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  1. Hello everyone, as the title suggests, I am wondering what night cream I should start using. There are so many products out there, it is impossible to research them all to find out what might work best to try. So I am looking for advice from you girls and open to any suggestions of what works best for you. I will begin by saying that I am 20 years old (female) and I have never used a night cream before, but realise it will be a good step to add into my daily routine. What I am looking for is a product with antioxidants to eliminate the daily stress and toxins that the skin might have picked up. I also favour products that are enriched with vitamins. I need something that works to keep skin clear as sometimes my skin is okay, but other times I can break out badly (not even sure why, my skin is pretty random). I am concerned that if I overuse a product (i.e get in a pattern of using it every day), that my skin will rely on it to stay healthy. I like the idea of maintaining radiant skin and products being an addition to this that compliment it and my skin won't misbehave if I end up missing it out a night or so. I have tried a few acne prone treatment products and in some cases found my skin worse - maybe it was too harsh as I have delicate skin - or maybe it was my skin getting used to it, who knows, but it has put me off a bit. I prefer products with fewer chemicals and that is a lot more natural based. I would choose water-based products because I feel I am less likely to break out over oil-based ones, whilst hydrating my skin. My skin type has always been on the drier side, but it doesn't bother me a lot because it feels nice after using just a drop of moisturiser. I always use highly hydrating moisturiser and let that get to work. The product that is standing out to me is the Revaléskin Night Cream. What are your reviews/opinions on this particular product if you've tried it? I particularly like the fact this product contains CoffeeBerry whole fruit extract, which protects the skin cells from free radical damage as I am guilty of going tanning now and again. At this present time, it would be important for me to have this in a product for me (whether it is in a night cream or of separate usage). I don't mind investing in good products if it is going to make a difference in my overall health and appearance. However, I don't want to spend a lot of money if it isn't worth all the hype and if there are similar products out there to try first. Thank you for taking your time to read and reply.
  2. jenluvspopcorn

    fave body scrub? natural

    Hey guys! what do you use for face or body scrubs that is all natural and organic?! im tired of using chemicals and even the expensive brands arent worth it I found @atpcoffee on instagram and theyre AMAZING. its all natural stuff, essential oils, but they use coffee as the exfoliator! my skin feels so clean fresh and smooth. cant go a few days without it Oh they also have a scrub that is coconut and coffee and smells heavenly. yummy!! what have you guys found?
  3. 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.
  4. Beautybeat22

    New to Mink EYELASHES

    Hey beauties I’m kind of new to the whole strip eyelashes thing, not like just started yesterday new but maybe 6 months ago kind of new. But there this pace on IG called @lashloveofficial they have amazing Mink eyelashes!! Like so pretty!!!! I think the prices ran from about $6 -$15 I ordered mine 2 days ago and they came today !! I love them !! There web site is http://Www.lashloveofficial.com I wanna know has anyone else’s try’s them but if now go check the out !! And thank me later lol 💋💋
  5. So I am SUPER pale. I have tried several concealers in the lightest shades they offer, usually those are drugstore brands, buy I am still too pale for them and they end up looking kind of dull and they don't brighten anything at all. I am also, hella broke. I really wish I could afford to invest in like Tarte Shape tape or something, because the lightest shade does actually suit my skin. But unfortunately I am only 16 and I don't have a job. Does anyone know what I should do OR does anyone want to hmu with a sephora gift card..... It's a problem.
  6. Check out my Youtube video and give me your feedback! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9P6QsZ6OLF4
  7. AnyMakeupArtist

    What is wrong with brown color?

    People in South Asia are willing to change their skin color. It is seen that Asian people are using fairness creams. They don’t understand the cons of white/fair skin. Fair skin causes more wrinkles than brown.
  8. It is a continuation to a previous thread. I have done facial cupping 1 month ago. I have heard a lot about it removes the pre mature aging. But it does not work for me. My skin has become worsen. Can anyone recommend me some good suggestion that will work for me? Thank you.
  9. 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!!
  10. I have done face cupping before a week but the cupping marks are not fading away. My sister wedding is going to take place on 10 December, 2k16. I just want to know any one of you who has done face cupping. After how many days do the cupping marks will fade away?
  11. Reason #1: You Turn Your Skin Into the Sahara Desert at the First Sign of a Pimple Reason #2: You’re Not Really Removing Your Makeup Reason #3: You’re Not Using Retinol Reason #4: You’re Layering Products With Abandon Reason #5: You’re Off of Your Exfoliation Game Reason #6: You’re Eating Like a College Student ASK ME WHY AND HOW!
  12. Terrie Dawson

    Sun-tanned skin, HELP..?

    I am a working women and I've to be out there in sun for 2-3 hours. Please recommend me a good sunscreen or any brightener cream to get rid of the tanned skin as this looks so bad.
  13. Terrie Dawson

    Skincare Regime for oily skin.

    Hey there, I am girl in my 20's. My problem is that my skin is very oily, and I don't want to get engaged with the various cosmetics so early. So, I want some natural (Home-made) tips to get rid of the problem. One more thing is people say try to keep your skin as hydrated as you can. I mean how.. ? Drinking so much of water is not possible for me, Is there any other way to hydrate my skin.
  14. 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!
  15. Hi everyone! I typically have normal to dry skin, but dry patches are definitely accentuated when I apply foundation. The most dry parts of my face are my T-zone. I'm looking for a setting spray (that could also possibly work as primer so I don't have to buy two...that would be nice) that can hold for a long time and can hydrate my skin. Anything on the cheaper end is preferable. I have been thinking about: UD Chill Mary Kay Kat Von D Lock n Load Suggestions??
  16. Hi all!! I just joined! How are you? Where are you from? I am from Puerto Rico! Now, for the serious stuff. Aside from lip balms, and some hard to find lip scrubs, do you know of any lip treatment? A good, proven and guaranteed lip treatment? I have a secret to share, but would love to hear from you first! Fun facts about lips: They're made of two things: muscle and the thinnest skin on your body. "Your lips are more susceptible to sun damage than any other part of your body," says Amy Wechsler, a dermatologist in New York City. They never perspire, and they can never get a pimple. That's because your lips don't have any sweat or oil glands. (Every other square inch of your skin—except for the palms of your hands and the soles of your feet—has oil glands.) This is why lips can get chapped even in warm weather and are so easily irritated, even by saliva: They lack the protective benefits of natural oils. Along with nipples, lips have the highest density of nerve endings of any area on the body, says Wechsler. That explains why they're an erogenous zone and, OK, so does one other thing: "The skin on your lips is actually a type of skin called mucosa," says Joshua Zeichner, a dermatologist in New York City. That's the same skin that you find, um, below the belt. (Source: Allure)
  17. I have heard a bunch of people of YouTube rave about this product. I had acne in high school and I have some scars left from it on my cheeks. Now, I really like the look of perfect skin and I don't like wearing cover up all the time. Has anyone used this microdermabrasion device before? What was your experience? .. also, is this product any different from the local microdermabrasion kits I can pick up from a drugstore?
  18. Hellooooo my beautiful peopleeee! It has been quite a few months since I have been on here and I'm so sad about it but I am back ya'll! I'm so excited to be connecting with all of you again and just makeup talk. ;-) What better way to come back than to give you guys a video? Let me know what you guys think. I love you all! :-D
  19. Hellooooo my beautiful peopleeee! It has been quite a few months since I have been on here and I'm so sad about it but I am back ya'll! I'm so excited to be connecting with all of you again and just makeup talk. ;-) What better way to come back than to give you guys a video? Let me know what you guys think. I love you all! :-D
  20. makeupteer

    Foundation

    Is it better to find great foundation that lasts long at a drug store (CVS, Walgreens, etc) or a designer brand? Why?
  21. 1. Thoroughly cleansing: cosmetics over night is the key cause dark and dull skin; 2. Use cotton pat with toner to wipe face: secondary deeply cleansing; 3. Do not forget using moisturizing product: skin dehydration is an important reason of dark skin; 4. Rub hands to warm and put on the face after applying cream: Keep away from dark skin by locking moisture firmly.
  22. 06:30 Get rid of toxin 08:30 Be Healthier 11:00 Refresh and relax oneself 12:50 Reduce burden and loss weight 15:00 Energizing oneself 17:30 Digestion and absorption 22:00 Promote digestive system and blood circulation
  23. What is the standard??? Here is a graphic for reference.
  24. 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.

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