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    Old 04-21-2008, 12:27 PM   #1
    daphne009
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    Kraft Miracle Whip to exfoliate?

    Anyone do this? Its' supposed to work wonders. The dead skin is supposed to ball up and come right off when you get done. They say to smear some on your face and leave it on for 15-20 minutes then massage your face with your fingertips and the stuff should just start ballin up and come off. May need to use a rag to get all of it off. MAy have temporary redness and need to use sunscreen. Supposed to be good for those of us with extra oily complexions. Google it! Kraft Miracle Whip exfoliant

     
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    Old 05-01-2008, 08:15 AM   #2
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    Re: Kraft Miracle Whip to exfoliate?

    Sounds interesting, although im suspicious of the dead skin being visible enough. It sounds as if your describing over exfoliating and this can agrivate an acne problem further, and/or expose your skin to sun damage.

    The exfoliating products i have used, being Acnexus, Garnier and a Microdemabrasion cloth have all been exfoliaters that are discreet removers of dead skin.

     
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