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MD Formulations - Avoid eye area


So I've been using MD Formulations as a makeup remover/cleanser.

I've previously used plenty of over the counter stuff, ranging from Clearasil (which made my face feel clean, but didn't help the acne) to ProActiv (which worked for awhile, but I stopped using it because it dried out my skin so badly... in winter, it was terrible).

Anyway, so I originally tried MD Formulations b/c it came in my Bare Minerals (makeup) kit. The cleanser was nonglycolic and by accident, the next I purchased the glycolic one without realizing it. All their bottles look the same! :P Fortunately, I had good results with this cleanser.

My question is, the bottle says "avoid the eye area." And the sales lady took extra care to point this out. Are there any negative ramifications if this stuff has twice daily contact to the eye area? If so, what are they?

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