La Prairie's Men's Skincare Line

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  1. Astrid21

    Astrid21 New Member

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    Does anyone's husbands or boyfriends use this line? My bf's skin is so sensitive and everything we try dries his skin out. :(
     
  2. Astrid21

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    This is what I'm looking at. Suggestions? :flower:

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    Thank you in advance. :heart:
     
  3. Acid

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    Astrid, definately definately try him out on the L'oreal pure zone line

    seriously......its so much cheaper than la prairie......and probhably just as good ;)
     
  4. Astrid21

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    :woot: I'll check it out.

    Thanks, Acid. :flower:
     
  5. matisse

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    I don't know about the men's line, but I use La prairie hydrating sérum (because my skin can be very dry) and it's the best I 've ever used...I think it might be worth a try :)
     
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    Thank you, matisse! :flower:
     
  7. alexisaxe

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    La Prairie is great, wonderful for the skin. After using Khiel's for a long time, I now use a Spanish brand called Aihnoa. It's exactly the same formula as La Prairie Caviare line.
    Khiel's stuff is great too, especially for sensitive skins since it does not contain perfumes, just natural ingredients
     
  8. Monsieur

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    okay if you don't mind paying a premium, then by all means try la prairie.
    skincare is ultimately only a surface treatment, and it can only do so much. i personally think la prairie is not so much better to warrant their exorbitant prices they are just wonderful at marketing themselves (words "swiss" "cellular complex" "scientifically advanced" "bio" "marine")...
    look up www.cosmeticscop.com
    and there is also this great book which is like a skincare bible (for me anyway)... it's title is something like: don't go to the cosmetics counter without me.... something like that... i found it in a book store last year and it really opened my eyes
     

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