Is makeup remover bad for your skin?

BorshaBowmik

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Most people use some kind of exfoliating product in their skincare routine, so for most people this is just a little bit too much for your skin to handle. Makeup wipes can cause micro-tears in your skin that can advance the aging process (this is also why skin pros don't want you to use harsh facial scrubs like St.)
 

lizza_johnson_10

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Most people use some kind of exfoliating product in their skincare routine, so for most people this is just a little bit too much for your skin to handle. Makeup wipes can cause micro-tears in your skin that can advance the aging process (this is also why skin pros don't want you to use harsh facial scrubs like St.)
I have sensitive skin so my makeup artist recommended me make up removers that contain aloevera. You can use aloevera based products, as Aloe vera has a property of entering the skin cells and cleaning them , so as a natural remedy it'll not harm but glow your skin.
 
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