Mika has both dry and oily skin as well as acne scars. Dermatologist Dr. Buka explains potential treatments for her to control her oily skin throughout the day, including glycolic acid pads, and retinoid treatment in the evening. Mika then learns how to complete her look with a smokey eye with eyelashes.
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