Makeup artist shares what ingredients to look for in drugstore products

Jenny Patinkin discusses what ingredients to look for in drugstore skincare products in order to achieve bright, healthy-looking skin.
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Our study author of a look at how lazy perfection. And she's sharing your favorite drugs are products that contain hidden foods that can help you skin glow and the best part is all of them are twenty dollars or last. We welcome to Jack. Our audience members are blindfolded we will get to that just a moment here OK all right just a quick question to Jenny on the products are inexpensive and you say that thing they're they're worth a lot more because of these hidden foods why is that right so a lot of kids that we eat because they are nourishing and healthy for our bodies can actually be. Really nursing as a part of our beauty pre teens. A guy girl so so we got an at which are named sterling of sterling is on our audience members an obvious you can see she's playing pulled it so we're gonna have a little fun here rehab these audience members who are blindfolded. That you have to use your other senses to try to guess which healthy food. That you're touching right now in the we're gonna find out why it's so good so Jenny this OK so you can tell me is this keen want. She is scenes or wheat germ. He might Chia seeds are neat we turn. And he has an editor. We learn acts whose art she is CEO. Or even though it didn't take your mouth Yasser. Jeremy do we sprinkled among their feud because they're really rich in Omega threes and sixes what do you Mary good for us. When you incorporated into an polio like this month from cocoa kind all of those fatty let kids really boost the moisture barrier at your skin. And the beauty Chia seed oil it absorbs it really quickly didn't get on get out the door you're not gonna feel like an oil slick OK I love it. Perry south relax. Gary hi Gerri really seem nervous talking America. How good everybody wins ready Jenny let's do OK so this is a sniff test I want you to see. Because it's not like determine is this cup high yeah mango or cancel out. Papaya mango or chancellor have to know. Oh yeah. And so just give it just giving us the power and that's. Actually and natural X Foley of Frears gets. This little mask from all the botanic 'cause of tight ends and you put it on for just five minutes. Dissolves away all of the dead skin cells on your skin you're left with fresh flowing smooth skin awesome. I think we have time for one night. So we have a test here okay this is a sound test so I am going to break this piece of food. Right next you're here and I want you to tell he was that apple cucumber or had come up. He compared. Class and was actually app I love. And green apple interestingly is very high as being culled Malick asset mallet assets scenes discoloration in your skin frightens appear tone this is. In moisturizer from gist beauty that's got green apple limits and hydrate your skin and brightens everything out there you go hidden foods in the regular everyday products all 120 dollars any thank you so much and yeah.

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