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A: Philosophy First Snow Gift Set is a beautiful set inspired by the cool, crisp scent of snow. With an exfoliating shower gel, body shimmer lotion and lip shine, all wrapped up in a glittery gift box, this set incorporates everything she’ll need for radiant skin and makes a special present.
A: Anthony Logistics Essentials Starter Kit provides all the basic products to get him started on skincare, including cleanser, shaving cream, facial moisturizer, lip balm, body cleansing gel, hand and body lotion, a product-info card and a storage container. If you’d like to go for a smaller set of products, Jack Black The Core Collection includes facial cleanser, shaving cream and face moisturizer with SPF 20.
A: The best thing you can give your mom — and she’ll surely agree — is your time. And you can still treat her to a luxurious day. Make a date for a spa day with homemade facials and pedicures. For ideas, check out How to Create Your Own Face Mask and Happy, Healthy Feet: 3 Steps to Pamper Your Soles At Home .
A: To maximize product efficacy, choose a cleanser that dissolves surface debris. Alpha hydroxy acids, such as glycolic acid, work to slough off dead skin cells, helping other active ingredients penetrate into the pores more effectively.
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