Whenever I hear a particularly interesting beauty claim on the Internet, I can’t help but look into why people believe it to be true. Often times, these home remedies really do give people beneficial results to some extent. But oftentimes they are deceiving. For example, toothpaste was once used for pimples because it contained zinc, which helped with acne. But nowadays, you’re more likely to end up with contact dermatitis. [Read More: Is It OK to Use Toothpaste on Skin?] So, when I read about Vaseline ($5.16, amazon.com) or petroleum jelly serving as a drugstore-bought way to growth eyelashes, I […]
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