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I wish I could read all that´s in those articles previously posted!!!!

That´s EXACTLY the approach I love in magazines, very detailed, almost obsessive on every little thingie.
It´s a shame we don´t have the same kind of material in english or in spanish, or in french. I love "how-to" articles, those kind of articles whith lots of questions and articles. These wonderful articles (in japanese?) seem written but somebody as fanatical as me in these matters

Please, somebody....do translate, at least one at the time, we´ll be forever grateful!


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This has become a torture!

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I agree with you newprincesita. I've been searching similar articles in english but I coudn't find anything. I'm crazy about them too. I've got more of them but it doesn't have point if nobody can read them and we're only able to look at pics..

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these japanese really know how to make their articles look juicy to non-japanese reading people!!!

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Those are actually korean. Maybe I can find someone to translate that somehow. Because I'm sick of looking at the pictures and having no idea on what is written in the article.

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^^ im assuming the mask is the Facial Treatment Mask. its supposed to be a 'deeply intensive moisture mask' that works on texture...ive used it and i didnt notice any difference, but then im only 19 and my skin is pretty good.
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From Wikipedia:
Due to consumer confusion over the real degree and duration of protection offered, labeling restrictions are in force in several countries. In the United States in 1999 the FDA decided to institute the labelling of SPF 30+ for sunscreens offering more protection, and a similar restriction applies in Australia. This was done to discourage companies making unrealistic claims about the level of protection offered e.g "all day protection", and because an <u>SPF over 30 does not provide significantly better protection</u>.

Just a thought. Getting a good quality SPF30 > Getting a brand that's cashing in on SPF50+

Perhaps...(?)
I am using only fotostable, European Avene and LRP products, of which I know that they have proven spf/ppd factors, Meroxyls and Tinosorbs + other stable filters.
High spf means usually higher ppd = UVA protection, that is why I go for such a high factor.
I would recommend reading the ingredients list first before judging a product by it's label -not every 50+ filter is a right, stable, UVA protective one. So no perhaps... when you know which ingredients to look for.

Oh and of course do not forget about applying at least 2 ml of the product just on your face and reaplying it when needed. Also certain powders can make the filters disabled, especially when you mix Parsol 1876 in your filter (LRP filters have it in them for example) with talk or certain minerals.

I would recommend reading some MUA notepads insteda of Wikipedia, these girls have researched many reliable resources!


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I love the way Japanese magazines are laid out, they are so much better than the ones in English, I have to learn Japanese soon apparently it's easy.

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Really? I've always thought that it's difficult. I would like to know it, too.

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Learning Japanese is definitely NOT easy

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^^I can count to 10 in Japanese that doesn't help much though:p

thanks for all the pictures/scans!

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Ok I found the Créaline H2O cleanser in a french pharmacy nearby here (I'm in Geneva) - it's the one alot of models use; Gemma Ward, Freja Beha etc. The company that makes it is called Bioderma.
I actually really like it! it's wierd that it's non-rinse but it is really gentle and effective like they say. There's nothing like model endorsement hehe!

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