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Originally Posted by adorefaith View Post
letthemeatcake ive read a few posts of yours (including the one about you having training in this area) so it really sounds like you know what you're talking about.......thanks for typing up that list....it's very helpful.....i'm going to save it and pull it out next time i'm shopping around for a new product and don't have time to sit at home and compare ingredients, prices etc....
Hey how's your skin 4 months later?

i'm obsessed currently with la prairie again and it's so damn expensive but i need it. I also want the Caudalie Beauty Elixir although the ingredients said that alcohol was second and that's a bit worrysome because i have sensitive skin, but i want it.

currently i've actually been addicted to this aveda outer peace cleanser which is their acne line which i dont have at all but it has a ton of anti-inflammatory ingredients like oat amino acids and its a quick cleanser which for me is good because i'm so OCD and spend an hour doing my face at times.
I also cleanse with La Prairie's Foam Cleanser still before shaving if I really have more than two days growth because the hair grows so fast.
I like La Prairie's Cellular Cleansing Emulsion and I use Biologique Recherche's Lait U but its for normal to oily and since its winter I need a dry skin cleanser and foaming cleansers like the Aveda and La Prairie Foam can tend to be drying, so I like using La Prairie's Emulsion at least once a day if I am also using a foam in the same day. Which you shouldnt cleanse twice a day (only at night) but if I have to shave in morning then I pre-cleanse.
For toners I want like I mentioned Beauty Elixir (do they sell this at Nordstrom?) and I use Clarins Extra-Comfort Toning Lotion but am switching back to La Prairie's Cellular Softening and Balancing Lotion because its so beautiful and hydrating. It's accompanied with their Microdermabrasion Cream which I also use for exfoliating, and so it softens any irritation you might receive (I dont receive any) but I need glycolic acid for real instant and lasting results, so I use their Glycolic Acid Retexturizer as a serum and then follow it with IS Clinical Pro-Heal Serum and either La Prairie's Cellular Anti-Redness Nurturing Cream or Biologique Recherche's Creme Verte Espoir or ReVive Moisturizing Renewal Cream (This has glycolic in it)
i want to try MD Skincare Hydra-Pure Intense Cream...has anyone? It claims to help penetrate other active ingredients and that heavy metals such as iron, copper, magnesium, lead and zinc are sequestered and pulled off the surface of the skin, reducing irritation and dryness.
I need new masks too.

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