Replying to @sbphair1 de-influencing you out of a 400 step skin care routine. I used to use all the expensive skincare products, and I was constantly breaking out. I thought I needed a 400 step routine, when the reality was a lot of those products actually just made my skin worse. Like the EOS lip chap that actually has DRYING INGREDIENTS in it to make your lips more chapped so you use it more. So there's a principal I teach called WPM, or why pay more. Essentially if you can get the same benefit for less, why pay more? Learning this really helped me stop buying expensive things just because I thought they were better, and figured out ways to get the same benefit for less so I could have more money for other things I loved. Instead what I use now is African Black Soap - this bar lasts me like a year and it was only about $20, its all natural and I've never had better skin. I wash once a day with it, be careful when you first start using it because it can be drying, I started with maybe 3x a week. Then I use this Neutrogena oil free cream, and Vaseline on my lips after. I went from spending hundreds a year, to a fraction of that.
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