Makeup Remover Wipes May Be Convenient… But Are They Bad For Your Skin?

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For those who dread the thought of taking a few extra minutes before bed to carefully wash off all of the makeup and grime from the day (aka: us), makeup remover wipes can seem like a godsend. But is this quick solution too good to be true? We talked to New York-based dermatologist Dr. Maryann Mikhail and Dr. Craig Kraffert, dermatologist and president More...

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