The skin feels really nice and soft after using a facial mask, says a woman who’s been using it for about a year.
A 23-year-old woman in Delhi was looking for a way to mask her acne and found the facial mask she used for about two years in a local drug store was working well.
She decided to try a cheaper alternative, which she claims was effective for the same reason, but without the added mask.
“I used a mask for three months and it was working wonders for me.
But I started using the other one after a week,” she told The Times of India.
The mask is made of a mixture of petroleum jelly and a substance that absorbs oil from the skin.
It can also be used to help mask other symptoms, such as the dryness and irritation of the face, nose and throat.
After using the mask for a month, the woman felt the mask had a calming effect on her face and skin.
Her friend also said it was “a relief” after she was suffering from acne.
According to the Indian Association of Cosmetic Dermatologists (IACD), facial masks have been used in India since about 1878, when the country was part of the British Raj.
But the mask that has been around for so long has had a major impact on people’s skin.
The IACD’s president, A.D. Shrivastava, said there are currently about 300 million cosmetic masks in India.
IACDs president A.R. Singh said masks were among the best-selling items in the country.
However, there are also many health concerns, Singh said.
He said mask use was linked to diabetes, skin cancer and asthma, and the IACDS said it would be working to prevent people from using masks in the future.
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