A: Although baby oil may work just fine to remove makeup on certain skin types, it's known to clog pores, which can lead to acne or prevent the penetration of active ingredients in your other skincare products. Those with sensitive or acne-prone skin should avoid using baby oil to remove makeup.
A: Although many makeup removing cloths may cause irritation, skyn ICELAND Glacial Cleansing Cloths are uniquely designed to be gentle on sensitive and dry complexions. To be sure that they'll work for you, test them on a small patch of skin behind the ear before applying them to your entire face.
A: It's most important to evaluate your skin. Aging skin tends to be drier and more easily irritated - so it's a good idea to look for rich, creamy makeup removers that are free of irritating ingredients, including alcohol, preservatives and artificial fragrances.
A: Phthalates are softeners, found in many skin cleansers and cosmetics. Studies show that they interfere with hormones - and may impair child development when used during pregnancy. Although more research is needed to fully understand their safety, avoiding them may be a good idea. Since companies are not required to list phthalates among ingredients, look for "phthalate-free" printed on the label.
A: Foodies and non-foodies alike will love FarmHouse Fresh Watermelon-Basil Vodkatini Body Scrub, a farm-fresh, skin-boosting cocktail that transforms shower time into happy hour. Made with Square One brand organic vodka along with fresh basil, watermelon seed, sugar and rice bran oils, this delicious scrub exfoliates, nourishes and hydrates from head to toe.
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