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Nude Acacia

At Nude Acacia Beauty Bar we love to use the best ingredients that we can find- quality, beneficial, and fresh. I love to work with naturally nourishing and moisturizing oils, beneficial essential oils, and the best skin-loving ingredients out there. All of my products are handmade in small batches with extreme care.

All of my products are cruelty free and are tested out on myself, and willing friends and family. We try to reduce, reuse, and recycle as much as possible so for every 2 glass bottles you return, you will receive 10% off you next order. 

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anonymous asked:

Do you know of any cleansers that melt off makeup? Drugstore

Hello!

Oil cleansers will work best to effortlessly melt off and break down makeup with little tugging. I usually love to use an oil cleanser at night to remove my makeup and then I follow with a normal cleanser to get rid of any oil residue but also to cleanse the skin. You always want to remove makeup and then cleanse because one cleanse isn’t usually enough to fully cleanse your skin with lots of makeup on. Oil cleansers are also great if you have dry skin because they will be very gentle and moisturizing, some dry skin people use oil cleansers in the morning too so their skin is hydrated and soft through out the day.

If you’re into natural, cruelty free skin care try Burts Bees Cleansing Oil with Coconut and Argan Oil, it’s a little more pricey at $15.99 but still affordable compared to other cleansing oils . No7 Boots Beautiful Skin Cleansing Oil is also a great budget option at just under $12. My favorite cleansing oil is The Body Shop Camomile Cleansing Oil because it’s a super light weight oil, this one is great for those with oily or acne prone skin who are worried about putting an oil near their skin. This retails for $18 but The Body Shop always has sales so I usually wait to buy until then!

if you’re hesitant to use oils on your face i’d recommend using a makeup wipe or micellar water on a cotton pad to remove your makeup prior to cleansing! Garnier and Simple both make micellar waters under $10 :)

anonymous asked:

hi kylie! this might be a long shot but so you know any cruelty free korean skin care brands? i looked it up but i didn't find too much info on it so i thought you might know some xx

atm there aren’t that many brands i know of that are cruelty free, but south korea has passed a law against animal testing which will come into effect in 2018, so lots of companies are moving in that direction although there isn’t too much info out there about it atm.

i know for sure that my fave brand cosrx is cruelty free! here is a page with some other brands. in descending order the checkmarks mean: no animal testing, no use of animal-derived ingredients, doesn’t sell in china.