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  1. MS
    Dec 02 - 6:14 pm

    How often should I wash my cosmetic brushes? Also, how long should I keep moisturizers and other cosmetics before buying new?

  2. Sharon C
    Dec 08 - 11:13 pm

    I agree with the anti-inflammatory lifestyle, especially diet, as a way to increase vitality and facial skin radiance.I’ve practiced it since 2005.But also, I have to work at keeping my hands off my face!Especially when at my computer keyboard–those hands automatically go to my chin and adjacent jaw line areas–the same areas that show congested pores, and rough and inflamed skin.

  3. Lisa
    Jan 21 - 12:30 pm

    So what are the ingredients we should stay away from when buying makeup? I do eat on your healthy diet, and I don’t drink coffee, alcohol, nor do I smoke. I sleep well and don’t intake sugar/starch regularly. But I would like to know what the acne inducing makeup ingredients are. Thank you.

    • tchan
      Jan 21 - 4:42 pm

      The key with any makeup is to wash it off every single night without exception. Everyone’s skin is different when it comes ingredients that will trigger a breakout. Generally, avoid overly perfumed and oil-based makeup formulations. Don’t be fooled by terms like “noncomedogenic” which is a designation that some makeup lines put on their products. It simply means that it products labeled as such will not clog pores, implying that it will not cause breakouts as a result. This term is completely untested and not designated or regulated by the FDA.

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