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Dermalogica skincare products

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by newyorker, Apr 11, 2005.

  1. newyorker

    newyorker Senior member

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    I want to share positive experience using the Derrmalogica range of skincare products. These products are unisex.

    I use their:
    1) cleanser
    2) exfoliant
    3) masque
    4) toner
    5) moisturizer

    I perform steps 1 to 5 above every morning before heading to the office. In the evening after the day at the office, I cleanse while I shower.

    I've been doing this consistently for about a month and last weekend, I was given two compliments by two separate persons on how my face looked healthy and how my face shined. These compliments were given totally unsolicited.

    I would highly recommend the Dermalogicac products and I think that the results would be worth the effort if one sticks to a daily regimen above.

    They carry a lot of different types of cleansers, etc and one should select the appropriate ones based on one's skin type.
     
  2. YMark

    YMark Well-Known Member

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    Dermalogica makes some great products. I'm glad you're enjoying them. One thing though, I hate having a face that shines. It looks like your face is oily. I prefer a moisterizer that doesn't make your face shine.
     
  3. newyorker

    newyorker Senior member

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    By shine I do not mean -- and I do not think the person who gave me the compliment meant -- that it shone in an oily/greasy way. What I meant by 'shine' was that the skin was very 'bright' and 'vibrant' while still being matte. Does that make sense?
     
  4. YMark

    YMark Well-Known Member

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    That makes sense. Now I'm with you.
     
  5. Andrew V.

    Andrew V. Senior member

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    newyorker, your advice is not very helpful unless you tell us which specific products you recommend. Dermalogica makes about eight cleansers, three exfoliants, five masques, and many moisturizers.

    Also, what are you doing for daily sun-protection? I hope that you're not relying on Dermalogica's sunscreens, because almost all of theirs lack UVA-protecting ingredients.
     
  6. unstacy

    unstacy New Member

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    If you need a good pack with SPF, MD Forte makes a great package set that includes a Hydrating cleanser, Rejuvenation Lotion, Advanced Hydrating Complex Gel, and an SPF. I like having it all in one pack. It's worth it for the price and it'll last a long time.
     
  7. newyorker

    newyorker Senior member

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    The specific moisturizer, cleanser and exfoliant that you use must be determined by your skin type, and I cannot advise you on that. I used to go to a place for facials and one of the staff designed a regimen for me and selected the appropriate Dermalogica products for me.

    I am using Dermalogicacsheer tint moisture spf15 as my moisturizer and sunscreen.
     

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