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... Wash face with soft clean cloth in medium warm water, go in circle motions to kind of help the pores breathe. ... (6 replies)
... My pores are constantly clogging especially on my nose and just to the sides of them, I read in a magazine recently that most people only wash their face for about 20 seconds once. The article said to wash for 60 seconds then rinse then repeat and rinse with cold water. ... (6 replies)
... I gues I like to wash before I mask just because you definately need to open your pores first, but every time I used the toner after the mask it smells like rotten eggs or something. ... (6 replies)

... Wash with warm, not hot water and a cleanser Steam the face with a facial steamer to open the pores Mask Rinse with cold water and a toner to close pores Moisterize and eye cream (6 replies)
... Yours sounds good, but I use Cetaphil face wash, but then after I do that, I always exfoliate, lol. Right after that I put on Cetaphil moisturizer. I do this 2 times a day. ... (6 replies)
... I was just wondering if anyone could tell me the best face washing regimen they use daily. This is how mine goes and I'm not sure if it is good. ... (6 replies)
... How your skin reacts to one tanner is the same way that it will react to all of them. If it looks orange to you, than it doesn't matter which tanner you get, it will still produce the same results. ... (9 replies)
... Then I discovered jojoba oil!!! I wash my face with noxema cleanser for combination skin, rinse then apply a thin layer of jojoba oil before bed. ... (6 replies)
... Have you ever used Burt's Bees Garden Tomato toner? If so, have you checked the ingredients list?: this toner contains SD Alcohol 40-B (from yellow corn) which is a specially denatured alcohol acceptable for use in cosmetics. There are MANY different kinds of alchol, and it's isopropyl that tends to be drying, or un-denatured ethyl alcohol.......feel free to correct me if... (14 replies)
... CUZ IT WONT OVERDRY YOUR SKIN. IF YOU ARE REALLY REALLY OILY THAT IS THE ONLY TIME I WOULD SAY YOU SHOULD USE THE BURTS BEES, AND I MEAN THAT IF YOU WASH YOUR FACE YOUR SKIN IS OILY A HALF HOUR LATER........ ... (14 replies)
... I USED to do that.. putting on tinted self tanners with the color guide at night and showering in the morning and it was fine, BUT I ruined some pajamas that way after so much of it got on them and it would only wash off some of it. ... (62 replies)
... Thanks, you're right about the smell. That's what made me think I was doing something in the wrong order. I'm gonna try you're tips guys, thanks again. (6 replies)
... I would really recommend you see a dermatologist. I know it's expensive, but it's really the best way to nip it in the bud. If you can't, won't see a dermatologist, then I can make a few recommendations. ... (8 replies)
... I was wondering what is the best way to go... ... (4 replies)
... My skin on my face is also dry and especially in the New England winters. I use plain glycerin. ... (14 replies)
... an easy way to inflame your skin and also to allow bacteria to invade the area and cause blemishes. ... (9 replies)
Black heads (nose)
Sep 17, 2001
... follow with a face scrub. ... (1 replies)
... And you think that this is the only option for her? (13 replies)
... Blotting sheets, blotting sheets, blotting sheets! These things are lifesavers and truly are what work best for me. I go through them very fast, but they are a must have for me. ... (13 replies)
... constantly on your skin is mainy Staph. aureus. Generally, they do not harm us, being their hosts, but if a break in the skin occurs, they can easily find their way inside, and when they are inside of our skin tissues, these once harmless bacteria can cause quite the infection. ... (1 replies)




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