Thanks for the feedback Diesel_tke! Yes, the alcohol based jow is definitely easier to apply. One of the downsides of alcohol based dit da jows is the dryness of the skin after application. The resulting dry skin leads to easily broken skin, as you found out. Every alcohol based jow is going to do the same thing. Nothing against those types of products...it's just the way that human skin reacts to topical alcohols.
Originally Posted by Diesel_tke
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