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You must have very normal skin to tolerate the Clinique toner.
please define "very normal".

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please define "very normal".
Not sensitive or thin or prone to allergic reactions, can tolerate alcohol on the surface, etc. Clinique's Toners are about 50% alcohol.

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isn't that a good thing?

i like to say that i got skin of steel. i can throw all the ish i want on it and in a matter of 2-3 days, all negative effects will be gone.

except for those blackheads, but i'ma get some facialist to yank all of them out, no matter how long it takes and then i'm gonna have a derm throw some mofockin chemicals on top so the pores stay clean & tiny. my face might redden for a few days, but sheesh, who cares.

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I think St. Ive's apricot scrubs are great

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I just found a new brand at Boots called Soap & Glory. Its really nice.
I love the Body Shop though, i have sooo much of their skin care stuff. The papaya body butter smells delicious. I wish that I could just eat it! lol

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Netrogena Deep Clean Cream Cleanser
and Regular (Oil-Free) Noxema Cream

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Lush's Mask of magnaminty is a very deep cleansing mask! Highly recommended!

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the weather is really awful and unpredictable where i'm from so my friend recommended a cleanser by caudalie. i've used it all winter and my skin was perfect--well hydrated and evenly toned! definately recommend it!

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I use evain oxey.. genante or something.
It is really really good. You can see, and feel the benefit in minutes.
Lods of people have commented on how great my skins looks at the minute.

I used to have bad skin, so I have to use evain.
really affective.

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Angels on Bare Skin by Lush, bar none.

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Aloette is amazing! I was using just basic cleansers, but then one day I decided to try my mom's stuff...and I am in love. I highly recommended all of their products.

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i know everyone has heard this but Angels on Bare Skin it is the only cleanser for me

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Most definately.

I have combination/blemish prone skin (although mild), and nothing has worked so well at balancing and moisturising my skin.


Also, "The Baby Brush Method" works remarkably well still
(Exfoliating the face manually with a baby brush/electric toothbrush)

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I use Shiseido Pureness deep cleansing foam. You just have to use a little bit, it's really economical

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Also, "The Baby Brush Method" works remarkably well still
(Exfoliating the face manually with a baby brush/electric toothbrush)
Get the Clarisonic skincare brush. A toothbrush on your face...big no-no.

I'm looking for a new gentle foaming cleanser that's fragrance-free. Someone at makeupalley.com recommended Alpha Hydroxy cleanser from the drugstore, but I'm skeptical.

Hipkitten how is the Boscia? Is it foaming? Can you list ingredients possibly? I'm starting to love Yon-Ka's Nettoyant Cleansing Creme. It's lovely and comparable to Sisley's Lysait Cleansing Milk, and it's about $80 less!


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