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I just bought Clarins Extra-Comfort Toning Lotion for my dry, dry skin. But when I brought it home I realized that is has peanut oil in the ingredients (about 2/3 of the way down). I really wanted to try this, but I've always thought that all oil is bad, bad, bad for my skin. This is what a skincare dictionary says about it: it has more vitamin A and E and nicotinic acid (whatever that is) than any other nut oil (i.e. almond oil); is obtained from crushing the seed kernels and is harmless to the skin. Hmmm. I'd really like to keep the toner, but I don't want to play Russian roulette with my skin. Any advice? Thanks!

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