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Tue Feb 22, 2005 2:25 am      Reply with quote
I know I have reviewed this once before from a sample I received but I got the full size product yesterday so thought I would share this morning's experience with you.

I set the alarm for 10 minutes ealier today, had the mask by the side of the bed, and when the alarm went off, I reached out for it. It took me a few seconds to realise it was never going to come out with the silver seal still on Embarassed Anyway, it took me another minute to actually get this off (not easy in the dark) and then I squirted out too much. What the heck I thought, and I layered it under my eyes and laid back to resume those thoughts of Johnny Depp It was so cool and refreshing on my eyes it was a real treat. I dozed for 15 minutes and then thought I had better get a move on. I expected to be scraping off excess mask from under my eyes and blow me it had all SUNK IN. How dehydrated must I have been. This is going to be my new routine for a week or two and I'll keep you posted as to whether I drown out those fine lines lurking around there. Very Happy
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Dermalogica Skin Hydrating Masque (75 ml / 2.5 oz)
Dermalogica Skin Hydrating Masque (75 ml / 2.5 oz)

A refreshing, oil-free gel masque of calming botanicals and antioxidant vitamins that restores critical moisture to stressed skin.

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Tue Feb 22, 2005 4:28 am      Reply with quote
Sounds good Cindi!

In the future, could you please post any followup reviews to your original thread? It makes things neater because people can refer to your initial review without having to search for it. Thanks Smile

For those who want to see the first review, it's here
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Tue Feb 22, 2005 4:37 am      Reply with quote
Of course, sorry Mabsy Embarassed
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No worries, it's just that most people's innitial reaction to a followup review is to see if the opinion has changed from the original and to see if there's any additional info.

Btw, did you ever try the Multivitamin Power Recovery mask from Dermalogica? I really like that one even though it looks scarily orange and unhealthy while it's on Laughing
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I did try that mask but that made me come out in a few spots, which are only just fading now, so I definately wont be getting that one. I was looking at their cleansers last night, I think I checked back some old reviews and there was some from yourself from a year ago. Of course I know now your waiting for your Cellex C is it? I looked at that but its almost £60 Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed I'd need it to last at least 6 months for that price Laughing
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Tue Feb 22, 2005 5:05 am      Reply with quote
Sounds great Cindi. When you say it sinked in, was there anything to wash off? When you put it on did it feel like a mask or more like a moisturising cream? I've never tried a hydrating mask before.
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Cindi wrote:
Of course I know now your waiting for your Cellex C is it? I looked at that but its almost £60 Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed I'd need it to last at least 6 months for that price Laughing


I have no idea how long it will last but I'll let you know....eventually! Smile I just tried Ultracalming cleanser by Dermalogica on the weekend and I was pleasantly surprised by it! Dermal Clay Cleanser is also good but more for oilier/combo skin (*love* that minty feeling though! I think I might go use some now...).
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rosewater wrote:
Sounds great Cindi. When you say it sinked in, was there anything to wash off? When you put it on did it feel like a mask or more like a moisturising cream? I've never tried a hydrating mask before.


Hi Rosewater, its a clear thick gel that you put on, I really did put on too much this morning and there was very little left to wipe off, of course as it was first thing and I was still in bed, I washed my face anyway when I got up. It doesnt tighten up or dry hard, it just soaks in to the skin but is very cooling. Its not just for eyes, its for the whole face, but Im going to use it for eyes only and treat myself most mornings....
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Tue Feb 22, 2005 9:34 am      Reply with quote
I only really use this round my eyes and I really should use it more often because it really does make a difference to the fine lines.
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Thats all Im going to use it for Eve, every day Very Happy
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Thats all Im going to use it for Eve, every day Very Happy


I'm too idle for that. I already spend far too long in the bathroom Laughing
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Eve, its by my bed, I'll hazily reach across for it when the alarm goes off, apply, snooze and "Bob's yer gadge", as we say here. All done......
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Tue Feb 22, 2005 9:52 am      Reply with quote
Alternative for "Bob's yer gadge" for those who havent got a clue what Im on about is
Hey Presto!!!!!!!!
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And Fanny's your Aunt...... Laughing Gadge must be a northern thing. My son says geezer as well as gadge. Trying to correct him aged 11 is not easy. Confused
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Tue Feb 22, 2005 10:29 am      Reply with quote
well depends how north you are, heard it round newcastle way.
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Am in Middlesbrough so very close......... Sad
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Am in Middlesbrough so very close......... Sad

you northern monkey.
I'm Stoke on Trent which is midlands which means we're north and south Cool don't sound quite manc or yammer but a bit thick like what robbie williams does. Laughing
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Laughing Laughing

Robbie Williams, Ha! broke myheart he did when he split up my boys in the 90's. Sad
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Laughing Laughing

Robbie Williams, Ha! broke myheart he did when he split up my boys in the 90's. Sad


I hated them Bad Grin I was/am punk rock chick did think mark owen was cute on big brother -bless Cool
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Well all cant like the same blokes Eve, and dont forget, Johnny belongs to my 95%......
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Well all cant like the same blokes Eve, and dont forget, Johnny belongs to my 95%......


I thought I got a bit more for posting those pictures Crying or Very sad Have you seen the trailor for the Willy Wonka film? Cool
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Oh, was hoping you'd forget, did I up to about 7% but you wanted to pick which bits Laughing Yes I have seen the trailer, it looks very bizairre, Im sure he'll get panned by the critics when really it should be Tim Burton. Im trying to find when The Libertine is to be released on movie or DVD. Its waaayyyyyy overdue. Any info.... Also he's got no chance of an Oscar on Sunday, but at least he has our vote Eve. Wink
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give me a mo. Wink
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Wed Feb 23, 2005 7:56 am      Reply with quote
http://www.ohjohnny.net/lib/libertine.html

you will like this.

It appears there was some delay because it was supposed to be out dec.04 it now looks like May/June. Tis ok this means you can look forward to getting Finding Neverland on DVD, going to the pictures to watch The Libertine followed by Wonka!

http://uk.imdb.com/title/tt0375920/
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