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    Love these for awhile now. They feel great.



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    Quote Originally Posted by cynic View Post
    I think the original Blistex was made for cold sore/blisters. My Mum always had cold sores when I was growing up and I remember her using it. I doubt it helped medically, but since they didn't have anything that worked, people would use Blistex.
    i didn't know that. i guess the name 'blistex' does sound kind of medicinal...
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    ^^and like "blisters."
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsDark View Post
    Love these for awhile now. They feel great.



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    Where do you buy this? I can never find it.
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    Carmex and mascara. I don't care what the rest of me looks like, as long as I have those two things on, my face is passable.
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    mine would be: moisturizer, lipstick, conditioner

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dixie Normos View Post
    ^^and like "blisters."
    Oh, and for the record, I love Clinique's "Pore Minimizer" and "Oil Control Hydrator" it's in the mens collection, but it's AMAZING!
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    I use baby oil on a cotton pad to remove my eye makeup Have done it since I was a kid and I have no wrinkles around my eyes!!

    Also, Dermalogica products. The face wash and moisturizer. Love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisNine View Post
    I use baby oil on a cotton pad to remove my eye makeup Have done it since I was a kid and I have no wrinkles around my eyes!!

    Also, Dermalogica products. The face wash and moisturizer. Love it.

    That doesn't hurt your eyes? I know some eyemakeup removers are oil based but never thought of this. Does it remove water-proof mascara well?

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    Clinique's High Impact mascara (and Clinique's eye makeup remover so I can get it off!)

    Rimmel's Lip Vinyl lipgloss in Snog.

    Cover Girl's TruShine lipstick in Blushberry Shine.

    Oil of Olay moisturizer for my neck, chest and hands.

    Clinique Repairwear Intensive Eye Cream.

    Ralph Lauren Glamourous perfume (which is no longer being made *sob*).

    Bodycology lotion in Pomegranate.

    Maybelline Dream Matte Mousse foundation and Dream Matte Powder (only foundation I've found that is light enough for my pale, ghostly, pinkish skin).

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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisNine View Post
    I use baby oil on a cotton pad to remove my eye makeup Have done it since I was a kid and I have no wrinkles around my eyes!!
    I use Vaseline in the same way since I started wearing makeup at 14. I was told to do that not just for the removal but to moisturizer the lashes. I used it on a Qtip.

    It's kinda messy, which is why I've wondered about other removers, but it's very effective and mild. Never had my eyes react.
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    Quote Originally Posted by birdmadgirl View Post
    Bodycology lotion in Pomegranate.
    This sounds delicious. Might look for it. I was shopping yesterday for my beloved Udderly Smooth, one of the few moisturizers that don't make my skin react (worst reaction: any kind of aloe vera extract or formulation from Proctor & Gamble - it even smells chemical-y and weird to me).

    When I couldn't find it at Trader Joe's, I picked up what I thought was moisturizer. It wasn't. It was a shaving creme - mango and honey by TG, vegan and hypoallergenic. It's great! So much better than soap. I didn't need lotion afterward.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ariesallover View Post
    Where do you buy this? I can never find it.
    I love this stuff too. I have found it at Walgreens, RiteAid and
    even Heavenly Ham for some reason!

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    I was told by a Clinique Bitch that I am "too old" for their 3-Step cleansing routine to which I say "Fuck OFF" It's great and the only product(s) that makes my skin feel and look clean and healthy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sprynkles View Post
    ...even Heavenly Ham for some reason!
    Now that's bizarre.

    Quote Originally Posted by A*O View Post
    I was told by a Clinique Bitch that I am "too old" for their 3-Step cleansing routine to which I say "Fuck OFF" It's great and the only product(s) that makes my skin feel and look clean and healthy.
    I hope she gets fucking fired.
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