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    I even heard someone say that Aldi is made by Olay. Not sure how true it is, but if it is true, than Im even more convinced to continue using the Lacura ones as they are a lot cheaper than Olay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    Try a salon brand. Thalgo is amazing and have many different types for various skin types and conditions.

    Book a facial and the therapist should be able to tell you which would work best for you and why.

    ASAP is another awesome brand. I had their soothing gel infused into my face yesterday and it felt incredible. It's a salon brand too but generally much cheaper than thalgo
    I love the ASAP range.


    OP, anything with an aha is going to help give your skin a bit of a boost. I'm a bit of a product junkie and have just started using RoseHip oil. It's supposed to be wonderful for wrinkles and skin tone and texture.

    What is your routine at the moment and what products do you use and what is your budget?

    Clementine Grace: I used to work for SKII and their products are fabulous. Most of my customers who used it had beautiful skin. I love it! I just can't justify actually spending $220 on the skin signature moistiriser, as lovely as it is. Just a tip, if you wait until the boxing day sales at Myer usually there's around 30% off the packs :-D
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    Clem - my mum has super dry skin and she swears by Shiseido.

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    Atm im using natures organics light moisturiser it was about $4 from the supermarket. Just as good as the expensive one i was using but couldnt get! Love it.

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