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Dermalogica Ultra Calming Barrier Defense Booster New at EDS!

Dermalogica Ultra Calming Barrier Defense Booster   
Size: 30 ml
Price: $77.28 USD 

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Concentrated oil booster soothes, nourishes and moisturizes to restore balance to sensitive skin. Triple Defense Complex nourishes the skin, relieves dryness and reinforces barrier integrity against future irritation.
Squalane locks in moisture while soothing Oat Oil helps combat sensitivity and support healthy-looking skin. Use prior to, or mix with, your moisturizer for UltraCalming™ benefits.

- Reinforces the skin’s naturally-protective barrier against environmental assault.
- Nourishes and soothes irritated skin.
- Helps prevent skin irritation before it starts.

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Sensitive and Dry skin, irritated skin.


Dispense 6-10 drops into palm and rub hands together. Pat gently over face, neck and chest. Or, mix with your moisturizer, then apply. Use twice a day for continuous relief.


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REVIEW: ReLuma Skin Illuminating Anti Age Serum
oppsie!!! I didn't think of the shipping address, and I'll have you know, since I have not finished Sephora's list, I am still way under budget :D

Ok Ok as long as you don't use my CC to buy Gummy Bears! :lol:

Just know I have that shipping address!

Burnout Sunscreen Review (physical sunscreen) -RAVE
Seems mainly one person on this forum keeps bringing this non issue up.(not you summer2004) Unless your a hairless mouse or using it with copper, I would not have any concerns. Besides, those studies are referring to Aloe Vera alone. Not in a well formulated product like Burnout with many other ingredients that are anti-UV such as Zinc.

LOL you can hide your head in the sand Panda but others realize aloe is a bad idea in sunscreens too. EvaVictoria MD on Longecity (for one) spoke about

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What our customers are saying

I just wanted to write and thank you again for such a wonderful time spent in your spa on Saturday, the 29th of September - my friend and I are from Washington State and were on a cruise ship docked in Vancouver Harbor.
Thanks so much to Margaret for starting me out just right. The massage was heavenly - it felt so good to relax and let someone take care of me for a change. I'm a single Mom, and for the past 10 years its always been about someone else. I was horribly stressed and frazzled when I went in (which was one of the reasons for the cruise) but I left feeling like a new person with my calmness and spirituality back in tact. This spa visit was a very special luxury for me.
The facial was a pleasant surprise. It was my first, and I think I'm hooked. I'm sorry that I can't remember the technician that helped me, as she was wonderful. My face felt so very smooth and soft for a good day or two after. And the wash and toner that I bought are making a difference. I'm going to find someone here locally to help me get back on track.
My nails and toes looked great for our formal evening on the ship on Saturday night. Thanks to both of those technicians for working in cramped conditions just to get me finished in time.
I just wanted to say how professional everyone was. I was quite pleased that even though there were three people in my room at one time, not a word was spoken between them unless it had to do with the treatment.

With warm regards,