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::Review:: Dermalogica Normal-Dry Skin Kit

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Fri Mar 10, 2006 4:23 am      Reply with quote
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I got my skin kit from Dermalogica - the other day ( I finally learned to try a product before buying it…). The skin is for dry/normal skin.
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• Gentle Cream Exfoliant (10ml) Very Happy - Amazing! No irritation at all and a beautiful clean and glowing skin afterwards.
• Multi-active Toner (59ml) – Ok toner……..very nice smell!!

• Skin Smoothing Cream (22ml) – Not enough moisturizing for my skin BUT it is gently with no irritation or greasiness.
• Special Cleansing Gel (59ml) - Removes excessive oils and impurities with out drying your skin.
• Soothing Eye Make-up Remover (sample sachet) –Haven’t tries yet will come back for a review…..
• Skin Hydrating Masque ( : - Disappointed with this mask, does not work for me. I had to use a lot of it as it's very quickly absorbed. I will definitely not be repurchasing.

I will DEFINITLY repurchase the Gentle Cream Exfoliant!! I have my doubts about the ss-cream though… I like it but it is not moisturizing enough. What would you suggest? A booster to go with the ss- cream or Intensive Moisture Balance? Has anyone tried the power rich cream? I usually use decleor nutrì delicè but the cream does not sink in very well even if it does a good word hydrating my skin .
Greatful for all advises you can give me!

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The above post is a review of the following products available at EDS:
Dermalogica Normal-Dry Skin Care Kit
Dermalogica Normal-Dry Skin Care Kit

Special Cleansing Gel (2oz)Multi-Active Toner (2oz)
Skin Smoothing Cream (.75oz)
Gentle Cream Exfoliant (.75oz)
Soothing Eye Make-Up Remover (sample)
Skin Hydrating Masque (sample)

Dermalogica Skin Kit - Normal/Dry (5 items)
Dermalogica Skin Kit - Normal/Dry (5 items)

- Dermalogica Special Cleansing Gel (50 ml)
- Dermalogica Multi-Active Toner (50 ml)
- Dermalogica Skin Smoothing Cream (22 ml)
- Dermalogica Gentle Cream Exfoliant (10 ml)
- Dermalogica Intensive Eye Repair (4 ml)

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Fri Mar 10, 2006 4:30 am      Reply with quote
I have been lemming one of these Dermalogica starter kits for a while now.....mainly the one for oily skin, I would love to see more reviews for the Dermalogica kits.

The Gentle Cream Exfoliant does sound good Very Happy

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Fri Mar 10, 2006 7:22 am      Reply with quote
I really, really love the Hydrating Booster. In the summer, I use it alone under my suncreen. In the winter, I use it under a moisturizer w/spf. Sometimes I dab a little under my eyes for a pick-me up mid-day.

I have tried many Dermalogica products. But there are only 3 that I will reorder over and over again:

- Hydrating Booster
- Multi-vitamin Power Recovery Masque
- Microfoliant (used every other day in summer, 2 times a week in winter)

I find most of their products not mositurizing enough for my skin. I also like the Ultra-Calming Cleanser....although it is not a "must have" for me.

Lori

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Sat Mar 11, 2006 12:29 am      Reply with quote
I'm not familiar with Dermalogica's moisturisers but I'd also recommend the hydrating booster. I'm using this right now over my IS Clinical vitamin serums and it's making a difference.

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Mon Mar 13, 2006 8:44 am      Reply with quote
I tried the Soothing Eye Make-up Remover during the weekend when we were away.. It did a very bad work to remove my mascara!! The mascara just didn't go away!! Not a product I would purshare. Usually I use Decleor' make up remover and is more than satisfied with it.

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Tue Mar 14, 2006 1:40 am      Reply with quote
becks wrote:
I tried the Soothing Eye Make-up Remover during the weekend when we were away.. It did a very bad work to remove my mascara!! The mascara just didn't go away!! Not a product I would purshare. Usually I use Decleor' make up remover and is more than satisfied with it.


It was effective on me but I'm not a fan of the texture - I can't get used to having a gel makeup remover, I much prefer liquid or just a good cleanser that can remove it as well.

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Sun Mar 19, 2006 5:47 am      Reply with quote
I used to use the dermalogica but switched all my products to the diannayvonne range in my quest for less pores and invisible pores. Alas I am still on my search.

I loved the skin smoothing cream it suited my skin combination, t zone open pores and blocked round nose Crying or Very sad

I also used the active moist, which was nice but not moisturising enough. The dermal clay cleanser was too drying for my skin, more suited to skin with breakouts I would say. The special cleansing gel was ok, but my fav was the skin smoothing cream. Surprised
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Tue Mar 28, 2006 10:02 pm      Reply with quote
I'm thinking of using Dermalogica moisturizer!!!! I've been using Sothys hydrotimale gel for years, but now they have discontinued it Sad , so I'm thinking to try Dermalogica!

Can anyone give me some advice which moisturizer of Dermaologica is as good as Sothys hydrotimale gel? Thanks!!! Smile
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