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GlobalDebrisRemoverMissRo here and before you jump to conclusions about the naked part, I’m not talking about taking off your clothes, I’m talking about taking off your makeup.

I don’t know about you, but I have tried my fair share of makeup removers. I have tried everything from clear liquid consistencies, to gels, to pads. I have tried brands such as Almay, Neutrogena, and Lancome. Probably the best one I’ve tried is Neutrogena’s Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes. They were the only ones that took off all my makeup, my eyes didn’t sting, and it didn’t leave any oily residue. I have had such a positive experience with Dr. Dima’s line, so I was excited to try the Global Debris Remover Get Cosmically Naked.

The first thing I want to say is how great her packaging is. Everything that is for your face from her skincare line (except for treatment products) comes in a nice, easy-to-travel pump. It makes using the product and traveling with it hassle-free. All you need to try this makeup remover is a cotton pad or cotton ball. I usually wear dark colors on my eyes with eyeliner and mascara, and everything comes off. You can use this remover for just your eyes or to take all your makeup off before cleansing.

The two main ingredients are Hyaluronic Acid and Vitamin E. Hyaluronic Acid is a naturally occurring skin hydrator. This ingredient can hold 1000 times its weight in water and acts like a sponge within your skin, boosting natural skin hydration and diminishing the look of fine lines and wrinkles. Vitamin E is a potent antioxidant and free radical fighter that helps boost skin’s defense against damage. Let me tell you, the best ingredient in the world is hyaluronic acid. It’s used in medical cosmetic treatments such as Restylane and Juvederm. In creams and removers, used on a daily basis, you will notice the look and texture of your skin improve.

Once you get all your makeup off, you cleanse as usual, and follow with a toner if necessary. Global Debris Remover takes all traces of your makeup off, no oil, no sting, nothing! And like Dr. Dima says “regular use may cause excessive skin admiration resulting in SKIN ENVY!”. It’s the truth.

What’s your favorite makeup remover? Do you wash/cleanse your skin every night, or are you guilty of going to bed with makeup on? Come on, fess up! Wink

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