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Madi M. Lee
Dry Skin

has anyone ever used the makeup eraser towel thing?? how is it? i have dry skin and get eczema on my face sometimes and neutrogena remover wipes make my skin so red and even drier. looking for something new!

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Brandy Lopez
Combination Skin

You should try micellar water on a towel or cotton pads. I usually use these and my face handles it well

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Brandy Lopez
Combination Skin

@Madi M. Lee it really gets everything off in my opinion. I still do a little wash with oatmeal soap after using it just because I’m so used to washing my face at night. But if I don’t want to get up and wash it, I won’t break out in the morning like I would with a makeup wipe

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Madi M. Lee
Dry Skin

@Brandy Lopez i try not to wear makeup too often lately as i’ve been taking care of my skin more. does this get lot of the makeup off?? i wash my face every night!

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Desi D
Oily Skin

here’s me without makeup. any recommendations for acne and acne scars? #acne #acnescars #nomakeup

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Miriam Alexis
Sensitive Skin

Use witch hazel. My sister has pretty bad acne, but since she started using this, it has cleared up a lot. Some of her scarring is going away as well! Also, drink water mixed with apple cider vinegar. It doesn't taste great, but it gives your skin a healthy glow and cleans out a lot of toxins that could be affecting your break outs.

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Desi D
Oily Skin

@Miriam Alexis i’ll consider drinking water with apple cider vinegar! thank you! BUT, i’m scared to use witch hazel because i have sensitive skin and i might be allergic to it. I believe so because whenever I would go and get my eyebrows threaded, they would apply witch hazel at the end and I would get these red bumps all over my forehead and eyebrows (the area where they applied it) for not even days, but i’d say about 2 weeks. So i think i’m allergic to it ;( i just don’t get my eyebrows done anymore and i haven’t used it since then! it’s been like 2 years now.

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Annie Laza
Combination Skin

What is your makeup routine?

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Jessica
Combination Skin

1) Hydrating Primer 2) Under Eye Brightener•Color Corrector•Concealer 3) Liquid Foundation 4) Pressed Powder 5) Contour•Bronzer•Blush•Highlighter 6) Brow Filler 7) Eyeshadow•Eyeliner 8) Mascara 9) Lipliner 10) Lipstick•Gloss 11) Setting Spray Most of the time I just do Steps 2,4,5,6,8,&10