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IllumeGirl

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Bought some yesterday and its a oil base rather than cream?..much prefer the way it used to be..it was more luxurious:)
Haven't bought it for a while, so it could have changed ages ago.
How do you think the formulations rate?
I have never tried the rejuvinator..is that more like the old eraser?
 

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I thought this too when I opened my new one a few months ago. Mine came out oily to start with but just takes a couple of squirts and then the cream comes out as usual. Could yours be the same maybe?
 

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ah, thanks joe, thats what i was hoping..although mine are the little sample sizes..so i guess that wouldn't help with the oil factor..they sounded full of oil upon shaking..so a full size should be okay after the initial squirt.:)
 

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There is nothing wrong with it, you just have to give Cuticle Eraser a shake before you open it.
 

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ah, thanks joe, thats what i was hoping..although mine are the little sample sizes..so i guess that wouldn't help with the oil factor..they sounded full of oil upon shaking..so a full size should be okay after the initial squirt.:)
This has also happened with the minis.
 

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