My Basic Skin Care Routine
Launched in 1968, Clinique premiered as the world’s first allergy tested, dermatologist-driven beauty brand at Saks Fifth Avenue in the New York. I I am currently on a basic Clinique skin care routine which works perfectly well on my combination skin (semi-oily T-zone and dry cheeks with the occasional breakouts on the forehead and chin). The brand is one of my favorites for its noticable clarifying effects without spending a big budget. 🌟Step 1: Take The Day Off Makeup Remover – 4.2oz / 6.7oz This make-up remover dissolves and removes my long-wearing makeup, even those layers of touch-ups added throughout the day. The liquid does not sting my face and feels gentle on my dry cheeks. To use: shake the bottle before using, then soaking a cotton ball or pad with remover. Cleanse one eye area at a time by applying to eye area and holding it for several seconds, then wipe with downward strokes. Repeat using fresh cotton ball if necessary. The remover can even tackle my long lasting lipstick (check my lipstick review) and waterproof mascara without drying my lips and eyes. Score! 🌟Step 2: Liquid Facial Soap Mild – 13.5oz I believe in a powerful yet gentle cleanser as a clean face is everything to having great and plump skin. Clinique liquid facial soap is a considered a cult product. It cleanses any remaining residue on my face without stripping my face dry. On days that I skip make-up products, just the facial soap does it for me. The pump dispenses also helps me obtain just the right amount to clean. To use: lather facial soap between palms and massage over face and throat. Rinse clean and pat the skin dry. I use this twice a day as it does not cause my skin to feel too tight. 🌟Step 3: Clarifying Lotion 2 – 6.7oz / 13.5oz / 16.5oz Already a must-have in my bathroom, Lotion 2 helps me to wipe away any dead skin and make-up residue for a tighter smoother skin. After using this for years, I am always assured that my face is indeed super clean, and it also helps to reduce the size of my pores. The lotion also helps the skin to better absorb the next step – moisturizer! Unlike other toners, Lotion 2 is not too drying for me and although it stings my face a little, I feel that it works best for my combination skin. To use: soak a cotton ball or pad, sweep over cleansed face and throat twice daily. 🌟Step 4: Dramatically Different Moisturizing Gel – 1.7oz / 4.2oz / 6.7oz Like Lotion 2, this moisturizer is one of my all-time favorites and although I do switch between different brands, I find myself going back to this one if I just need a a suitable moisturizer for my skin. This formula is best for oily combination or oily skin types, hence it is perfect for me to use all over the face and neck during warmer months or coupled with a strong serum in winter. I can spread the oil-free lightweight lotion across my face easily without it feeling too greasy (even on my T-zone) and my skin absorbs it really quickly too. Its natural ingredients keep my skin moisturized without feeling oily for the whole day or night.
Combination skin face creams
Combination skin moisturizers
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Combination skin cleanser
Apr. 16, 2020
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Inspired by Caroline Hirons
Happy New Year! In December I read Caroline Hiron’s book “Skincare a No NonSense Guide”. See earlier post for a review (I definitely recommend the read!). In her book she lays out the basics for creating a skincare routine. I am 35 with dry, normal skin. My concerns are preventing fine lines & wrinkles, dullness, dark circles, and hyperpigmentation. Here’s her basics for an AM Routine: 1. Cleanse A recent trend has been that you don’t need to wash your face in the morning. Instead you should look for a gentle cleanser. She also suggests staying away from foaming cleanser (these contain Sulfates) CLINIQUE - CLINIQUE Liquid Facial Soap I bought this Jumbo Clinique Facial Soap on sale in the summer and I’m still slowly working through it. It is gentle. However, after starting my clean skincare journey I found it has sulfates (second ingredient), TEA, and PEGs. I will swap for a “clean” soap when I finish it. (See my clean skincare posts for more info) 2. Exfoliate Caroline recommends using toners to exfoliate. Buy two acids a gentler and a stronger and rotate them. I’ve learned I like serums better for exfoliating, but I have started rotating two Pixi toners (see post for longer review) pixi - Glow Tonic pixi - Milky Tonic 3. Spray Mist She suggests to look for a mist with glyercin or hyalonic acid or rose water. Or use a hydrating toner I’ve been using The Ordinary - Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 for this step. A very affordable hyaluronic acid that won an Allure Beauty Award. Do you use a facial mist? What do you recommend? 4. Eye cream Many people say eye cream should be after serums & moisturizer, but says it should be first to act as a barrier for the eye area. The Ordinary - Caffeine Solution 5% + EGCG See my previous post for full review. I’ve been using this to target my dark circles, but haven’t noticed much difference. 5. Serums / oils This step is where you should target your concerns (i.e., hyperpigmentation). I love Vitamin C serum for the AM. VERSED - STROKE OF BRILLIANCE Brightening Serum This is a great drugstore Vitamin C serum. I’ve noticed my skin is brighter and more radiant! See earlier post for more info. 6. Moisturize CLINIQUE - Moisture Surge Hydrating Lotion I got this as a reward from Clinique and really like it for a daytime moisturizer. If you are a fan of their Moisture Surge line you will like this. It leaves my skin feeling very hydrated. With this concentrate you use less and it absorbs easily quicker. But from a “clean” beauty perspective it contains dyes. 7. SPF And finally always SPF. ICLINIQUE - Moisture Surge Sheertint Hydrator Broad Spectrum SPF 25 This is a great BB cream with SPF, light coverage, and moisturizing This routine leaves me feeling great even without putting on anymore make-up
Day 4 of Beauty - Clinique Facial Soap 🧼
Today in my Macy’s 25 Days of Beauty Advent Calendar I was pleased to find a mini size of Clinique’s Liquid Facial Soap for Oily Skin. I’ve used this in the past and found it really great for my combination skin. It’s refreshing. It feels great and light on my skin without drying it out. These days I use a double cleanse, but this will be perfect for traveling! CLINIQUE - CLINIQUE Liquid Facial Soap
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How do you exfoliate? Serum or Toner?
Sometimes I feel like the more I learn about skincare, the more confused I get 🤷🏻♀️ I just finished reading Caroline Hirons new book “Skincare: the ultimate no nonsense guide”. I definitely recommend it. I’ll post soon some of my biggest take aways. But, the major thing it left me confused about is exfoliating and acids Caroline Hirons, the Queen of skincare, recommends acid toning twice a day. You should have 2-3 acid toners in your skincare line-up and rotate them, a stronger one followed by gentler, different kinds of acids. I was hoping her treatment section she would touch on acids and how she uses both, but she didn’t talk about acids as serums. Before my skincare journey I was using CLINIQUE - Clarifying Lotion 2 For Dry Combination Skin I had no complaints. It was gentle. I wouldn’t really call it exfoliating. But, after reading the ingredients and seeing alcohol at the top and dyes, I’ve decided to ditch it. I was also using CLINIQUE - CLINIQUE Exfoliating Scrub Again, no complaints. A gentle 7-day scrub. But, I learned that chemical exfoliation is better than physical, so I decided to stop using this everyday. I learned that adding AHA & BHA into your routine is important in your 30s. I tried SUNDAY RILEY - Good Genes All in One Lactic Acid Treatment And wow 🤩 it claims that you can notice smoother & brighter skin in 3mins. MINUTES! Not months or weeks. And it is true! I love this serum. I was using 1-2 times a week. Adding acids slowly to my routine. I never experienced any irritation. I also purchased The Ordinary - Lactic Acid 10% + HAto see how it compared to the Sunday Riley Good Genes, since it’s less than 10% the price. I’ll give a review after I’ve been using it at least a month. I’ve also tried Kate Somerville - Liquid ExfoliKate Triple Acid Resurfacing Treatment This is a strong acid toner. More similar to the products that Caroline Hirons recommends. I don’t love it as much as the Sunday Riley. It smells strong. And I find it more irritating. I’ve used it every other day and that seems like too much. I do find it stings. Here’s my questions: How do you exfoliate? Serums? Or toners? Or both? To make matters more confusing, what about night creams with AHAs??? How often? I’ve read no more than twice a week. But products recommend daily. And Caroline Hirons is recommending twice a day (although alternating between gentle & strong). I think like the serums more than a strong toner. I will try a new gentler toner for twice daily use. And continue using a serum twice weekly in the evenings. I’d love to hear how you incorporate acids into your routine! Thanks 😊
Critique a skincare newbie’s routine
Skins problems: I tend to get mild Rosacea on my lower cheeks and develop tons of blockheads in the creases of my nose, chin and between eyebrows. Other than that I have combination skin with an oily t-zone and normal to dry everywhere else. Where I’m at... So I kinda feel down the rabbit hole into skincare the other month and have tried using a morning routine as follows: ￼GARNIER - Micellar Water Facial Cleanser Sensitive Skin The Ordinary - Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% (Made my skin so smooth really quickly, love this one) CLINIQUE - Dramatically Different Oil-Free Gel Neutrogena - Sheer Zinc Face Lotion SPF 50 (leaves a really bad white tint which I can’t seem to get rid of) ￼ And a nighttime routine as follows: ￼CLINIQUE - CLINIQUE Liquid Facial Soap (leaves my skin a bit tight-feeling) ￼PAULA'S CHOICE - Skin Perfecting 2% BHA Liquid Exfoliator (I think it’s working I just can’t really tell) ￼CLINIQUE - Clarifying Lotion 2 For Dry Combination Skin (a bit drying but I don’t want to waste the product) The Ordinary - Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% (Made my skin so smooth really quickly, love this one) ￼ CLINIQUE - Dramatically Different Oil-Free Gel Outcomes so far: My skin is overall more hydrated and smoother but I still find black dots in my problem areas. Plea for help I have seen improvements but I feel like I don’t quite know what I’m doing and could use some external input. Plz feel free to add any (and I mean any) tips or critique. Thank youuuuuuu
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Helppp. Need advice
Helpppp. I’ve been trying to switch to more eco friendly and less chemical/carcinogen based skincare. My face is breaking out so badly from masks and just generally being alive 😂😂😂. My face was clearest when I was using: Cerave sensitive cleanser or Clinique face wash Clinique toner 2.0 Philosophy essence Clinique hydrating gel (yellow lotion) No7 serum Clinique moisture surge moisturizer Clinique or no7 eye cream (alternated day and night) Clinique isn’t the most eco friendly so I’ve been trying to get away from that. I can’t do cureology because they don’t ship to my state. 🤦🏼♀️🤦🏼♀️. Currently I’m using Clinique pep start cleanser or Alba botanicals rose cleanser Good molecules niacinamide toner or aha/bha toner Same essence Clinique hydrating/clearing jelly with the surface focusing cartridge Good molecules niacinamide and aha serums No7 or Clinique eye creams Clinique Moisture surge Something has got to give. I hate to go back to that old routine but I guess I can. Just figured someone would have some advice. Not wanting to break the bank. CLINIQUE - Dramatically Different Hydrating Clearing Jelly CLINIQUE - Dramatically Different Moisturizing Gel CLINIQUE - Endless Glow Moisture Surge Set philosophy - Purity Made Simple Hydra-Essence with Coconut Water N°7 - Lift & Luminate Triple Action Eye Cream
Clinique Acne Products That Are Worth Buying!
Part 3 of my skincare routine posts! This one is all about the Clinique products I use. I’m fully convinced these products have stopped/limited any acne. ✨CLINIQUE - Acne Solutions Clarifying Lotion - I use this in both my morning and night routine after cleansing (check out previous post for my cleansers). It’s so nice and doesn’t irritate my skin at all! I believe this is in combo with my other products is helping lighten acne scars too. All I do is shake the bottle to mix the product, then apply to a cotton ball or pad and wipe on the face. I focus this more on areas where my acne usually pops up. Side note: I recently bought reusable cotton pads and this works great with them! ✨CLINIQUE - Acne Solutions Clinical Clearing Gel - I also use this product for both day and night routines. I apply it after the clarifying lotion and usually let it sit for a few minutes before doing my next steps. I LOVE this stuff. It can be thinly applied on the whole face or just target certain areas (which is what I do). A little goes a long way so I only need 1-2 drops of this. The formula is strong and works great without bothering my skin or making it incredibly dry. It’s a bit pricey for the size, but trust me it’s worth it (and it lasts longer than you think!). For me personally, I found this works better than any benzoyl peroxide product. ✨CLINIQUE - Dramatically Different Moisturizing Gel - My skin is combo but it’s highly dependent on the season too. Winter I’m more dry, summer I’m more oily. This moisturizer is definitely a fav, perfect for summer! It soaks in and doesn’t sit on the face, so I’m not left with any oily residue. I use this only in the morning as I prefer a thicker, richer cream for night. Right now it’s winter here so I do have to use my old favorite Neutrogena - Neutrogena Hydroboost Water Gel Moisturizer for certain super dry areas on my face (nose and sides of mouth), then I go over my whole face with the Clinique gel. **I highly recommend looking into their complete moisturizer line, they have so many ways to customize for your skin type.** Overall I recommend all these Clinique products! It’s a great brand that can cater to so many skin types.
✨ Battle of the Eye Makeup Removers ✨
I typically wear makeup everyday and remove it with a cleansing balm, but got both of these free as gift with purchases so decided to give them a try! I thought I’d compare to see if they’re worth it to splurge or save. . CLINIQUE - Take The Day Off Makeup Remover For Lids, Lashes & Lips Key Ingredients: Fragrance-free . Scent: None . Consistency/Texture: Oily Liquid . Price: $9.50 for 1.7 fl oz OR $19.50 for 4.2 fl oz . Experience: It takes off the majority of my eye makeup, except for the ones that I typically have a difficult time removing. It does take a little bit more product and effort to fully remove eyeliner and mascara, but it works better doing this as a first step to remove my eye makeup and then using my cleansing balm to remove the oily residue and other eye makeup it couldn’t get off. It leaves behind an oily residue, but it easily washes away when you use your second cleanse. It doesn’t sting too badly when I get it in my eyes or cause a film on my eyes. . Repurchase/Recommend: I would if it was on sale, but I’d run through this too fast to justify purchasing the full size. They also aren’t cruelty free, which is something I support. . NYX - Eye & Lip Makeup Remover Key Ingredients: Infused with orange, papaya, rice, and soy extracts . Scent: None . Consistency/Texture: Oily Liquid . Price: $8 for 2.8 fl oz . Experience: This is the easiest eye makeup remover I’ve ever used. It easily lifts away eyeshadow, eyeliner, and mascara. I do have somewhat of an issue with some mascaras that are hard to remove in the first place (that I need to cleanse again with soap whenever I use a cleansing balm by itself). I love using this before my cleansing balm to effortlessly remove mascara so I don’t get the typical hassle of trying to rub the cleansing balm into my eyes. This doesn’t sting my eyes whenever some accidentally gets in. I put this on my reusable cotton pads and let it sit on my eyelid/lashes for 30ish seconds to a minute to loosen the products and then gently swipe away. It does take a good amount of product, but I don’t mind since it’s so budget-friendly. . Repurchase/Recommend: Yes, it’s so cheap and NYX has sales or gift with purchases often. The brand is also cruelty free! It’s the best eye makeup remover I’ve tried. I will definitely purchase! . Overall: I definitely see myself purchasing the NYX remover again because it works the same, if not better, than the Clinique one!
Clinique Take the Day Off
*Please excuse the 🦩 through the photos, especially in the last photo 😅* This is a product for removing makeup, in which I really love to use ￼The one in the bottle is obviously a liquid remover, but to ‘activate’ it, just shake it and place it on a cotton ball and you are good to go :) ￼For the smaller jar, just take a little in your fingertips and apply as if you are washing your face with a cleanser and just rinse it off afterwards If needed, I am always here to answer questions 💕
Face wash for oily skin
Hi guys! Wanna talk about the caudalie purifying gel cleanser! This is an amazing cleanser for oily and acne prone skin. It has salicylic acid in it which is a BHA. This will help to work below your pores and break apart the glue for all the funk below your outer layer! This has a gel consistency which I also prefer for oily skin as well! I personally find this to be more fitting for those with oily/acne prone skin than sensitive and dry skin due to the ingredients. I decided to try this a while back and I am so happy I did! I have been using it probably for 3 months now and it has been super awesome when my skin is going through the worst. This goes for $28.00 which I find reasonable! My experience: like stated before this has a gel consistency, so once you start to lather it does get more foamy. I don’t feel super stripped after application but it definitely is a bit more drying than some cleansers. I cannot deny that there is a softness to my skin afterwards though. I love using this when I am having big break outs or super oily skin! This will definitely clear away any mild dirt on your face but I would definitely recommend a double cleanser with a cleansing oil before applying! Overall: I cannot say that this has incredibly improved my skin, but it definitely helps keep my active break outs down. I have never seen an increase worsening in my skin while using, but I also have seen my acne be tamed from this! I would recommend this to people who deal with acne and oily skin. I would probably not recommend this for those who have sensitive skin or dry skin. I think this will help those with break outs and combating problematic skin, but those who have normal/dry skin probably not best and could be a tad bit drying. I do love caudalie and all they have to offer and I’m super glad to have run in with this cleanser! CAUDALIE - Vinopure Natural Oil Control Moisturizer
CAUDALIE-Vinopure Natural Oil Control Moisturizer
Oily / Acne-Prone Skin Deep Cleanse Routine
Every once in a while, it is important to do a deep cleanse for your skin to prevent sebum and dead skin build up that will lead to break outs and enlarged pores. It is like doing house cleaning, which is necessary for everyone regardless of your skin type. However, since my face produces a lot of oil, I tend to break out more, and I have developed a deep cleanse routine that really helped with alleviating my acne problems. Step 1 – Cleanse Product: Neutrogena (Deep Clean Facial Cleanser Normal to Oily Skin) Firstly, I need to get rid of all the dirt and impurities on the surface of my face to get into cleaning the deeper layers of my skin. I use this cleanser because it has a strong cleaning power that removes the oiliness of my face without stripping off the hydration. It is in a gel texture that lathers into foam. Step 2 – Exfoliate Product: Dermalogica (Daily Microfoliant) This step is to get rid of all the dead skin cells being built up on the face that are the main causes of rough skin, dullness and acnes. The product has become one of my favourite products because my skin feels much brighter and smoother every time after I have used it. It is in a white powder form and turns into foam when it touches water. Because it is meant to be a daily exfoliate, it is very gentle on the face, however, I would not recommend exfoliating every day because it will destroy your skin’s barrier, and I have noticed that my skin becomes more fragile and red if I use it too often. Step 3 – Detox Product: Estée Lauder (NightWear Plus 3 Minute Detox Mask) I always like to follow up with a clay mask that draws out impurities from deep under the skin and helps control the oiliness of my face. This visibly reduces black heads of my skin if I keep up with this routine regularly. This product smells like fresh cucumber, which I enjoy, and has a very cooling sensation on the face. What I like the most about this product compared to other clay masks is that it dries very quickly because it is so thin. It leaves me with a clearer and smoother skin just after 3 minutes, which is great for lazy people like me. Step 4 – Sooth & Hydrate Product: Avene (Eau Thermale Spring Water) I use this mist to add another layer of moisture before I lock everything in with a moisturiser and to sooth my skin after exfoliation. The mist spreads very evenly, covering every part of my face, and feels very refreshing and cooling. Step 5 – Moisturiser Product: La Roche Posay (Toleriane Sensitive Crème) Lastly, I will rehydrate myself with a thicker cream than I normally use that has soothing properties to comfort my skin after going through the hash cleansing steps before. My skin feels very hydrated, smooth and plump after I use this cream. Also, it is not too heavy on the skin, and has no scent.
dermalogica-Daily Microfoliant Exfoliator
Thayers witch hazel toner! Dry skins paradise
THAYERS - Rose Petal Facial Mist This is the best toner I have tried yet!! It claims to balance PH of skin and tone the skin and reduce brown spots. It’s main concern is to tone and balance skin while keeping acne at bay. My skin is usually all over the place and it continues to do exactly what it claims. When my skin is dry it almost acts like a moisturizing toner. It’s absolutely amazing! The texture is liquid and feels like any toner. Feels like apple cider vinegar on your skin, which is an amazing feeling. A little bit goes a long way with this toner so just put a little bit on a cotton pad and gently rub it all over your face. I use this in the morning and have noticed it truly helps my skins texture, pigment, and dryness. I love that it’s made to ph balance your skin, meaning it’s good for dry skin, oily skin, or even combo skin. I have used a lot of toners and they tend to dry my skin out and seem to really do nothing for me. This toner though tames my breakouts and helps with everything else too. You do have to use this regularly though for this to work. Make sure to use everyday in the morning or at night after cleansing and trust me you will see a major difference. This product contains witch hazel which I love!! That’s a natural anti-inflammatory and anti-viral product. It helps cure acne and skin irritation. I love products that use natural ingredients to fight my acne and skin issues. It’s nice to know what I’m putting on my face. Overall would definitely recommend this to anyone dealing with breakouts, skin damage, or irritations. Absolutely love this!!
THAYERS-Rose Petal Facial Mist
If You Have Oily Skin, You Can't Miss Out This Perfect Combo✔✔
This is definitely the best skincare combo, especially suitable for oily skin. I recommend it to all of you. Give it a try and you won't be disappointed! Kiehl's - Calendula Herbal Extract Alcohol Free Toner This is already my second bottle. It's gentle, cooling, and not at all sticky. It also helps to ease acne, so it's especially suitable for oily, acne-prone skin. I've tried using Origin's Mega-Mushroom Relief & Resilience Soothing Treatment Lotion before, but it felt sticky and uncomfortable on my skin so I never repurchased it. Kiehl's Calendula Herbal-Extract Toner is completely alcohol-free. It cleanses, soothes, and improves problem areas. Using it as a toner mask helps maintain your skin's oil and water balance, promoting the healing of acne wounds. FIRST AID BEAUTY - Ultra Repair Cream Intense Hydration It's very suitable for sensitive, acne-prone skin. Its main ingredients are mostly natural extracts: ceramide, shea butter, oat extracts, etc. It's incredibly moisturizing, offers a fantastic ability to repair skin, soothes skin flushing, and reduces acne inflammation. I usually emulsify it between my palms first before pressing it onto my skin. It's absorbed quickly and doesn't cause acne breakouts. It's known as La Mer's drugstore alternative. What's your fav skincare combo?😉😉
Kiehl's-Calendula Herbal Extract Alcohol Free Toner
The alexsteinherr collection at Primark is everything! The Pore Balance Low pH Sulphate Free Cleanser is gorgeous, with ingredients like salicylic acid and raspberry leaf extract it has been a huge factor in calming my skin. It claims to help control shine and refine pores leaving skin clean and comfortable and it does exactly that. My skin is getting its glow back and my confidence boosted. The Pollution Solution Oil Free Gel Hydrator is absolutely amazing also. The antioxidant digital defender, anti-pollution complex with Acai berry and peach flower helps shield skin from daily environmental aggressors, it really does! I was a bit sceptical at first as I've tried gel hydrators before and my skin hated it, this was completely different. My skin absorbs this product instantly, it's lightweight but so effective at leaving your face feeling hydrated. It feels protected without leaving a nasty film across your skin. I haven't had a breakout for two whole weeks since switching my routine and incorporating these beautiful, affordable little gems. I'll be heading back to Primark to stock up and try more of the collection. alexsteinherr thank you so much for producing this brilliant skincare line 👏.
Aveeno Positively Radiant Brightening Facial
This Aveeno - Positively Radiant Brightening Facial Cleanser is one of those “mom knows best” products because mama bear was right about this item! It’s a facial cleanser with soy extract that lifts away dirt, oil, and makeup that leads to brighter skin. It’s a super gentle cleanser that along with clearing the face also improves skin tone and texture, reduces dullness, and leaves skin feeling soft like a baby! It’s perfect to be used on all skin types, for example I have combo and my mom has oily and it works well on the both of us! This cleanser is oil free, soap free, and hypoallergenic! This cleanser is meant to truly enhance the natural skin radiance without stripping it from all the necessary oils. I don’t know too many cleansers that do more than just that: clean. But this one improves your skin tone and texture, brightens, and cleans. When you pump this cleanser into your hands it comes out as a semi thick green/gold iridescent color with a faint lovely scent. It’s fun to use as it’s so pretty! This is my third bottle of this Aveeno product and first tried it a few years ago! At the time I could not afford expensive cleansers and tried this one since it’s only $10.99 for 6.7oz. I like this cleanser because it works just as well as luxurious cleansers and I feel like my skin looks great after i use it during my evening skincare routine. Thus far it has NOT made me break out or given me any rashes. I truly recommend this item if you’re looking to try drug store skincare items. For the price, ease of use and purchase, and effectiveness I 100% recommend this cleanser.
Aveeno-Positively Radiant Brightening Facial Cleanser
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