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Fri Mar 26, 2004 6:24 pm      Reply with quote
I've used the Oxyliance fluid before which is great for summer because it is very light, but for winter I don't find it moisturizing enough. I have been wanting to try the Oxyliance cream, but always hesitated because it is geared more toward dry skin, and I have combination-sensitive. But actually it's not rich or thick at all, it's texture is very light and I want to say "whipped" but not like whipped cream. Oh it's so hard for me to describe textures! What I'm getting at, was it was fine for my combination skin-- very nice and moisturizing without being greasy. I have been using it as a night cream for a month now, and am happy with the result. Truthfully, I was lukewarm about it the first week or so that I used it; I didn't see anything special happening. Its general function is to oxygenate the skin. I don't know how well, it's doing all that, but I can say that right now my skin is clear, and although I sleep with the heater on at 85 degrees F, I wake up with hydrated skin. It's hard to say if it's the cream, or the 2 Dermalogica boosters I am using underneath that my skin is liking. Or it could be the combination. I'm probably jinxing myself as I write this and tomorow will wake up with a huge nasty zit! :P
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The above post is a review of the following product available at EDS:
Sothys Oxyliance Teint Foundation - Perle (30 ml / 1 oz)
Sothys Oxyliance Teint Foundation - Perle (30 ml / 1 oz)

Sothys Oxyliance Foundation gives skin a radiant effect. This 100% matte formula provides a magical texture that changes from a cream to a powder.

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Tue Mar 30, 2004 5:12 am      Reply with quote
Hi Thoughtcrime,

Just out of curiosity, have you ever tried the Oxyliance serum by any chance? I'm kinda tempted to get this (despite of the disapproval of the current serums that are waiting to be used up Smile).

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Thu Apr 01, 2004 5:51 pm      Reply with quote
Hi Mabsy, no I haven't tried it. I'm using Dermalogica ones at the moment. I do want to try the Oxyliance mask, I hear it's dark green Surprised
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Fri Apr 02, 2004 1:07 am      Reply with quote
*adds to list* Smile

Let me know if you try it, I love dark green masks - that's what you often see pictures of on Day Spa leaflets. I never did find one that is dark green though so if this one is then I'd like to try it (yes - even if it is JUST because of the colour).

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OOPS, I think I may have spoke to soon Mabsy... I just read the product description, and it doesn't actually say the mask is green colored (where did I read that?). I think I got it from the fact that it contains Chlorelline, a seaweed. It might not actually be green. Can someone clarify? Wink
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Thanks for the update Thoughtcrime. Come to think of it something tells me that I have a sample of it! I'm too tired to go search through my "stash" at the moment but I'm almost 100% sure that I have one. I think it's in a gold pouchy-thingy.

If I do have it I'll use it on the w/e Smile Though I'm sure plenty of people on here have used it and can clarify what it's like.

Incidentally, do you know of any (other) masks that are that dark DARK green colour?

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Fri Apr 02, 2004 5:26 pm      Reply with quote
Ooohh do post a review when you try the oxyliance mask. I'm sorry I don't know of any dark green masks, but babyfish has tried a ton of masks, I bet she would know Wink
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Have you tried Sundari Neem and Green Tea Mask? It's green but not super dark green and it's very very lovely to have on at the end of a busy week Very HappyVery HappyVery Happy
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Thanks Babyfish! I have never tried any Sundari products at all. Might try to track this down (could be a tad hard here but we'll see...)
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Mon May 07, 2007 9:34 am      Reply with quote
thoughtcrime wrote:
I've used the Oxyliance fluid before which is great for summer because it is very light, but for winter I don't find it moisturizing enough. I have been wanting to try the Oxyliance cream, but always hesitated because it is geared more toward dry skin, and I have combination-sensitive. But actually it's not rich or thick at all, it's texture is very light and I want to say "whipped" but not like whipped cream. Oh it's so hard for me to describe textures! What I'm getting at, was it was fine for my combination skin-- very nice and moisturizing without being greasy. I have been using it as a night cream for a month now, and am happy with the result. Truthfully, I was lukewarm about it the first week or so that I used it; I didn't see anything special happening. Its general function is to oxygenate the skin. I don't know how well, it's doing all that, but I can say that right now my skin is clear, and although I sleep with the heater on at 85 degrees F, I wake up with hydrated skin. It's hard to say if it's the cream, or the 2 Dermalogica boosters I am using underneath that my skin is liking. Or it could be the combination. I'm probably jinxing myself as I write this and tomorow will wake up with a huge nasty zit! :P


I'm interested in oxygen product because my red and a little dark skin.
As reading your review,I'll use it soon.
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Mon May 21, 2007 2:19 am      Reply with quote
Does this cream has the effect of whitening?
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