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Savannah Stuart
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What are some good drugstore (target, Walmart, cvs, Walgreens, etc.) skin care products

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Julia G
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Neutrogena’s Hydro Boost Water Gel is available at target and I love it. It’s helped my acne and redness, a great moisturizer

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Rachel Miller
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@Julia G I second this!

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Savannah Stuart
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Does anyone know a bright and blinding drugstore highlighter? (Target, Walmart, cvs, etc.)

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Brianna Huber
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i like to use the wet n wild megaglo highlighting powder. it is buildable too if you want an extreme highlight! i use shade 319B blossom glow :)

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Savannah Stuart
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@Brianna Huber thank you I’ll check it out!

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Deborrah Bennett
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With so many people moving into serums and acids just a reminder: You should NOT mix these VITAMIN C + AHAS/BHAS : Combining retinol with Vitamin C is a recipe for peeling, redness and irritation, in short, a total disaster for the health of your skin RETINOIDS + AHAS/BHAS: damages skin moisture barrier and can cause irritation, redness, dry skin over time; use separately and sparingly RETINOIDS + VITAMIN C: may cause over exfoliation, resulting in increased skin and sun sensitivity; separate into day/night routines Benzoyl peroxide + vitamin C OIL-BASED + WATER-BASED. GLYCOLIC ACID + SALICYLIC ACID: too many acids can strip the skin and damage its ability to recover NIACINAMIDE + VITAMIN C: use in careful moderation. Some studies show that They stabilize each other some shoe that mixing vitamin c can result in a niacin flush (red irritation to the skin). -Retinols should mostly be used at night - Vitamin C should mostly be used at night -Wait 20 mins when layering multiple serums (if you find your skin can tolerate it in one setting) -Don’t forger your SPF 30 during the day -When introducing acids to your face “purging” is only normal to a certain extent

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Deborrah Bennett
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Literally the first page of google