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    Quote Originally Posted by hopeful1986 View Post
    The Moo Goo stuff does look good, but I'm too scared to try it...it looks like it's geared more towards dryer skin, whereas mine is more combination and prone to breakouts, especially at the moment.

    At the moment I'm obsessed with Paula's Choice and will be trying more of their products when I get the extra cash.
    Mine is the same and I find it too heavy for me. The body moisturiser is lovely tho and the body wash. I also can't find a sukin product which isn't to heavy on my skin.

    At the moment I use whatever cleanser I can find on special. Skin/hair care was the first to go when tightening the budget.

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    I use sukin. My skin is normal-oily and I find their range really good. I use the foaming face wash, face exfoliater, night dream and day cream. Rose hip oil over the night cream overnight too. I also use the clay face mask from time to time. They have a pack of 3 different oils that I think I'll try when my rosehip oil runs out. I don't have an eye cream at the moment but need to find one. I'm also not sure if they have a face lotion with sunscreen so will need to check that out coming into summer. I did see they have a new tan range though which I might try.

    I wish they had baby stuff though! They do a kids bath range but no baby things.

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    Pevonia Botanica. It is expensive but a little goes a long way so I think it doesn't work out too expensive in the long run compared to cheaper products. My face always feels amazing after using it.

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    I have extremely sensitive skin, my beautician gave me a sample of dermalogica ultra calming tint and I reacted to it, I went in today and she has given me some clinique to try out, if I react to that I will go back to lancome

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    I have oily skin and just now I have come up with my perfect combination of skincare and my skin looks so much better.
    Cleanse with thalgo cleansing milk. Exfoliate with Frank facial coffee scrub (amazing) tone with half water half apple cider vinegar mix (absolutely changed my skin from oily to normal. Holy grail) moisturiser during day is rose hip facial moisturizer and night is either rose hip oil or night cream rose hip.
    I also use the body Shop cleansing oil to remove makeup and its amazing!!! Must try it.
    And benzac ac for the occasional pimple.


 

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