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Old 02-10-2015, 10:56 AM
 
Location: Chicago
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Get a clairsonic. It has really improved my skin. I alternate cleansers often but my skin is brighter when I use it and looks dull when I don't. Good use of $100. Makes my regular cleansers work better.

I also started using origins brighter by nature peel/exfoliating pads. It really helps with the dark spots and brightening.

I also use a serum, boots protect and renew from target.

Good luck, this combo has done wonders for me me for dealing with unevenness and large pores. Still looking for the perfect eye cream but my skin is approaching 20s level clarity these days, even though I just started getting acne in my 30s.
I've been thinking about getting a clarisonic, but I don't think I really want to spend $100 on one. Are there cheaper ones that work as well?
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Old 02-10-2015, 11:11 AM
 
Location: SC
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I have been looking for a good moisturizing night cream and am shocked at the chemical ingredients lists on all the creams. I don't want to soak all those chemicals and preservatives found in antifreeze and rubber preservatives into my skin each night. I can barely even pronounce the ingredient lists.

Anyone know of a good line of products that are made with natural ingredients? For the last few years I have been using plain old organic coconut oil, but would like to try something new.

Am I the only one concerned about slathering a chemical cocktail on my skin, which in turn soaks into my body?
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Old 02-10-2015, 11:30 AM
 
Location: Lafayette
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Go to Skin Deep.com and you can find out which products are low risk and have less chemicals. I don't buy anything with chemicals anymore. BTW, the OLAY stuff is full of chemicals!
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