Does anyone know if Sunday Riley has discontinued its Bionic cream? It's no longer showing on Sephora website or at most other websites. This is the first anti-aging type cream with bells and whistles that I've been able to use without any reactions. Can a mod pipe in and confirm?
I have pretty dry skin, especially in winter, and it's the only cleanser I've been able to use for years. It is an absolutely lovely cleanser, but now that it's discontinued, I'm not sure what to purchase next. I really don't want to spend $30 on a cleanser, only to have it dry out my skin (or make it ridiculously oily). I don't like the melting cleaners, or the cream-based cleansers. I can't believe BM discontinued a perfect facial cleanser. Any suggestions?
I need a product that will cover a really dark small freckle or age spot under my eye, I have tried IT concealers, and many others, nothing helps. Can you suggest a full full coverage concealer/spot treatment that wont make me break out, I have oily and sensitive aging skin.
I thought I'd start a thread for people to post issues they're having with their skin that relate to dermatitis, reactions to certain products, skin allergies, and similar issues. I think having a central thread may help for sharing ideas and learning from each other. I have super sensitive skin myself but have been on BT long enough to see that practically everyone has had a skin reaction to some product or another and sometimes sharing with others really helps narrow down the cause and solution. This thread isn't meant to be a place to post about the more common skin issues such as minor acne, wrinkles, etc. that we all experience, but rather a place to post about the more unusual ones relating to specific products/ingredients or longer term ones that are not related to age or hormones such as eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, dermatitis, and just the puzzling things that our skin does from time to time. I'm not an skincare expert by any means and unless someone asserts that he or she is one, this thread is more of a place to share ideas and experiences rather than a place to seek definitive answers or treatment. Other helpful threads: Bite Beauty allergic reactions: http://community.sephora.com/t5/Lips/Bite-Beauty-A llergic-Reactions/td-p/2413760
So, I know these are two very different companies as it relates to their platforms. Love me or hate me, I've never really cared about ingredients in skin care all that much - I care more about results. I mean that in the most non-snarky way possible btw lol so please don't take it harshly! Sooooo that being said, has anyone out there had experience with both brands, and would recommend one or the other? I'm mostly curious about the oils. I was planning on buying the SR Luna and UFO oil , but the Herbivore Lapis looks interesting. What about the Moon Fruit night cream? Does anyone find it performs better than SR Good Genes? Finally, that blue tansy mask looks like it could be a good find! they have a pineapple one as well, but it doesn't look like its available at Sephora yet. Thoughts?!
I am looking for an awesome treatment to use in my skin care routine to help fight redness. I have been using the Clinique foundation which covers my redness almost to the point where I look like a ghost! I just want something that is actually to help my problem, not just mask it!
I have very dry skin (aside from my nose bridge, which is oily.) and live in a humid climate. I've got the Lock It concealer, but have been debating on whether to get the Lock It foundation or the Born This Way foundation. Can anyone help me decide?
I am looking for a good skincare regimen. I have an oily T-zone, with overproduction of oil on my upper cheeks where my pore are enlarged. I have blackheads on my nose and cheeks and will get bumps along my jawline and chin. Currently, I am using the PTR Purifying Cleanser, and the Ole Henriksen Sheer Transformation moisturizer.
Have you guys tried any of these products? I'm wonderstruck by their claims of using pure products free of animal products. I'm especially interested in Blue Tansy and Orchid oil (possibly to replace my SR Flora). Any thoughts?
We're blabbing about everything else these days, I figured I'd check in and see what people are watching when it comes to TV shows and movies! It would be foolish to think that this thread could remain spoiler free, so let's be courteous to one another and be sure to spoiler your spoilers. If you don't know how, it's that super adorable little yellow button on the toolbar, located to the right of the bold/italic/underline/strikeout buttons. DONT FORGET: If you happen to be the most recent post, your first sentence or two of your post will show up EVEN IF ITS IN A SPOILER. So please take care if you're going to go dropping spoiler bombs. Anywho... I just saw the movie PHOENIX last night and it was absolutely spectacular. Like Academy Award spectacular. If you're fortunate enough have showings in your area, I cannot urge you enough to go see it. So whatcha'll watchin' these days? What are you anxiously waiting for to start back up?
Hi! I am looking to try new skin care products, and I am unsure whether I should try the DRUNK ELEPHANT AHA Moment set or the SUNDAY RILEY Power Couple Duo: Total Transformation Kit...maybe both? (perhaps that's excessive? lol) For reference I am 25 with combo/dry sensitive skin that is ALSO acne prone (sigh) I have few hyper-pigmentation spots and dry patches. I currently use a retinoid serum and different mild AHA/BHA toners.
I have very oily skin and have struggled a lot with my acne. My makeup will never stay on and will usually be gone within 2-3 hours. I'm looking for a foundation that will give me a full coverage for my acne and will also be very long-lasting even through heat and humidity.
something that isn't too expensive (less than $75 ish) but packs a punch. I'm 26 and noticing a lot of crows feet suddenly, and maybe puffiness, so I'm trying to be proactive. I've never used eye cream before, so I really have no idea where to start or what to trust. Please let me know what you guys know works!
I had some pretty bad acne the past 3-4 months which prior to that I usually had pretty clear skin. It was just on my jawline and now that it's gone i'm left with scarring. Are there any products like face masks, or whatever that actually will help clear the scarring or am I pretty much screwed unless I get some kind of laser treatment or something?
I have very oily skin in my t zone (my nose and forehead) but every where else is normal. I start shining from oil after about two hours. I want to stay matte all day. I am acne prone (not terribly so but I'm sure the excess oil doesn't help). I do have sensitive skin so anything that's very strong will burn. Any suggestions?
Hi all! what's the best way to combat everyday oil? I've heard all the basic things, like loose powders and such, but is there a product (like a moisturizer or something?) that's going to help set my makeup at keep my face nice and matte all day? I don't think I can overstate how much oil my face is producing on the regular it's smearing my foundation thanks! edit: I use aczone in the morning and the eucerin daily moisturizer and at night I use aczone, tazorac, and then either the clarins serum or aveeno night cream
Hi, I'm 52 with very few wrinkles/lines. Just a few between my brows and on my forehead. I currently use a vitamin C serum in the morning and an AHA serum at night. I'm wondering if I should be adding a retinol to the mix? Any thoughts? Thanks so much, Lisa
Hi! I am in my upper 30's and just moved down South where there is stronger and longer hours of sun. I have very fair skin and have recently begun focusing on my crows feet. I have been looking for an antiaging, anti wrinkle moisturizer that has sun protection. I just purchased Shisiedo but saw it has to be reapplied every 2 hours. Is there anything that is light enough for everyday, fights aging, and will protect my face all day? (Barring of course swimming or sweating). Any advice would be welcome!