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post #16 of 21
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The Gillette stuff from the drugstore works just fine for me...
I also use something from the drugstore but can't remember the name of it. It's not Gillette but it is often located next to it.
post #17 of 21
Huge fan of Nancy Boy. It's far from the cheapest (I bought their $50 night cream) but I've tried drugstore stuff that I read good reviews about and nothing worked nearly as well. The good news is that a little bit goes a very long way and I've been using the same jar for around 4 months now. I don't use it all the time though. I've read good things about a brand called CeraVe and might try that next as a cheaper option.
post #18 of 21
I have oily skin, and I have been using Kiehl's Sodium PCA Oil-Free Moisturizer.
post #19 of 21
Just recently inquired about the same thing (skin care) bought some DDF products..exfoliating cleanser w/ Moisturizer...oil free and feels very light on the skin. Been using it for about ummm three weeks now and I love it and I can have dry-oily skin.
post #20 of 21
i use baxters of california oil free (as i have oily skin) anthony logistics clay mask,nickel facial scrub,australia bodycare tea tree oil face wash (tried elemis but didnt rate it at all) and american crew tea tree body wash with long handled scrubbing brush for back and exfoliating gloves for everything else lol. i have also got into safety razors and real shaving products as opposed to some crappy mach 3 with that foam in a can stuff.merkur hd with derby or feather blades,rooney badger brush,taylors of bond street shaving cream tub (almond,lemon and lime and sandalwood are my faves) an alum block (that really is a god send,and incredibly cheap) and shaving is now a lot longerBUT a bit more enjoyable.
post #21 of 21
How do you guys judge that you have oily skin or not? I just bought the Cetaphil Daily Facial Moisturizer. It claims to also provide UVA/UVB protection. Guess I'll see how it performs in the coming days and weeks. It was only $12.99 at the store so I guess it wasn't so bad if it doesn't really work.
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