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Skin Care Review: Mary Kay Timewise Moisturizer

by audrey


Moisturizes my very dry skin without making it greasy or oily.

Honestly, I can't think of a single drawback!

If you've never tried Mary Kay get your hands on some! Their Timewise set is anti-aging and approved for sensitive skin. For extremely sensitive skin they have the classic formula which makes your skin look and feel great! Give your skin 2 weeks to adjust to any new skin care products. It's also important to make sure all your skin care products are the same formula. Mixing and matching can actually cause chemical burning to your face! Mary Kay's products are genital, yet effective, plus you can get a product for every skin care need, no matter what skin type you have!

I highly recommend Mary Kay. Enjoy the wonderful results!

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