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    Kinerase Cream --- I thought I needed Botox until I started using this line, and now I do not need the shots!
    Kinerase C6 Peptide
    Kinerase Eyecream
    Frederic Fekkai Glossing Cream
    Frederic Fekkai Coiff products - whole range is great for unruly hair
    Annick Goutal Huile Splendide - great for after the shower, skin just looks beautiful
    Annick Goutal Hadrien and Petite Cherie Perfume
    Agent Provocateur Perfume (original)
    St Ives Apricot Scrub
    Lush Back for Breakfast Shower Gel
    Nars Deep Throat Blush - perfect if you think Orgasm is a little too gold for you, subtle shimmer neutral pinky peach
    Guerlain lipsticks, Kiss Kiss especially!
    Chanel Nailpolish, Rouge Noir is my staple plus I always buy the colour of the moment, Vendetta is gorgeous, and I ususally do not like purple, however, this one is a nice deep violet.
    Stila lip Contour No 1
    Lush Sexy Peel Soap - I love lemons

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    i forgot chanel rouge noir. i almost always have that on my toes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucretia View Post
    Kinerase Cream --- I thought I needed Botox until I started using this line, and now I do not need the shots!
    Kinerase C6 Peptide
    Kinerase Eyecream
    Frederic Fekkai Glossing Cream
    Frederic Fekkai Coiff products - whole range is great for unruly hair
    Annick Goutal Huile Splendide - great for after the shower, skin just looks beautiful
    Annick Goutal Hadrien and Petite Cherie Perfume
    Agent Provocateur Perfume (original)
    St Ives Apricot Scrub
    Lush Back for Breakfast Shower Gel
    Nars Deep Throat Blush - perfect if you think Orgasm is a little too gold for you, subtle shimmer neutral pinky peach
    Guerlain lipsticks, Kiss Kiss especially!
    Chanel Nailpolish, Rouge Noir is my staple plus I always buy the colour of the moment, Vendetta is gorgeous, and I ususally do not like purple, however, this one is a nice deep violet.
    Stila lip Contour No 1
    Lush Sexy Peel Soap - I love lemons
    It smells so refreshing in the AM.

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    Since I haven't seen anyone else mention, I cannot live without DHC Deep Cleansing Oil. Doesn't dry and totally washes off cleanly and I have really sensitive skin. I love all their other product too, but that's the hands down best product ever.

    And chapstick, of course and always.

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    ^^^
    Tell me more! I have always wanted to try DHC Deep Cleansing Oil. I just got a sample with the catalog. Do you use anything else from that line?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieMay View Post
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    Tell me more! I have always wanted to try DHC Deep Cleansing Oil. I just got a sample with the catalog. Do you use anything else from that line?
    I love all of the products I have ever tried. I also started with a sample. I live in Montana so my skin gets very dry. I use the Deep Cleansing Oil as my cleanser and I use the Tocophero E cream (a heavy but not greasy cream) and I like the Eye Peptides. I love that you get 4 samples with every order so you can try stuff out. The velvet skin rocks. I am very much a clean, moisture, chapstick person and probably would never stick with a full regiment, but their customer service is really good and helpful although it's expensive (for me) but not prohibitive. And at least the Deep Cleansing Oil last for a long time - month or 2 per bottle.

    ETA: I have been a faithful customer of DHC for 6-7 years and if I inadvertently run out, my skin screams at me until I get more.

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    Thanks for the info MontanaMama! Have you tried any of the following:
    -DHC Olive Oil
    -Revitalizing Moisture Strips(Neck, Eyes and Mouth)
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    the DHC olive oil is just plain ol' olive oil, check the ingredients. you can just get a bottle of organic olive oil and use that

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    yup my friend uses olive for everything (esp in the winter time) - remove makeup, moisturize, deep conditioning hair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ekee View Post
    yup my friend uses olive for everything (esp in the winter time) - remove makeup, moisturize, deep conditioning hair.
    I am so going to try olive oil! Virgin or extra virgin? Does it matter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieMay View Post
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    Tell me more! I have always wanted to try DHC Deep Cleansing Oil. I just got a sample with the catalog. Do you use anything else from that line?
    I tried it and it made my pores look huge and and my face look dirty/greasy in general. I had high hopes, but, sadly, it had to go in the trash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SVZ View Post
    the DHC olive oil is just plain ol' olive oil, check the ingredients. you can just get a bottle of organic olive oil and use that
    In that case, never mind. I already use olive oil for everything from body, face and hair.

    Quote Originally Posted by WhoAmI View Post
    I tried it and it made my pores look huge and and my face look dirty/greasy in general. I had high hopes, but, sadly, it had to go in the trash.
    Is your skin normally oily with large pores? I have oily skin and large pores, so maybe it won't work for me. Thanks for the response, you gals saved me some $$$.
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    you might like dermalogica's microfoliant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieMay View Post
    Is your skin normally oily with large pores? I have oily skin and large pores, so maybe it won't work for me. Thanks for the response, you gals saved me some $$$.
    No, it's dryish and extremely sensitive now. It was oily when I was a teenager.

    Try the free sample from the catalog. It may work for you--I know a lot of people love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SVZ View Post
    you might like dermalogica's microfoliant?
    What's it do and when would I use it?
    Quote Originally Posted by WhoAmI View Post
    No, it's dryish and extremely sensitive now. It was oily when I was a teenager.

    Try the free sample from the catalog. It may work for you--I know a lot of people love it.
    Your right, only one way of knowing if I like it or not.

    By the way, thanks Tati for the edit. I finally figured out how to do multiply quotes.
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