Finally! It's time to ditch the heavy winter make-up and let skin breathe

May 2013
Daily Mail;5/16/2013, p27
÷ SUMMER is a-coming, or so I am told — a chance, at last, to let our skin breathe and leave behind the heavy make-up that winter skin requires. At least for a while!


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