What are your HG beauty products/skin care tips?

posted 2 years ago in Beauty
Post # 2
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963 posts
Busy bee

KeeKalena:  Please tell me more about Korean skin care routine! 

 

Lately, I’ve been trying to cut down my products. Right now I’m using:

Cleanser: Coconut Oil

Toner: DermaE with vitamin C

Serum: OZ Natural 

Moisturizer: Either Vitamin A, evening primrose oil, or rosehip seed oil 

 

 

Post # 4
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963 posts
Busy bee

That is a lot of steps! I get lazy sometimes with my 3-4. lol

So do you usually do all that? Is the cleansing oil and foam cleanser too much? 

Rosehip is amazing. I thought it would smell better though. Maybe like roses.

Post # 5
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

My skin has never been better in my life (at 36 years old) and that is thanks to three simple things.

1) WATER- drink lots of that.

2) Clarisonic- use about 4 times a week.

3) Cetaphil moisturiser. I have used every darn costly cream known to womankind, and this does the job as well, if not better, and is cheap. I will never be tricked again by fancy packaging.

🙂

Post # 9
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Busy bee

KeeKalena:  I’ve been thinking about a PMD. You think it’s worth the money? Did you order from their site?

Post # 10
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Bumble bee

I have a few things that I like:

– Coconut oil to remove makeup (or jojoba, if it’s closer)

– Any sensitive skin non foaming cleanser with my Clarisonic (At the moment, La Roche Posay Toleraine)

– 1/4 strength apple cider vinegar as toner

– Rose hip oil or jojoba at night

– Alpha H Liquid Gold is genius, but it’s too much with a Clarisonic. Sad face. Highly recommended though!

 

Post # 12
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: October 2013

My “routine” is really simple.

Morning – Dickinson’s Witch Hazel toner and then Cetaphil moisturizer

Night – Use Cetaphil makeup remover wipes (I prefer the Simple ones though). Wash with my Clarisonic with Purity cleanser (I’m about to try out a new Mario Badescu cleanser when my Purity runs out) and then Cetpahil moisturizer

I would love to find a good serum or something to help with my redness if anyone has a recommendation that isn’t crazy expensive. I’ve been thinking about the Clinique Even Better but haven’t pulled the trigger…

Post # 14
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6000 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: October 2013

 

KeeKalena:  I haven’t really tried any serums. I used to have the Clinique Even Better (way back when it first came out) but I was in high school and didn’t use it regularly so I didn’t get much out of it. I was reading reviews for Mario Badescu’s Vitamin C serum and everyone seems to love it. Maybe I’ll check it out. The Dickinson’s is really nice because it’s cheap and it doesn’t burn or sting like some toners do to my skin.

Post # 15
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

I just use cetaphil to wash and moisturize and the prescription retin a gel my dermatologist gives me.  I also use a daily suncreen (the cheap oil of olay is what my derm said to use).  My dermatologist says all expensive skin care products are a complete waste of money and that prescription retin a gel works the best.  that and a little botox when you hit a certain age.  With all the money you save not buying expensive skin care products, you can afford the retin a and the botox.

  • This reply was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by  NavyBee.
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