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Simple Truth Organic Cotton Ball Rounds Description

  • Organically Grown
  • Great for Beauty, Baby, and Home
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Soft and Absorbent
  • Triple Size
  • 100% Cotton
  • USDA Organic
  • Non-GMO

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Q: What make sour Simple Truth Organic Cotton Rounds so luxuriously soft and gentle?

A: Made from 100% cotton, these rounds are silky smooth on skin, yet strong and absorbent. Perfect for cosmetic uses, baby and home.


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Wondering How to Keep Eyelashes Healthy? Break These 4 Bad Habits.

1. Sleeping in eye makeup

Never sleep in eye makeup, such as liner and mascara—no matter how tired you are. Be sure to save time at night and prioritize eye makeup removal (in addition to all makeup on the face) before getting into bed. Sleeping in eye makeup can increase inflammation and lead to clogged hair follicles and oil glands. “Leaving makeup on irritates eyes overnight, and lashes can break and fall off easier when removing crusted residue come morning,” says Dr. Nagori. If habitual, it can cause greater loss of lashes and a thinned appearance over time. “Invest in a high-quality, non-oily eye makeup remover, and thoroughly cleanse without tugging at day's end,” says Dr. Nagori. Being gentle prevents damage due to aggressive mishandling.

2. Not knowing how to take care of eyelash extensions 

If you need more eyelash length, false eyelashes or eyelash extensions might be a good fit. Yet, you must make sure you know how to take care of eyelash extensions, if you choose to wear them. “With false lashes, apply properly so the band doesn't pinch lids or built-up glue doesn’t pull out natural lashes over time,” says Dr. Nagori. “If trying lash extensions, ensure the stylist is highly trained and uses secure, non-irritating adhesive.” Never rip off falsies for removal, as it’s damaging to natural lashes. Take care of eyelash extensions, eyes and lashes by brushing through extensions gently. For daily combing and maintenance, or when washing your face with face cleanser, use care. Face wash type matters, and it’s best to avoid oil-based products, which break down bonds prematurely, Dr. Nagori notes.

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