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Youth Cleanse

GlamGlow YouthCleanse Daily Exfoliating Cleanser

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This lasted me two years of use. I used this in between samples and deluxe sized cleansers that I got from subscription boxes and online orders. I really enjoyed using this clay cleanser. I would put it on my face dry and add a little water to my fingers to create a lather on my face. I would let the cleanser sit on my skin for a minute or two and then rinse off. It left my skin soft and smooth. I highly recommend this, but I cannot repurchase since GlamGlow is not cruelty free. I loved this cleanser while I had it and I tended to use it when I was suffering from breakouts. This really helped to clear my skin. It is on sale now at Sephora, so you should snag one while you can.

With Love,

❤ Selena Hannah ❤

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9 thoughts on “Youth Cleanse”

  1. I’ve seen this a few times actually at TJ Maxx and always wondered about it! This review makes me want to purchase it – but I’m with you, I just can’t since its not cruelty free.

    1. Do you have any cruelty free blogs you recommend? I tried following yours but it says it’s deleted. Thank you for your kind words about my review. I’m always honest. If I wasn’t trying to go cruelty free, I would buy it in a heartbeat. I’m really trying to be good.

      1. Weird that it says deleted, I post a lot honestly. Hm. My blog isn’t 100% cruelty free, but I do definitely state when products are, I know how important that can be. If I find some fully focused ones I’ll comment back on here again! ❤️

      2. Can you perhaps post a link to your blog so I can follow? I’d love to check it out and thanks for following mine! My blog isn’t 100% either. I cannot resist some of the Sephora favorites kits and I still have a collection full of stuff from before I went cruelty free this year. I really appreciate you taking the time if you find a site to tell me about it. 🙂

      3. Ah!!!! I figured it out! The link on your profile picture is missing the word blog at the end of the name of your site before the wordpress.com. that’s why I couldn’t find it. I followed. I love your content. It’s very unique. Thank you so much for the link!

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