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  1. https://www.ebay.com/itm/273561424631
  2. I hope I am not violating any terms/conditions of this forum use because i am sharing a 5 question multiple choice poll relating to natural after-sun care products/routines and needs. I'd greatly appreciate your feedback. I will also share the questions below in hopes of generating discussion/advise on the topic! 5 Question Poll Link: http://goo.gl/CWNhHX 5 Questions: 1. What is your biggest skin concern? 2. Do you have an after-sun skin care routine? 3. How easy is it for you to find gentle but effective sun careyou can trustto actually use on problematic areas? 4. Have you stepped into the world of natural beauty yet? 5. With your skin concern(s) in mind... Do you feel underserved with naturalsun care options available? [Gentle & Effective SPF/After-Sun/Moisturizers/Sunburn Lotions]
  3. Terrie Dawson

    Adult Acne

    Suffering from serious adult acne. What to do? I have got these problems also: Oily Skin Skin patches Please suggest me some solutions.
  4. Hi all, I need your suggestions. I have very dark black brown spots all over my face. I am looking for good coverage foundation and bought dermocol 208 after checking the reviews. Although i have very fair skin but the color of the foundation is too light and looks white all over the face as paint is applied. As there are very good reviews of the product available, i would like to know if someone can guide me how to use a lighter shade foundation on the skin and particularly how to use lighter shade dermocol suits best on your skin and cover my spots. i would seek your help and recommendations. Thanks in advance
  5. fearlesschic

    Tips For Fighting Acne

    I've found that acne is usually due to overactive sebaceous glands or oily skin. The biggest tip when fighting acne is having a skin care system that is all "natural" and "oil free", possibly Botanical Based. During Summer months when temperatures are much warmer, keeping moist wipes that lack fragrance to remove heavy sweat and oil from the face and neck areas. Don't forget SPF 30! Night time facial care is also important, especially to remove make up due to its pore clogging potential. http://www.fearlesschicskincare.com
  6. 25R

    Retinol A

    Hello! I saw the following video on yt and I was so impressed! I am really thinking of adding the retinol A in my skincare routine. Has anyone of you used it? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqkt9rYtt2Q
  7. Emilysmith88

    Home Remedies for Acne

    1. Apply some apple cider vinegar Apple cider vinegar is a powerhouse when it comes to acting as an acne remedy. Why? It kills off the bacteria that may be causing all the trouble in the first place. It also becomes alkaline, and balances the pH of your skin, which in turn makes it harder for bacteria to thrive. To top it off it’s an astringent, like lemon juice, and will help dry up excess oil. Keeping that in mind, don’t overdo and dry out your skin too much. This could cause the sebaceous glands overproduce to compensate, therefore triggering an outbreak. You will need… -Pure unfiltered apple cider vinegar -Fresh water Directions Wash your face with water and pat dry. Using a ratio of 1 part vinegar to 3 parts water, dip a cotton ball into vinegar and apply it directly to the blemish. Leave on for at least 10 minutes, or overnight. Reapply several times a day, washing face thoroughly after each time. Make sure to use a moisturizer afterwards as well if you feel like your skin is getting dry. 2. Make a cinnamon and honey mask Honey is sticky, and cinnamon is spicy, and it seems like they’re both things you’d want to avoid getting near your skin. Surprisingly, while it may sound strange, honey and cinnamon make a (literally) killer combo when it comes to acne. Cinnamon has antimicrobial properties, so it can help stop bacteria from getting out of hand. If it does, the honey is a natural anti-biotic, ready and waiting to wipe the little buggers out. You will need… -2 tablespoons of honey -1 teaspoon of cinnamon – paper towels Directions Rinse your face with water and pat dry. Mix 2 tablespoons of honey and 1 teaspoon of cinnamon together until they are thoroughly blended and have formed a sort of paste. Apply the mask to your face (or spot treat) and leave on for 10-15 minutes. Rinse off completely, and pat your face dry. This is a sticky mixture, so make sure you have some paper towels at on hand. 3. The land of milk and honey (or yogurt) While there is quite a bit of hub bub around dairy products causing acne, applied topically it seems that milk can improve your outbreaks and skin tone. The reason it is suggested that milk would cause acne is because of the extra hormones in it-but unless it’s ingested, this doesn’t really do much. For the most part, it just soothes the irritated skin, and helps tone down the redness. Cleopatra swore on the milk baths she took, and well, she was Cleopatra. You could also use yogurt. The acids in it are antibacterial while the fat provides moisture, making it quite nourishing for skin. You will need… – 1 tablespoon plain low-fat or full-fat yogurt or milk, anything but skim – 1 tablespoon of natural, raw, honey Directions Let yogurt or milk come to room temperature (or close to) so you don’t get a chilly shock when you put it on your skin. Mix 1 tablespoon of milk or yogurt thoroughly with 1 tablespoon of honey. You can apply the mixture with a cotton pad, but scooping it up and patting it on works just fine as well. Let each layer dry before adding a new one, until the mask is the thickness you want. Let it sit for 10-15 minutes. Wash your mask off and use a washcloth to gently scrub in a circular motion, getting rid of loosened dead skin. Once you’re finished, moisturize as usual. 4. Whip up some ‘whites Egg whites are an easy and affordable way to help reduce acne and fade scars left by unfortunate blemishes. The reason people have found egg whites to be helpful for their skin is because they’re chock full of proteins and vitamins that both combat acne, and help to rebuild your skin cells. They also soak up excess oil, which means excess sebum, (exactly what you were thinking right?) which means less stuff for bacteria to feed on. Hooray! Just make sure to use a good moisturizer afterwards, as they can dry your skin out a bit. You will need… -2 to 3 egg whites, separated from yolks -Bowl -Washcloth Directions Rinse your face with water and pat dry. Separate the whites from the yolks. You can use as many as you like, but normally 2 to 3 is enough. Whisk the whites until they’re frothy, and let them sit for a few minutes. Cover your face with the mixture (applying with fingertips is easy) focusing on problem spots. 3 to 4 layers is usually enough, but make sure to wait the first has dried before applying more. Allow the mask to sit and dry for about 20 minutes before rinsing off completely with warm water and a patting dry with a soft washcloth. Apply moisturizer appropriate for your skin type. 5. Aloe for acne Aloe vera gel can be used with other things to fight acne, but it’s a good thing on its own as well. If it’s going to be used on its own, the best is to have a little aloe plant floating around in your house, otherwise a good gel that’s sold in stores may work as well-just do some research on which ones have the least amount of additives. Not only is the aloe soothing, it works as an anti-inflammatory, decreasing redness and swelling. It also has antibacterial properties. You will need… -Enough aloe vera gel to spot treat or cover your problem areas Directions Wash your face with water and pat dry. Using your fingertips or a Q-tip, apply the aloe directly to your problem areas.
  8. Hi girls! As my login indicates, I am a 20-year-old girl from Poland. I create this topic to get any advice regarding my long-standing problem. For 2 years I have been struggling with subcutaneous pustules around my chin. Unfortunately, no peels, facials that have been used so far do not help ... I am begging for some advice from You-girls. I will be very grateful for any answer :))
  9. Aging is inevitable, no matter how much you take care of your body. Still, caring well for your body gives you the advantage of staying healthy and keeping your organs, including your skin, properly functioning. One of the most pressing skin aging concerns is how to get rid of nasolabial folds, most especially because when these lines show up, they show up quite prominently on the face. What Are Nasolabial Folds? Also known as “laugh lines” or “smile lines,” these signs of aging appear as deep furrows running from the outer sides of your nose and connects with the corners of your mouth. Those lines have been on your face ever since but, as you age and lose fats to cushion your face, these lines appear more deeply etched on your skin. While nasolabial folds cannot be avoided, there are top tips as to how to get rid of nasolabial folds using a combination of DIY, in-clinic, and surgical treatments. 10 Tips To Erase Nasolabial Folds Quite differently from crepey skin treatments, listed below are ten ways by which you can fade or even make your nasolabial folds disappear entirely: 1. At-Home Exfoliation: Every skin, young or old, and of any type, requires periodic exfoliation. Exfoliation becomes even more helpful for aging skin. Sloughing off the top layer stimulates faster rates of collagen production at higher volumes which, in turn, facilitates speedier skin regeneration and more frequent skin turnovers to make skin renewal happen. 2. DIY Hydrating Mask: Deep moisturizing regularly with a mask can also help plump your skin, intensively conditioning it and making it appear denser and more volumized. Hydrating masks are easily accessible from your favorite beauty bar but, you can easily blend your mask right at home. Here are two hydrating masks that you can concoct and apply on your face: •Banana and Honey: Simply blend together two pieces of bananas. Add 5 spoonfuls of honey. Banana facilitates both exfoliation and simultaneously delivers potassium, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E to your skin. Honey is a very effective humectant that seriously draws in moisture to your skin. •Yogurt, Lemon, and Olive Oil. Yogurt and lemon both have natural skin exfoliating properties. Yogurt contains lactic acid. Other than exfoliating, lemon also delivers powerful antioxidants that revitalize your skin complexion while also lightening your skin tone. Olive oil is seriously moisturizing. 3. Facial Exercises And Massaging: You can easily DIY by Googling up techniques to firm up your facial muscles. These exercises and massage techniques strengthen the support structure underneath your skin. You can also opt for dry skin brushing and dermal rollers to help stimulate microcirculation and improve nutrient uptake. 4. Professional Chemical Peels: There are many choices if you take this route. Among the top considerations are your skin’s tolerance to chemical peels, skin type, the results that you want to achieve, and the depth of your nasolabial folds. Your skin care professional will guide you through the process which may take several sessions to complete. 5. Microdermabrasion: This procedure makes use of a fine material that gently sloughs off your skin’s top layer. By doing so, your skin becomes better capable of regenerating and turning over. 6. Skin Tightening Therapy Procedures: Under this category falls non-invasive and minimally invasive procedures, and sometimes, even a combination of, laser treatments, radiofrequency treatments, and, ultrasound. 7. Subcision: This procedure involves injecting a hypodermic needle at very specific angles just underneath your skin. The injection stimulates faster skin renewal and rejuvenation which plumps your skin and gives your skin a smoother appearance. 8. Filler Injections and Botox: Two increasingly popular solutions for correcting any kind of wrinkle, botox and filler injections such as with collagen and hyaluronic acid, can instantly plump your skin and make it appear fuller. In turn, your skin appears smoother when viewed from the surface. These procedures may require follow-ups and will have to be retouched every 3 or 4 months. 9. Plastic Surgery: You should consider this highly invasive and risky wrinkle correcting procedure last. Don’t jump into it without knowing your risks fairly well. Results can last for a very long time. 10. Makeup: Covering up your laugh lines is an instant solution to hide those unwanted lines. Here’s how you can use makeup to cover up your nasolabial folds: •Prep your skin with primer then apply your foundation. •Use your concealer to lighten up your folds. •Using a highlighter pencil, draw under (not on) your laugh lines. •Blend in and top with a shimmery blush. Conclusion There is a wide variety of corrective procedures to soften and fade your nasolabial folds. In the end, maintenance will also be key to maintaining a wrinkle-free skin. To do that, you need a strategy that not only involves your skin but also caring for your entire body.
  10. queenkei_mk

    You biggest skin Challenges

    Hola! So excited to be here in a community full of people who are in to skin care and make up. I'm curious to know what skin issues you all have and what you have done to overcome them or what you have tried and if it has worked. I am a hyper pigmentation sufferer. Both of my cheeks are shades darker in spots than the rest of my face. I have tried a few natural remedies that improved the problem but did not get rid of it completely. Anyone else out there with similar problems? What helped? TIA
  11. I almost always have whiteheads either on my upper lip, or around my mouth, or on the sides of my nose. I'm wondering what the best, all-natural acne spot treatment is? I have brown, relatively oily skin. Has the Zit fighter from plant therapy or the DoTerra HD Clear Topical Ointment worked for anyone? There's another blend from a pretty trusted essential oil company (Original Swiss Aromatics) called Acne Magic. I'm looking for the most potent treatment!
  12. I've just gotten into makeup, and i'm finding a really hard time trying to get my skin to be smooth and not roughly textured. I have extreeeeeeeeeeeemely dry skin and acne. I have tiny little bumps on my forehead and quite a lot of blackheads on my nose. I've tried masks, exfoliating, moisturising (i use coconut oil for moisturising and this works tremendously for me) My entire T-zone is rough textured, and bumpy. I have no idea how i can combat this because all i strive for is smooth skin. I'm 16 years old and i understand my acne can be hormonal and because of puberty, but is there any way at all i can fix my rough textured skin problem? Anything all would help, Thankyou!!
  13. AnyMakeupArtist

    Mung Beans for acne scars

    I have been researching on how to get rid of acne naturally. I found the Chinese method of scar removal. Chinese people use mung beans to clear their faces. You can buy the mung beans powder from any cosmetic store. Apply the mung bean mask on the skin. It is very beneficial.
  14. Giang Phương

    My acne story, how to remove pimples

    Helle beautys. This is my true story, how to remove pimples on my face. It is a terrible experience. Im queezing acne and hope it will be ok everyday I have a video about it but i dont know about attach that file in here. So you can see it on this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9enoeUBjAVE
  15. Hey guys! So I'm 25, live a pretty casual lifestyle, but all of a sudden, I've noticed my skin is breaking out like CRAZY! I never had acne as a teenager (honestly---never), and all of a sudden, I wake up these days with another blemish on my face (primarily my chin). I've been reading up on the potential causes of adult acne (read a couple of resource pages like http://www.skinmedix.com/is-my-lifestyle-causing-my-adult-acne/) but I'm still embarrassed to admit, I don't know what's causing it. I really don't eat a poor diet, get a good night's sleep, but I'm thinking is, maybe it's something in the air? Or maybe it's my skin reacting to something new? Any ideas? Thanks!
  16. Hey guys! This is a Holiday Tutorial I did recently that I forgot to post. I have some acne issues and since I love makeup so much I decided to film a tutorial. I'm sorry for the low quality. I just recently got a better quality camera. Had to start somewhere, right? Hope you like! I'm still getting the hang of making the videos. Let me know what you think.
  17. 1. Use warm water and cleanser for thoroughly cleaning. 2. Do oil-control and moisturizing. 3. Use anti-acne product contains SALICYLIC ACID, CAMOMILE EXTRACT and WITCH HAZEL EXTRACT. 4. Keep a good living and eating habits.
  18. Hi, I'm 28 and recently have been breaking out. I've tried a lot of drugstore acne products and haven't had much luck. Has anyone here tried the Arithmetic Acne Control Complex? The reviews look pretty good.
  19. Hi guys, Looking for opinions on the best things I can do for my skin to 1) get rid of oil and 2) stop getting zits. I'm 28 years old and I've always had oily skin. My skin gets oily ~5-10 minutes post-shower and post-exfoilation; with or without makeup. I typically wear my hair pulled back from my face in a ponytail because I can't imagine even more oil. So I'm looking for a routine that will help both of these issues - cleaners, cleansers, toners, exfoliators, and moisturizers (which scare me currently, because...oil.) Any advice is appreciated.
  20. The majority of the time my skin is clear with a few bad spots here and there. I finally got it all cleared up for prom but then BAM three days before Prom my skin starts to get random breakouts in addition to small bumps which can only mean one thing: more pimples to come. Hooray. I'm aware of all the home acne treatments that are out there. I'm just wondering what works the FASTEST. Thanks!

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