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    Quote Originally Posted by dilligaf View Post
    L'Oreal Infallible eye shadows hands down the best ever i have now spent over 100 bucks to get the entire color line. I work in an office setting so I want to always look my best, this shadow lasts ALL DAY LONG. And night too, touch ups are rarely needed. Try it you wont go back! (have not read one post so I am hoping others have suggested this awesome eye shadow.) Every single time I wear it I get complimented, and I mean each time. Which then leads to me being able to pontificate upon the greatness and joy that is INFALLIBLE.
    okay, I can't buy the whole line all at once! what shades are your top 2 or 3?
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    I use 999 and 759 daily but today I wore 999 and a blue called infinite sky 222
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    I moved to Spain a month ago and I'm lost when it comes to skin care products. Any Europeans here who can recommend a good sunscreen and moisturizer for dry skin? Even my beloved makeupalley has conflicting reviews on the popular ones like La Roche Posay, Vichy etc. Also, before I moved here I'd read that it's quite easy to get Retin-A OTC at the pharmacies in some European countries. I haven't had any luck so far in Spain and Portugal, so I'm not sure if this is true or not. Do you guys go to the derm to get your Retin-A?

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Kat* View Post
    I moved to Spain a month ago and I'm lost when it comes to skin care products. Any Europeans here who can recommend a good sunscreen and moisturizer for dry skin? Even my beloved makeupalley has conflicting reviews on the popular ones like La Roche Posay, Vichy etc. Also, before I moved here I'd read that it's quite easy to get Retin-A OTC at the pharmacies in some European countries. I haven't had any luck so far in Spain and Portugal, so I'm not sure if this is true or not. Do you guys go to the derm to get your Retin-A?
    I know that they do sell Dr. Alkaitis in Europe, it's very good https://alkaitis.com/ I also like the Toleriane line from La Roche Posay for moisturizer.
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    Go to the derm insurance may cover it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dilligaf View Post
    I use 999 and 759 daily but today I wore 999 and a blue called infinite sky 222
    Post pics. I went to the website but couldn't find those numbers.

    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by *Kat* View Post
    I moved to Spain a month ago and I'm lost when it comes to skin care products. Any Europeans here who can recommend a good sunscreen and moisturizer for dry skin? Even my beloved makeupalley has conflicting reviews on the popular ones like La Roche Posay, Vichy etc. Also, before I moved here I'd read that it's quite easy to get Retin-A OTC at the pharmacies in some European countries. I haven't had any luck so far in Spain and Portugal, so I'm not sure if this is true or not. Do you guys go to the derm to get your Retin-A?
    I still use this daily, discovered it when I lived in Spain circa 2007.


    Sinks right in and it's not greasy, even though it looks like it's a thick cream, it's not. Little goes a long way: a jar will last me over 1-2 years.
    I use it on my dry flaky patches I get around my mouth and cheeks. The active ingredient is urea. Works great on my hands in winter too.
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    I may have recommended this before; if so, forgive me.

    These are AWESOME!!



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    I've had issues with moisturizers as I have really sensitive skin with a lot of chemical sensitivities which means I can break out into hives from some strange ingredient or other. I was talking to a sales person at Sephora and she recommended First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream Intense Hydration. It's been like a miracle worker for my skin, especially my face which was so dry and irritated it was looking pretty lifeless. It has colloidal oatmeal in it which calmed my skin and then shea butter helped to moisturize and make my skin feel alive again. It was so parched I didn't even realize it! It's been really great and I'm so glad to have it as the weather turns colder and the humidity drops.

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    Hello guys, could you recommend an undereye concealer that isn't powder-based? I'm using Lily Lolo but it tends to emphasise my dehydration lines and doesn't offer much coverage. Thanks!
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    Ever tried Dermablend products? They're more or less for heavy duty coverage so you can use a lighter hand and still get decent results.
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    ^Never. I'll have a look, thank you.

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    I have their undereye stuff at home - it's made to cover up dark birthmarks and such. Lemme know how you like it. ULTA carries it.
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    Do ulta ship to Europe?
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