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    I'm recovering from trying an Aveda soap - made me break out and very sore. Neutrogena products do the same.

    Currently using a 99p tea tree and peppermint facewash and its working great. No breakouts, no soreness and no redness. I'm going back to grab a few more bottles while the discount shop I found it in has some in.

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    I've tried other products, but I keep coming back to Olay Deep Cleansing Face Wash. It's creamy and mild and doesn't dry out my skin.
    Who says being second best is such a bad thing?

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    I'm using donkey's milk soap right now, it is really gentle on the skin!
    I don't want to perish like a fading horse - best lyric ever

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaFolie View Post
    I'm using donkey's milk soap right now, it is really gentle on the skin!
    Fascinating! Where did you get it? I like milky cleansers.
    Who says being second best is such a bad thing?

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    I got it in a organic shop. It's really easy to get.
    I don't want to perish like a fading horse - best lyric ever

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    I use a lot of LUSH products, and I'm currently using their "Almond & Coconut Smoothie" creamy body cleanser on my face. It's very gentle, removes all my make up and just does the trick.

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    Evan Healy's Blue Cleansing Lavender Milk. I'm using the whole "blue" line and I have rosacea/acne. My skin is the best it has ever looked. I now go around with minimal makeup. (I also eat a dairy-free/gluten-free diet and take probiotics, so that is contributing to my skin looking so good.)

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    I use this stuff - The Body Shop Australia | Skin care, Make up, Hair Care, Lotions, Community Trade

    A mate recommended it and it's fantastic. I don't get greasy skin, but I do get a horribly oily T zone. I tried using Clinque's foaming facial cleanser for a while, because I no longer live within easy reach of a Body Shop, but I hated the way it made my skin feel (and it's just as or more expensive than BS)

    I've recently got into this - The Body Shop Australia | Skin care, Make up, Hair Care, Lotions, Community Trade - for my scrub, it's fantastic. Not too coarse, lifts all the crap off your skin without rubbing your skin raw. Really like it.

    Then I moisturise with a day moisturiser that has sunscreen in it (using Nivea SPF 15+ at moment, seems to be nice, but prefer Olay 30+ because it's hot and I burn easily!) and then Olay lotion at night. Tone with witch hazel toner.

    Not so fun discovery just then... the Body Shop's website apparently causes my work computer to crash Repeatedly.

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    therapon. recommended by my derm.

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    I use Biotherm's Toning Mousse cleanser day and night and Biotherm's exfoliating gel 2-3 times a week.

    For my makeup I use Bioderma Sensibio makeup remover.

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    I bought Murad soothing gel cleanser. I like it for my skin type. I got a facial and the Murad line was recommended for me.

    I did not buy it at the Salon. I did a search and found it much cheaper online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dallison View Post
    I use Biotherm's Toning Mousse cleanser day and night and Biotherm's exfoliating gel 2-3 times a week.

    For my makeup I use Bioderma Sensibio makeup remover.
    i love bioderma!

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    Its great!!

    I love the makeup remover because it feels just like water but takes off the really tough stuff.

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    Urgh! I bought so Lancome Ultra gentle hypo-alergenic face wash... and if I use it more than 3 or 4 times a week it really dries my skin out. Not a happy place. Funny how that works when Retin-A causes me no problems whatsoever! I have dry skin too. I obviously don't use the retin on my roseacia.
    Free Charmed.

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    Soap and water.
    Don't slap me, cause I'm not in the mood!

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