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philosophy Philosophy Total Matteness Oil-Free Mattifying Pore Eraser

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Acne medication and total mattness - which goes first?

I tried the total mattness first as it is a thinner serum than my acne medication which is a lotion. It got a little flakey for lack of a better word. Acne med balled up in little pieces in spots and flaked off.
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in order to honor your best interest, we ask that you consult your doctor or allergist regarding any product you wish to add to your routine. a medical professional is better equipped to evaluate the ingredient list or drug facts label and assess whether that product is right for you.
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