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One of the biggest beauty faux pas is falling asleep with your makeup on. I’m sure you know that removing all your makeup before bed is the first step to a clear, bright, beautiful complexion but if you think that it couldn’t hurt to skip a nightly cleanse every once in a while, think again. Sleeping in your makeup can do a number of things that can negatively affect your looks. It can clog your pores virtually guaranteeing breakouts, or give you enlarged pores, not a look anyone favors. Sleeping in your mascara can also cause your lashes to dry out, become brittle and break off. Mascara flakes and other makeup debris can also get in your eyes causing dangerous, unsightly and/or uncomfortabl
If you want firmer, younger looking skin and you’re not using glycolic acid as part of your skincare regimen, you might want to rethink that decision. Glycolic acid, a highly effective AHA (alpha hydroxy acid) can transform your skin by breaking down and exfoliating the old, dead, dull surface skin cells to reveal brighter, rosier, more luminous skin. This chemical exfoliant diminishes fine lines and wrinkles, hyper-pigmentation, age spots and scars while it boosts collagen production and radiance. It can even eradicate blackheads, improve acne and make pores appear less visible.
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Dermatologists perform glycolic acid peels because they can rejuvenate the s