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DERMATOLOGIST SHOPS FOR SKIN CARE AT THE DOLLAR TREE| DR DRAY

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HEY GUYS! TODAY I GO SHOPPING FOR SKIN CARE A THE DOLLAR TREE.

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12 Thoughts to “DERMATOLOGIST SHOPS FOR SKIN CARE AT THE DOLLAR TREE| DR DRAY”

  1. Priscilla3

    LOL 😂 The bunny ❤️ You are a true gem on YouTube! What about doing a shops for skin care at Dollar General? If you all have them in Texas? Our little town has one they have popped up everywhere. I absolutely love these videos. I was for the entertainment to be truthful! You have taught me so much about skincare and sunscreen! It’s truly appreciated!

  2. Faith Means Hope

    I love your channel. It’s wonderful learning so much and also saving money from spending it on all these nonsense skincare products.

  3. Melina Mormina

    You are “Simply the Best” !… your very clever humour makes skincare shopping so easy for me now . I would absolutely buy your skincare line, so get started on this project ASAP !

  4. Cristina Magana

    Do a review on Kylie skincare please!!!

  5. Shannon Romero

    May you please review Daiso skincare products?

  6. ekaceseehc05

    Dr Dray made me realise that the greatest allergy causing ingredient is fragrance and essential oils. When i first started watching Dr Dray, i was using a cleanser that was labeled to be “gentle” and “suitable for sensitive skin”, and even claims to “build skin barrier”. But whenever i used the cleanser, my skin has a slight burning sensation, causing my skin to become very sensitive day by day. But i was so convinced by the labels on the bottle, i didn’t stop using the cleanser, thinking that it will eventually make my skin better due to its claims. But watching Dr Dray, and her countlessly telling her viewers about the dangers of fragrance in products, i quickly went to check the back of the cleanser bottle and THERE IT IS! Orange peel and bergamot oil!! I switched to Cerave gentle cleanser that didnt contain fragrance and almost immediately felt a difference. Whenever i go shopping for skincare nowadays with this new knowledge, and i pick up a product with fragrance or essential oils in it, i go “yikes!” and put it back on its shelf

  7. AnN

    Dr. Dray, would you do a video for someone who is looking into developing a skincare routine for AM and PM? There are so many products out there and it is hard to choose which one is best.

  8. Tiffany Lecong

    Amazon has a new line of skincare called Belei. Would love to hear your opinions on it! 😁

  9. FlylikeaBr1an

    Dr Dray I have been wondering about something. Im a nursing student who also works prn at a local hospital. A part of our patient care is regular skin care and bathing to reduce the chance of pathogens latching onto dirty dry skin and preventing the onset of skin breakdown due to sedentary hospitalization. I have noticed that a lot of the products used not only at my hospital but also several others I have been to contain copious amounts of fragrance, even the ones to be used in the perineal area! Is there a reason why products considered “medical skincare” contain ingredients that can be contraindicative of their purpose? I used to attribute it to cost but the rationale doesn’t work for me since in theory it would cost less to produce products that contain less ingredients and Medline products (which is what we use) retails higher than the majority of drugstore products.

  10. Annette Karow

    Great video. I’m actually surprised you found anything. I’m always skeptical of their skincare.

  11. Liz Torres

    This is gonna be so good. I just know it. I’ve never seen anyone review dollar tree skincare

  12. Amanda F

    I can’t add to what people have said because they’ve already said everything I wanted to! Still, I loved this video and I’m secretly hoping that someone will sponsor you to go overseas and film skincare in stores all over the world for us :).

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