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    Rarely do I buy things twice, but I always go back to rosehip oil. It plumps up my skin, gives it a nice glow, and is really moisturising.

    Trilogy is a really good brand. It's really nice and thick, not that watered down version I bought for less at the pharmacy.


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    For people with very oily skin, high percentage salicylic acid peels. They make more of a difference than anything else I've tried. And I've tried everything.

    And retinol for everyone, in any form you like. It works.
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    25 bux and it does my face and whatever incredibly well. I sing it's praises.
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    Quote Originally Posted by witchcurlgirl View Post
    For people with very oily skin, high percentage salicylic acid peels. They make more of a difference than anything else I've tried. And I've tried everything.

    And retinol for everyone, in any form you like. It works.
    I can't use salicylic acid but, glycolic acid peels are awesome
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    Purity (face wash) and Hope in a Jar (moisturizer) by Philosophy - I keep trying different stuff and always come back.
    Vouch! on the Hope in a Jar stuff. The cleanser is awesome, as well. I always swap up between that and the MK cleanser I've been using for about 30 years.

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    Baby oil gel for an after shower or before bed moisturizer. Yes, it's slightly messy but you're skin will stay as smooth as silk for hourssssss.

    I also really love St Ives Green Tea Scrub. I can't say it prevents break outs or anything like that, but it leaves my face feeling so soft and refreshed. I love it.
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    Throw one of these in your handbag.

    Vitamin E Stick. Good for everything. I swipe it under my eyes before concealer, and on my eyelids and let it sink in.


    I've been looking for a good serum that's not commercial. Thanks.

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    Kate Somerville EradiKate ---- will get rid of a pimple in 12hrs, and pretty reasonable, 22.00 for a bottle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witchcurlgirl View Post
    For people with very oily skin, high percentage salicylic acid peels. They make more of a difference than anything else I've tried. And I've tried everything.

    And retinol for everyone, in any form you like. It works.

    Details please. I've also tried everything...even taking accutane when it was not prescribed.

    Do you go to a spa or a dermatologist for this? What is the healing time frame? How long do you see results?

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    ^ I get it done at the derms office, but there are spas that do it too.

    No down time, no redness, very little peeling or flaking- it's not like glycolic or TCA peels. It's not deeply exfoliating like those are. They just apply the salicylic peel, leave it on a few minutes and wash it off.

    I'm not using it as a break out control, although it would work for that. I have very oily skin, I get clogged pores and blackheads. This eats up all the extra oil- I haven't had to use any mattifying products since I started the peels 4 weeks ago, really clears my blocked pores, makes my blackheads much less, and my pores smaller. I've been getting it done once a week, and will do it for 8 weeks. Then no peels for 1 month, then I'll start again. I started to see a reduction in oil after the first peel, and a real difference in pore size by peel three.
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    I've been using Everyday Minerals for a few years. Just really like it because $8 gets you concealer that will last for months and I have the sensitive and oily in places skin that breaks out like a mofo, so like that I can pass out in it and not wake up looking like a total disaster.

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    Suave naturals lotions really are as good as Bath and Body Works, imo. And costs about a million times less with more product. Right now I'm using the Mango Mandarin and smell just as citrusy as I would had I paid 5 times more.

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