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Who makes the best skin care products?

  • VanEss
  • 6 years ago

have you found a skincare product that you swear by? I need to know what can help rejuvenate and protect my skin!

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I can't say it's the best but I use Monsia Advanced Skin Renewal System and it does the trick for me. I have started using the night cream on my hands as well - they show age the same as the parts around the eyes - will keep you updated as to whether this works well.
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I've been checking out this new brand called Vain Pursuits, they made night creams and day creams just for ME! It's actually a pretty good change for my dry skin....anyone else tried it?
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I got some facial wipes and facial masks in our local drugstore. It is the Essenzza facial masks and wipes. I am in love with these products because it can hydrate and rejuvenate my skin. I also love it has three varieties and good for all skin types.
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You know I have used pure chimp products and want to say that they are the best in this realm. They are 100% natural and cost not much.
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I have used pure chimp products to have my skin smooth and clear. And they are naturals.
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Definitely a tough question because its not only the 'brand' that you use but the lifestyle you live. Coffee drinker? Smoker? Get enough H2O? Several factors. I try to eat clean, exercise (to sweat out toxins), and drink tons of water!! I really think that water is the 'fountain of youth.' Cant beat it. I do also keep to a strict skin care routine, daily and nightly. Every morning I cleanse and use SPF day moisturizer. Every night I use Baby oil to remove my make-up, cleanse with Cetaphil, then use my Clairsonic with Philosophy cleanser. Then I use a Vitamin C toner and Serum by Cosmedica Skincare. To combat dry skin and moisturize, I use a heavy night cream by Cosmedica, too. This routine has really helped clear up my adult acne, dryness and I feel like this combination of products has changed by skin. Hope this helps others. Most of the products I use are reasonably priced too! I dont believe in giving up my first born for good skin!
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Answer to this question is really tough. I think it depends upon individuals as what products suit there skins. My skin is sensitive and if a proper product is not used then it gets irritated and have rashes. I am using Lass Naturals products for a year now, i am a satisfied customer, all their products are pythalates and paraben free, there are no harsh chemicals used, environment friendly, 100% vegetarian and are reasonably priced. I am using there cold cream it is fast absorbing & non-greasy both for body and face. My skin has become soft maybe because it's an ayuerveda product. For me Lass works :)
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HI, This is the question for that i'm still looking answer about best organic skin care products available online i hope i will get appropriate information from there. Please suggest me best answer. Here is the information that i get online. ***link removed***
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I have been using Yllume skin care products since 1year, it has bought a great change in my skin. Befor my skin was very dull, due to which it also does not look fresh. After i have started using their face masks on a regular basis. I have felt that my skin is much smoother and glowing. I also use other products offered by them. So far Yllume has proved to be the best for me regarding skin care.
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As a board-certified physician/ dermatologist and dermasurgeon, my passion clearly is in Skin. Over 25 years of studying our largest organ, I have done the homework for consumers. Our research has proven that GLYCOLIC ACIDS (sugar cane) are still our "mainstay" for smooth, glowing, skin. However, over-the-counter products are diluted down/buffered and can be irritating. At Skin, our on-line store provides consumers with physician-strength products, without the doctor's visit or fees! Our goal: WAKE UP NOT MAKE UP ( tm) Why cover up, when we can clear up! Try our WAKE-UP SERUM (tm) which has been our #1 seller for years! **link removed**
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I suggest you have a look at products made from the aloe ferox plant from South Africa. Aloe Ferox is rich in Amino Acids and minerals, stimulating skin rejuvenation with the effect of a smooth, soft and healthy skin. The gel of the African Cape Aloe or Aloe ferox plant, contains 36% more total amino acids and more than 20 times the bitter sap with aloin than it’s counterpart the Aloe Vera plant. The specimens that grows in the Southern Cape of South Africa has the highest aloin content in the country – and therefore the world. Look in Ebay under Aloe Ferox.
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I have been using Oxygen spa products for years and I must tell you that its really showed a great result on my skin and I keep using it till today. I think you can try this.
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I've been using BIOEFFECT serum and day time cream. Both work fantastic on my skin. Would recommend to anyone. Bioeffect brand is not well known in US, however highly popular in Europe and Canada. you can get more info or buy it at ***removed website link***
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Swedish Skin Care is my go to line
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Depends on your skin concern. I'm using Skin Action Sebum Gel. So far no breakout a one month using.
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Compare the labels on Aurume Skincare Elements products with any other products, and you will see why they are the most incredible organic skin care on planet earth! They are truly amazing products! WhereBeautyGrows dot com
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There is a skin cream that is clinically proven to help with fine line, deep lines, tone and texture. Check out my website. We offer 30 day money back guarantee. If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask. Changeisnow.nerium.con
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Personally, I like the products of Alteya Organics. They are based on pure organic Bulgarian rose oil and organic Bulgarian Rose Water. Feeling great on the skin and making you radiant and uplifting. A better rejuvenating skin care product I cannot think of. I order it on-line via the website of Alteya Organics.
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Hi, This is a big question for all of us.My suggestion to this question is that there are lots of companies who provide services or provide products related to skin care in reasonable rates.As per my concern 4life is a best service provider for skin care. The good thing about this cream is that it will not be harmful if we stop the use of it for some days. There are some creams, if we stop the use of it then we will see some side effects to our scene.So try for these products.
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There are well-known (and usually expensive) brands that are touted by many dermatologists and lay persons alike, but the *reasons* behind their high acclaim are the essential ingredients and their percentages that matter. So rather than be give you a mere list of products (e.g., Dr. Perricone, SkinCeuticals, etc.) let me give you my daytime and nightime skin care routine product line and explain why I use them. These products have no oxybenzone or parabens, which are harmful agents: Daytime products (in order): • Glycolix Gly-Sal 10-2 pads (this is great for exfoliation and the salicylic acid is a must to combat against acne or potential acne; leave on for about 5 to 10 minutes) **start off with maybe a 2-2 percent or a 5-2 percent to see how your skin tolerates it before bumping up to a 10-2 percentage.*** • Neutrogena Blackhead Eliminating Daily Scrub (a soft creamy exfoliating scrub that you can use daily; it too has 2% salicylic acid which is good for your skin) •Cosmetic Skin Solutions C E Ferulic serum (C and E stand for Vitamin's C and E and they're essential topical antioxidants to combat against free radicals which are molecules in the environment with an unpaired electron that try to take away electrons for your body, such as your skin, and therefore age you. While free radicals are a part of life your diet, pollution and the sun can increase their production. Using good antioxidants is great for your skin, but do not think this replaces an essential sunscreen! This product is identical to the SkinCeuticals one so don't bother "upgrading" and paying a ridiculous price for it) •SkinCeuticals Phyto + serum (kojic acid for hyperpigmentation, if you have any to worry about. CosmeticSkinSolutions doesn't make this. They make another Phyto product but it doesn't have kojic acid. Get this one.) Mix all three of these when applying: •Philosophy Vitamin C booster (additional antioxidant to boost its efficacy) + •Elta MD broad spectrum sunscreen SPF 47 (make sure it has both zinc oxide and titanium dioxide which are powerful ingredients to combat against both UV-A and UV-B rays from the sun. The former can give you sun spots and wrinkles while the latter causes sunburn. Both, however, can cause skin cancer. If you are of oily skin, Elta MD also sells oil-free sunscreen; this is a dermatology favorite fyi. It is free of oxybenzone and parabens which can be both carcinogenic and hormon disruptive. Methylparaben is especially popular and ridiculous in skincare products because when it combines with UV-B rays it can speed up the aging process!) + •Dermactin TS (idebenone is a slightly different antioxidant that fights against different free radicals. I wouldn't say it's super essential to get this since the scientific literature is a bit scant on it, but the product is good and cheap by compaison to most brands. From what I have researched the only brand that has a full 1% idebenone is Prevage MD which is why dermatologists prefer it, though it is quite pricey; use a small amount) Nighttime products (in order): •Gly-Sal 10-2 pads (see above; leave on for about 15 to 20 minutes) •(St. Ives green tea SCRUB; use 2 to 3 times per week; this is for additional exfoliation) •Avene TriXera soap-free emollient cleansing gel (it's important to use soap-free cleansers to be gentle on the skin and not dry it up excessively. This isn't oil-free, however, so if you do have oily skin, use something like the St. Ives cleanser along with your St. Ives scrub product; watch out for parabens!). •Avene Gentle Toner (alcohol-free so it's gentle on the skin. This minimizes the appearance of large pores. If you look up doctor explanations on RealSelf you'll realize that it's a myth that pores open and close. That's just the impression we get because they're usually clogged. Astringent toners might also be good for you depending on your skin and how prone you are to irritation.) •SkinCeuticals Phyto + (kojic acid for hyperpigmentation is much, much gentler than hydroconone which I would only recommend getting from a dermatologist. This product, however, is perfectly safe and gives you an awesome complexion fading away brown and red spots either from the sun or acne scarring; Make sure it's the Phyto + and not the Phyto Corrective Gel) Mix all three of these when applying: •Virilife Naturals Night Repair Cream (with CoQ10, Resveratrol and palmitoyl pentapeptide-3 are scientifically proven ingredients to stimulate the production of collagen on the skin. Don't fall for products that have collagen. You want to get your own collagen production back up and running. Peptides are great for your skin but the only proven peptide to fight against wrinkles and skin texture and tone is palmitoyl pentapeptide-3. It also goes by palmitoyl pentapeptide 4, which I believe is the new name because chemists originally made a mistake while measuring it. It also goes by the registered name Matrixyl if it's a Proctor and Gamble product. There are other cheaper brands that have this but they usually contain harmful parabens, like Olay's Regenerist. The only other cream I would recommend in its place is Olivia Natural Moisture Cream) + •(mixing about 2 to 3 drops of pure avocado oil every 3 to 4 times per week is a good oil for the skin to act as a barrier for the skin and lock in moisture; brand name is unnecessary. Just get a large pure bottle of it from Amazon which can cost around 4 bucks) + •Dermactin TS (see daytime regimen; idebenone antioxidant; use in small amount) •Retin-A Micro (this is a retinoid; it is prescription only. Retinols are much weaker so if you want to see results use a retinoid, specically Retin-A Micro because it releases it slowly into the skin giving you much better results. This is not carcinogenic and can be used for lifetime. Don't be discourages if flaking or reddening occurs intially. This is normal. Make sure to only wear it at night time, though. Great to use under the eyes, just make sure to avoid the eyes themselves!) Sporadic use: •Dr. Dan’s CortiBalm lip balm (this is recommended by dermatologists a lot because of its 1% hydrocortisone) •AHAVA Dead Sea Mud (once every two weeks; this has rich essential minerals from the actual Dead Sea and the product is pure, meaning no additional ingredients) •Clearasil Vanishing Acne Cream (10% benzoyl peroxide is great for combating acne. If you see signs of reddening or elevated skin that seems to want to break out later, immediately apply a small pea-sized portion to that area. You can either let it sit there or rub it around till it vanishes.) •DLC B Prox 10 Wash (a 10% benzoyl peroxide wash free of parabens) The products above are the affordable versions of expensive products. What matters isn't the brand but the ingredients themselves, but sometimes it's hard to find these for cheap. These products can be purchased at DermStore.com, SkinStore.com, Amazon or eBay. Check for prizes (just use caution with eBay because they could try to rip you off by selling you fakes). Take care!
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