below, because they can't leave microabrasians.

I'd recommend the Ordinary one if you are looking for a budget option, rather than a random, no name brand. If you want a more luxurious options Sunday Riley Good Genes is a good option. You can probably get the ordinary in Canada for less directly from them, not amazon.

Yes, the hydro boost is great. If her skin isn't super dry, it should work well for her.

Again, I'd go with a more known brand than a private label unknown for a night cream. She can use the hydro boost at night too, but if she needs more moisture (I do, personally), you might need something a little heavier. It's hard for me to recommend a night cream without knowing your budget or her skin type.