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For expensive, la Prairie is fairly high priced although I've found it can be harsh.

I personally prefer Sisley although more of a unisex label.

Creme de la Mer has worked as well although I have not rebought it.

There is also SK-II from Japan. Aesop from Australia, and Erno Laszlo. Most are unisex, and are all of the higher spectrum.

For something lower try Anthony Logistics or Nickel.

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for my skin it's all about biomedic Hydro Active Emulsion. It works amazingly on my skin, but not at all on my sister's.... but screw her, i can finally stick with a moisturizer!

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Creme de la Mer has worked as well although I have not rebought it.
I don't blame you... too expensive although its supposed to be amazing

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05-12-2004
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i like kiehl's stuff

i don't really care if its men's or women's. it just has to work. i think alot of these brands like zirh and nickel are rebadged rescented women's formula's so insecure so men will use them.

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09-12-2004
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Originally posted by Incroyable@Nov 30 2004, 03:09 AM
For expensive, la Prairie is fairly high priced although I've found it can be harsh.

I personally prefer Sisley although more of a unisex label.

Creme de la Mer has worked as well although I have not rebought it.

There is also SK-II from Japan. Aesop from Australia, and Erno Laszlo. Most are unisex, and are all of the higher spectrum.

For something lower try Anthony Logistics or Nickel.
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I have used La Prairie.... their moisturizer doesn't work for me... nice cleanser though... but yeah hell expensive, my grandma and aunty swear by it.. they always give me samples of it.. that's what I use..

I tried Cream de la Mer... worst exprience ever... I tried it two times. it gives me dizzy spells???? WTF how does that happen I don't know

SK-II is really great.. their cleanser makes your face feel squeaky clean too... but they are expensive...

AESOP I tried it.. the cleanser don't have that much of a kick for me... it still feel like there is a film of residue on my face. I like their Mask, and their rosehip oil for lips work wonders for me... AESOP claims that they use all natural products, and so when you use it, you will find that their products don't foam up as much as other brands etc...

Anthony Logistic's cooling down moisturizer works for pimples, but not so great.

Nickel's moisturizer works pretty good( I wouldn't say wonders) for me...

I used to be a big fan of Biotherm.. not anymore.. I am not sure why... I skip too many brands!LOL

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11-12-2004
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I bought Zirh for my brother last xmas, and he loved it.

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19-12-2004
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I've used Biotherm Homme and Clarins for Men, they're both very good. I've heard La Praire is excellent as well. I think maybe you should use Biotherm Homme, I've used several of their products and they've all been very good, and it's probably not as expensive as La Prairie.

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I bought Zirh for my brother last xmas, and he loved it.
Zirh is excellent! My bf loves it! (and he's picky)

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i use ddf and shiseido.

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I like Peter Thomas Roth's products. The only thing I buy thats specifically for men is Anthony Logistics Shaving Gel.

I like Dr. Hauschkas moisturizer and the bronze concentrate.

I have tried La Prairie and I didn't really see much of a difference than anything else. But Sisley I love.

I like Darphin's Toners and Kiehl's Blue cleanser.

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i use ddf and shiseido.
how could i forget!? i also use murad...

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my husband uses molton brown and he loves it.

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