What NOT to Use On Your Face by Leah Bloschichak - Musely
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What NOT to Use On Your Face

posted in Skin & Body
01/13/2016
  • One of the new "at home remedies" craze- I can tell you from first hand experience this stuff is like bleach. The acid is too much for your face to handle and it does not do anything for pimples or scars! The best thing you'll get it a red, dry, itchy face.
    One of the new "at home remedies" craze- I can tell you from first hand experience this stuff is like bleach. The acid is too much for your face to handle and it does not do anything for pimples or scars! The best thing you'll get it a red, dry, itchy face.
  • Once again from first hand experience- toothpaste! A personal hell from my experience toothpaste burns...and you don't even get any results! Save yourself the pain (and possible burns...no I'm serious) and skip the toothpaste!
    Once again from first hand experience- toothpaste! A personal hell from my experience toothpaste burns...and you don't even get any results! Save yourself the pain (and possible burns...no I'm serious) and skip the toothpaste!
  • Expired makeup- now you're just asking for it. Especially in the case of foundation expired makeup is expired for a reason. It's no friend to your face anymore. Get rid of it all ASAP!
    Expired makeup- now you're just asking for it. Especially in the case of foundation expired makeup is expired for a reason. It's no friend to your face anymore. Get rid of it all ASAP!
  • Ahhhh good old baking soda...more like not so much. While this stuff is good for, well baking, it's not good for your face! It creates a dry red mess, not to mention leaves your skin feeling like sandpaper.
    Ahhhh good old baking soda...more like not so much. While this stuff is good for, well baking, it's not good for your face! It creates a dry red mess, not to mention leaves your skin feeling like sandpaper.

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