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23-03-2004
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Shaving cream and nourishing face cream (instead of after shave), and sometimes hair gel, all by Kiehl's. Oh, yea, I'm a guy, in case some of you haven't noticed yet

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23-03-2004
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Originally posted by MissPurple@Mar 5th, 2004 - 8:30 pm
for now-

cleanser: Cle de Peau gentle cleansing foam

toner: Cle de Peau balancing softener tendre

eye: Dior No Age Essential Yeux

moisturizer(day): Lancome Hydra Zen
moisturizer(night): Lancome Hydra Zen Nuit

exfoliator: Origins Never A Dull Moment

masks: Sisley Express Flower Gel Mask, Biotherm Hydro Detox Mask, The Body Shop Evening Primrose Mask (I actually have too many masks to mention, but these days I've been using these three).

makeup base: DiorSnow Illuminating UV Base SPF35
what do you think about this ORIGIN`s-exfoliator?i have used it and i didnt like it very much,and it has only few granules which i dont like,by the way my skin is oily(not very)...and at the moment i really like the scrub PureZone- from Loreal which is very fresh and clean.

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23-03-2004
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Originally posted by Gboy@Mar 23rd, 2004 - 6:37 pm
what do you think about this ORIGIN`s-exfoliator?i have used it and i didnt like it very much,and it has only few granules which i dont like,by the way my skin is oily(not very)...and at the moment i really like the scrub PureZone- from Loreal which is very fresh and clean.
I love Origins Never A Dull Moment, not too gentle not too harsh, just right, and really brightens up my complexion to some degrees. also I just love the scent

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24-03-2004
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I think I am the only self-proclaimed Beauty Product Junkie who loves Clinique skin care products. While I agree that their makeup is just...ehhhh , my skin has always responded well to their skin care. I use the Rinse-Off Foaming cleanser first, followed by the 3-step system number II. (In the morning I add the Exfoliating Scrub (not the 7-day, which is gentler.) Then I use Total Turnaround Cream as an anti-aging on my whole face, and Anti-Gravity Firming Eye Lift on my eyes (under and on lids). After that I use the Clean & Clear spot treatment (the clear one, with the salicylic acid--not the opaque, which has benzoyl peroxide). Once a week I do a mask--usually be Astara's Blue Flame but I always keep a Queen Helene Mint Julep around in case I've run out.

I think the routine works pretty well, at least for me! I have acne-prone skin, this has kept it clear for a while now.

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24-03-2004
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*LA MER day and night moisturizing
*Aloe Vera intense eye care (almost pure aloe vera)
*DERMALOGICA smoothing cream which i mix with my make up
*TALIKA lash gel (night and day)
*NIVEA cleansing gel at night and morning to remove make up
*TALIKA eye make up remover gel

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25-03-2004
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Originally posted by MissPurple@Mar 23rd, 2004 - 6:48 am
thanks and is there any particular major improvement you see?

No major improvements, but it hasnt harmed my skin so thats a good sign.

Anyway Chanel does samples of all their skincare items (unless they have run out) so pop by the Chanel counter and ask for a sample

Add to my above list a new moisturizer (Estee Lauder Hydracomplete cream for normal/combination skin) and new cleanser (EL Soft Clean one for dry skin)

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25-03-2004
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Thanks, PradaP!

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01-04-2004
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i've been using RoC soya unify daily moisturiser . . it's very light but my skin still feels really hydrated. and it's not greasy at all. perfect daily moisturiser for moi.
i know it's meant for 40+ but it makes my skin feel lovely
& neutrogena pore refining cleanser

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01-04-2004
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I use Diors Iod line. i just love it - and it smells could and it helps moisturize my dry skin - which no product have succeded in before. I even noticed a difference in how clear my skin is around my eyes !

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04-04-2004
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Quote:
Originally posted by crystalized@Mar 5th, 2004 - 5:59 pm
i change my skincare products all the time, i always experiment.
currently..

cleanser/exfoliator; pure zone LOREAL
moisturizer/exfoliator; clinique total turnaround lotion oil free
treatment blemish; oxy on the spot B.P 2.5%
make up base; idealist estee lauder
mask; sisley botanical facial mask
Nothing... just something for my hands, they're too dry.

Pure Zone is good? Do you see any improvement on your skin? I was thinking about giving it a try.

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22-05-2004
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I got a little bored and decided to photograph my stuff (everythings there except for Cetaphil, no way I am sticking a huge 500mL bottle into the photograph)

oh and not using any eye cream right now.. sometimes I grab my mum's to use when it feels dry


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22-05-2004
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Dermalogica. Its the only thing that seems to keep my entirely random skin in check!

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23-05-2004
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just started using
garnier synergie deep pore sauna mask. it has pure clays & zinc.
i LOVE it! makes my skin feel really soft & deeply cleaned.

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23-05-2004
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Of those that I'm currently using I love:

The Body Shop - Daily Foaming Facial Wash (tea tree oil & mint)
Avene - Soothing Eve Contour Cream (very nice!)
Nivea Creme - great for dry patches
Paula's Choice - Blemish Fighting Solutin (this really works!)
Smith's Rosebud Salve for my elbows.

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I started with Pure Zone about a month ago. It's been quite effective, since my skin is getting too oily. It's never been like that, I'm affraid it's something permanent

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