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Lush's Mask of magnaminty is a very deep cleansing mask! Highly recommended!
Ooh, I love this too, haven't used it in ages though!

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Clarins Gentle Foaming Cleanser

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I use good ol' Cetaphil and St. Ives Apricot Scrub. Both inexpensive and highly effective!

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modelmama you need to credit your image. I used to use the Clarins Gentle Foaming Cleanser, and it was all good. I'm afraid though that now Clarins and their fragrances they add to skincare are upsetting my very sensitive skin...

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modelmama you need to credit your image. I used to use the Clarins Gentle Foaming Cleanser, and it was all good. I'm afraid though that now Clarins and their fragrances they add to skincare are upsetting my very sensitive skin...

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any good miceller water recommendation?!
i have relatively reactive/sensitive skin...

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What do you mean by miceller water? I have very sensitive and very reactive skin also, and am not breaking out from Biologique Recherche's Lait VIP 02 Oxygenating Cleansing Milk.

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I use the Shiseido cleanser from the Purity line.


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Removes dirt and makeup.
Leaves squeaky clean face. Really helped me control breakouts.

It's really not expensive when you consider you need a really small dot of it per rinse.

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What do you mean by miceller water? I have very sensitive and very reactive skin also, and am not breaking out from Biologique Recherche's Lait VIP 02 Oxygenating Cleansing Milk.
micellar cleanser/solution/water is a water-like cleanser that you dont really need to rinse off (so your face can avoid hard water, which might be harsh for ur skin )and/or use toner afterwards. vichy, bioderma, la riche posay make micellar solution and so does few other brands. I prefer to use somthing like this because it is nice and simple for the morning routine.

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Gotcha, like a cleansing water then...no need to rinse. I'd use these on an airplane in the past.

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have any of you tried Dr. Hauschka's cleansing creme? I'm thinking of buying it but it's rather expensive so I want to know if it's effective because I don't want to waste my money. I've just been using water on my face for the past month and I know it's not doing any favors for my skin.

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Get the Clarisonic skincare brush. A toothbrush on your face...big no-no.
Agreed. I used to use the spinning toothbrush on my face (I liked to experiment), but then I upgraded to the Clarisonic brush. It's one of the best things I've done for my skin.

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I used Eucerin everyday. Good for sensitive skin. They have a good toner too, to minimize pores.

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I use Liz Carle cleanser w/ muslin clothes. It cleans really well, and leaves skin feel baby soft.

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have any of you tried Dr. Hauschka's cleansing creme? I'm thinking of buying it but it's rather expensive so I want to know if it's effective because I don't want to waste my money. I've just been using water on my face for the past month and I know it's not doing any favors for my skin.
Yes, I use it and I love it. But I don't have a lot of problems with my skin other than slight oiliness on my t-zone and the occasional breakout, so I'm not sure how it works if you have more troubled skin. I would give it a go though, it's a lovely product.


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