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Choose skin care products carefully

Ingredients can cause reactions, drying

9:41 AM, May 10, 2013
Shelley Babcock, owner of Merle Norman & The Day Spa Boutique, applies foundation to Christine Lawyer on Thursday. Babcock suggests dye-free and fragrance-free products for people with sensitive skin.
Shelley Babcock, owner of Merle Norman & The Day Spa Boutique, applies foundation to Christine Lawyer on Thursday. Babcock suggests dye-free and fragrance-free products for people with sensitive skin.
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Shelves of makeup and skin care product choices in stores and online information about potentially harmful ingredients can make it difficult for consumers to choose cosmetics.

Even local skin experts express differing opinions on cosmetic safety, but they agree reading labels and consulting an educated skin care professional can help consumers avoid skin irritation.

Dr. Clayton Green, a Marshfield Clinic dermatologist, said some cosmetic ingredients, such as fragrances and formaldehyde, can cause a poison ivy-like rash called allergic contact dermatitis in some people. ...

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