Philosophy Exfoliating Cleanser is ideal for dry, textured skin

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You do your skincare routine in the mirror every day, but have you ever taken a moment to really study your skin? Sometimes we find out about our skin type and skin issues and then never think to reassess them over time. We spend years looking for the same types of products and ingredients, but in the meantime our skin has evolved to need something totally different.

We recently took a closer look at our skin and realized that we really needed to start focusing on smoothing and brightening products. We already knew we needed something to help soften our dry winter skin, but now we realize it doesn’t stop there. We need a product that can do it all!

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Get the Microdelivery Philosophy Exfoliating Facial Wash (originally from $29) now from just $19 on Amazon! Please note that prices are accurate at the date of publication, February 8, 2022, but are subject to change.

This exfoliating cleanser is just the kind of product we need on our skincare shelf. It’s a Premium Beauty pick on Amazon, so we were concerned it might be a bit pricey, but we actually found it on sale! It comes in two sizes, both on sale, and now you can save up to $10 per bottle.

This is a gentle face scrub that claims to deeply cleanse the skin while polishing it, removing impurities and dead skin cells for baby-soft skin. It even contains vitamin C to help leave skin feeling luminous and glowing while protecting against environmental stressors. Regular use of this face wash could help resurface the skin, removing any flaking, flaking and roughness and giving it a toned and clear look. We never even imagined that our skin could look so beautiful again!

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Get the Microdelivery Philosophy Exfoliating Facial Wash (originally from $29) now from just $19 on Amazon! Please note that prices are accurate at the date of publication, February 8, 2022, but are subject to change.

This cleanser is designed to be gentle enough for everyday use. Simply massage onto damp skin for at least 30 seconds, then rinse, then apply serums, treatments and/or moisturizers. We know everyone says not to touch your face too much, but be sure to feel how soft it feels while your fingers are still clean!

Whether you’re dealing with dry, textured skin or just want an extra refresher once or twice a week, we highly recommend grabbing this face wash while it’s on sale. We don’t know how long the deal will last – or how long before the bottles sell out!

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Get the Microdelivery Philosophy Exfoliating Facial Wash (originally from $29) now from just $19 on Amazon! Please note that prices are accurate at the date of publication, February 8, 2022, but are subject to change.

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