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mylovestar asked:

19 Jan 2012

Skin products???

I need some skin products eg exfoliater and a every day facial wash. can anyone recomend any great products thx x



silence_ says:

Posted on 19 Jan 2012

Depends, do you need a facial exfoliator or a body exfoliator?

I just brought Kojie san (soap) off of ebay for JUST ONES BODY
Ingrediants: Ingredients: Pure All Natural Kojic Acid, Sweet Orange, VCO, Glycerine, Vegetable extracts, Vit. C.
It was 14USDs for 2 big bars and I've heard great reviews about kojic acid soap, so i'm going to try it.


In regards to JUST ONES FACE, you can try a gentle peel, but you'd have to actually follow the directions :
Diana Stalder's Multi Fruit Exfoliant Skin Peel, is one that people have been talking about on the skin care forum I go to a lot :
Ingredients: Propylene Glycol, Alcohol, Saccharum Officinarum Extract/ Citic Acid/ Lactic Acid/ Malic Acid, Salicylic Acid, CI 19140, CI 42090


Look for a papaya facial soap bar, papaya is actually a really good exfoliant and although you would have to leave the soap on for 2-3 minutes before you wash it off, it'll be well worth it after a couple of washes. This can be used for the face and the body, I recommend Likas Papaya Soap (I have tried this one)
It actually has nothing in it that could lighten, and i've used lactic acid peels, so I know it's a good exfoliant. Salicylic acid, is said to help reduce pores and with acne.

Most the ingredients ARE natural in both products.

Using a microfiber cloth aids in mechanical exfoliation.
Also Salt baths are helpful in exfoliating as well (I've tried, I can vouch for that)

Here's a thread:



Derma E Pycnogenol Toner
Water (Aqua), Glycerin, Organic Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Leaf Extract*, Organic Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract*, Pinus Pinaster (Pycnogenol) Bark Extract, Panthenol, Allantoin, Organic Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract*, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin.

Once again, most the ingredients are natural.

For a mild cleanser: (all rec'd)
Osmosis 'Purify" or Osmosis "Cleanse"
Pond's Classic
Earth Science A-D-E Creamy Cleanser
Desert Essence Facial Cleansing Gel Pomegranate
Murad Cleanser
Neutrogena (what I use)

for more recs and people's input :

It's very good to have a sunblock, so don't forget to wear it everyday.
I use a ZincOxide Sunblock, but any one with an SPF over 30 should do. I reccomend the Shiseido line of sunblocks/screens

Here's some natural face mask recipies:

And a good moisturizer is needed, such as cetaphil. I moisturize with Johnosons&Johnson's Baby Lotion . So, I would definitely suggest a water based one. It's water based if it's first ingredient consist of water, rather than alcohol or any oil. Essentially the ingredients listed first are the one's with the highest concentration in the substance, so you want to buy things that will have what works in the highest concentration possibly that won't irritate or offset the ph of the solution. A lot of chemistry stuff, but i'm learning ;)

Also, for skin care, the best products are vitamins, eating right, water and exercise.
I personally take vitamin D3, fish oil omega 3, biotin, vitamin c, and vitamins e, and i'm hoping to add some collagen for my skin and glutathion/Nac for liver detoxing. If you're healthy on the inside , it will show on the outside.


bumble_bee_123 says:

Posted on 20 Jan 2012

Oatmeal is THE BEST CLEANSER EVER. Don't go spending money I'm serious outmeal is magic for skin :) use a gel light moisturizer and you don't need to spend that much either (essence do a nice one for a good price) Netrogena and Cetaphil are the 2 products I find most useful


ravenousgirl1 says:

Posted on 21 Jan 2012

Cleanser: i use noxema, is really cheap, but it really works i use the anti bacterial one. i use to use proactive, and loreal 360, but i started using noxema and now my face is alomost clear.

Exfoliate: i use st.ives naturally clear apricot scrub blemish and blackhead clearing, with salicylic acid. it really good, makes my skin feels softer.

moisturizer: i use aveeno, more expensive but it works, or you can use clean and clear moisturizer.

You can also make some home remedies, just look some up online or on youtube, some can moisturizer, cleanse, clear acne, and make skin feel softer, younger, and more tight.

Also try and get products that are oil free.


juvenilesweetie says:

Posted on 21 Jan 2012

Depends on if you want it homemade or bought. if you want to have a cheap make it yourself one id suggest surgar and lemon as a face washer and as a exfoilater use oatmeal or honey with fruit such as banana, papaya, or kiwi. If you want to buy it the wave by Neutrogena which is known as one of the best face washers and L'Oréal Deep Face Exfoliating Scrub is a very effective exfoilater.

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