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Mary Kay oil free eye Makeup remover

Mary Kay Oil Free Makeup Remover

Mary Kay Oil Free Makeup Remover

My wife has been using this product for a few weeks now and she is very happy with the product. I do notice the improvement in her skin on the face. Here's her review of the product:

I've been using Olay ProX anti-aging lotion/serum for the last two years. The first time I tried it was when we got from Vine and I got hooked on it until Rexaline came along! I have been using Rexaline for the last 2 weeks morning and night (before bedtime) including under eyes. I use just a little for every application and I apply Neutrogena lotion (SPF30) on top of it for morning application. The cream has a very light rose fragrance that I like. I do see a marked difference in the way my skin looks. It does look younger and refreshed. Since it's more expensive than Olay ProX, I might just wait few more years to consistently buy and use Rexaline. Overall I am very happy with the product.

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  • Janie Vincent says:

    I want a makeup remover that will remove waterproof mascara and deep clean my face without drying it out. What's your favorite and why? Thanks!

  • Hazel Watts says:

    My 3 yr old mostly white cat had a mishap with my printer while I was at work. It had been leaking ink so I put news paper all around it, not thinking that she LOVES news paper. Now I have an almost completly black kitty. What are som non-toxic ways to wash this out? Please help!!

  • Darla Golden says:

    I have been looking for a good makeup remover. I have tried using neutrogena and loreal, and neither of those have worked for me so far. I want a remover that will completely remove my makeup and not leave little black smudges and traces behind, and also I want one without oil (so preferrably a nice cleansing one) does anyone know of a good one?

  • Kyle Barlow says:

    I looked up recently and I don't want to use makeup removers or anything. I was wondering if I should use olive oil or baby oil to get the black residue that's left under my eye after taking it off with soap? Some articles said olive oil is the best option and baby oil is not healthy and can cause problems so what do you girls recommend.... Olive Oil or Baby Oil? Thanksssss:)

  • Ramon Castaneda says:

    I have mary kay oil free makeup remover, but how do you use it to remove mascara? and what are some other ways to take off mascara?

  • Barbra Foreman says:

    I need to know because I was putting on my makeup, and I by accident dropped the brush by the little shelf hanging under the mirror and an antique doll with a white dress was there and I got a spot of mascara on the dress!! Please help me!

  • Wesley Young says:

    I've read/heard several times now that you need to get rid of eye makeup (liner, shadow, etc.) every six months. Since some of it is so expensive, I can't help wondering if this is a scheme to get us to buy more. So, how often do you need to buy new stuff if you don't run out of it?

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