I'm debating on trying the Clinique Turnaround Radiance Peel set for my cystic acne red hyperpigmentation. I have fair skin that is slightly sensitive, and responds pretty well to salicylic acid. Any advice with this peel/other peels for this issue would be appreciated. Thanks!
I am in love with Caudalie's new Instant Detox Mask and I am really interested in trying their new Moisturizing Mask! So far, the moisturizing mask only has 1 review. I'm wondering if any of you have tried it yet and what your thoughts are? I, personally, am worried about it causing breakouts. I would like to use this mask when I'm feeling particularly dry like after a day in the sun or when a heavy dose of makeup has sucked the life out of my face. During the winter, I would layer Nature Republic's "Super Aqua Max Combination Watery Cream" over my moisturizer and never had any issues. Now that it's summer I apply it to a bare face and get loads of cool hydration. About me: I have normal to combination skin. I'm prone to breakouts when it comes to moisturizers but I don't have any issues with Cerave PM moisturizer or the aforementioned Nature Republic. So far, my skin has been great the last three months
My skin is very oily/combo and has large pores. I also have redness and hyper pigmentation all over my face. I've tried samples of both Murad's and Clinque's products, and none of them have stung my face. However, both are pretty expensive ($50~~~) and I don't want to buy both because a) too much money and b) I don't want to overwhelm my skin with a slew of skincare products. I know Clinique can target anything that's wrong with your skin, while Murad's hydrator can only do so much. Has anyone tried both these products enough to recommend one over the other?
I just picked up these vitamins about a month ago from an online order. I was in my local Sephora the other day and noticed that the bottles in the store had stickers on them that said something along the lines of "NEW" or "Now Even Better", I can't remember exactly. So....does anybody know what's up with this?
I am wondering if anyone has tried both the dry combination and the combination oily/oily versions of Clinique's Youth Surge Age Decerlating Night Moisturizer? Is there that much of a difference between the two? I had a sample of the combination dry that wasn't enough to tell what the long term results/problems might be--I have dry skin sometimes but my pores clog really easily, especially in my T-Zone and I am blemish prone even though I tend to get dry cheeks and surface dryness overall. Just wondering if anyone had personal experience they could speak from.
Hi there I was recently passing through an airport in New York and noticed Lancome Visionnaire had new products on their shelf in Duty Free. A Pre-Corrector Fluid and Emulsion. The staff were unfamiliar with the range and I haven't seen these anywhere else. I've searched online to no avail. I'm wondering if these are launched yet, where do they fit in my skincare regime, how do I use them. I'm mid forties with dry/dehydrated skin and some early age effects. Maybe the experts might be in the know! Sinead
In the morning my skin around my eyes is dry and rough. Right now I use strivectin eye cream and also Shea Terra Argan Oil and Coffe Bean Oil. They help but really aren't soothing enough. Also I have little bumps that look like blocked pores. I have been to have facials with extractions, but the bumps remain. I really need a good cleanser. I use peeling pads by Phillosophy. But they haven!t helped. I hope someone can help. I am blind and have type1 diabetes. I have a caregiver during the day and a husband of forty years. My caregiver is great and does my hair and makeup energy day.
I have really bad acne scar and ance-prone skin! so im wondering should i get the clinique even better dark spot corrector or the estee lauder even skintone illuminator! do you have any suggestions? i have oily skin and just want one that really helps with my scarring! or if you have a better suggestion on what product i should use? thank you
I'm sure we all wish we could turn back the clock to reveal a clear complexion, and baby-soft skin. Before sun damage, acne, and wrinkles. Even I, a 13 year old girl, could only dream. While it is physically impossible to grow younger, thankfully, due to the superior knowledge of scientists, we have cosmetics that can help us conceal and even heal our skin concerns. But before I recommend any products, I suggest taking this quick and easy skin type quiz. Your answers will help you decide which skin care regimen is fit for you. Let's begin. (Instructions: Choose which answer best describes you) What is your pore size? A. Invisible to the human eye. B. Large on my nose, cheeks, and visible on my forehead. C. Small (but still noticeable) on my nose How often do you need to powder your nose to stay shine-free? A. Never. B. It seems I can't apply it frequently enough. C. Once a day. Maybe more on a hot/humid day. What does your skin look like when you wake up in the morning? A. Lifeless, peeling and pink. I resemble a lizard when I wakeup :/ B. Slick and shiny. I feel like I might blind someone! C. Nothing different. My skin remains the same from morning to night. How does your skin react to sunscreen? A. I feel greasy within an hour. B. My skin can tole rate most sunscreens. Mostly Blue You have little to no oil on your face, which is a blessing and a curse. No oil means dry skin, and dry skin is never fun to deal with. Avoid harsh products that will dry out your skin further. Here's you're customized skin care regimen. Makeup Remover- Clinique Take Off The Day Cleansing Milk Face Wash- Carols Daughter Bring in the Moisture Gentle Face Wash Exfoliater- Jurlique Fruit Enzyme Exfoliater Toner- Burt's Bees Rosewater and Glycerin Toner Mask- Nude Skincare Intense Moisture Mask Spot Treatment- Skyn Anti-Blemish Gel with Willow Bark Moisturizer- First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream Mostly Pink Unfortunately you have oily skin, which tends to mean pimples galore. Though if you stick to my specially formulated regimen you will be oil free in no time. Makeup Remover- ~H2O+ Water Activated Eye Makeup Remover Face Wash- Murad Clarifying Cleanser Exfoliater- Dr. Brandt Microdermabrasion Exfoliating Cream Toner- Perricone MD Intensive Pore Minimizer Mask- DDF Sulphur Therapeutic Mask Spot Treatment- Kate Somerville EradiKate Acne Treatment Moisturizer- Clinique Acne Solutions Clearing Moisturizer Mostly Green You have combination skin, which means your skin fluctuates between oily, dry, and normal. You may experience acne, dry spots, and nothing all at once. Follow your skin care regimen to keep your skin balanced. Makeup Remover- The Body Shop Camomile Gentle Eye Makeup Remover Face Wash- Clinique Liquid Facial Soap Exfoliater- Clarins Bright Plus HP Gentle Brightening Exfoliater Toner- Murad Essential C Toner Mask- Peter Thomas Roth Cucumber Gel Masque Spot Treatment- Philosophy On a Clear Day Moisturizer- Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Gel GENRALIZATION: When to use your products: Makeup Remover- Obviously anytime you wear makeup, so that any leftover makeup doesn't cause excess oil. Face Wash- Once in the morning and once at night. Lather in hands before applying, scrub in a circular motion, rinse off with cool water, pat dry. Exfoliater- Use once-twice a week. Toner- Use after you have washed your face. Mask- Use once a week. Spot Treatment- Apply whenever neccessary. Moisturizer- Smooth over skin with clean fingers after washing face and using toner. Hope this was helpful! Comments and hearts are alwasy appreciated Haylolo
For those of you that use the NuBrillance Microdermabrasion Kit, the 2 tips that come in the kit, are they coarse (for the body), normal (for the face), or fine (for the eyes, nose, and lips)? Also, are the results worth the price?
I am in my early 60's with normal skin. What is the best serum to help minimize wrinkles and pores on the face; especially in the cheek area? I am thinking of using LaCome activating serum; would this be the best to try?