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marcelina
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Wed Oct 11, 2006 2:05 pm      Reply with quote
Please help me about my sun damage skin. Is Obagi clear would be the best product for me.
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Wed Oct 11, 2006 3:44 pm      Reply with quote
Marcelina, You need to call the spa or use the live help line for specific questions about spa services. The forum members can give you advice about about skincare in general and even some specific products but aren't necessarily users of the spa in house services. Though I wish I could Very Happy
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Marcelin, I'll try my best to help you out with products that I've tried before personally and also on my mom who had really bad melasma and hyperpigmentation.

Vivier's Seequin which is a mix of 4% hydroquinoine and 10% vitamin C is a great place to start if your skin is normal and not ultra-sensitive. You could try that every other day and on the rest of the days use a really really good and really really stable retinol product like Green cream from lindasy.com or dianayvonne.com. You can also try Skinmedica's retinol complex or Skinceutical's Retinol 0.5 available here at EDS. PSF also does a very nice and moisturising retinol lotion that I've used and like alot. I'm kinda crazy over retinoids so have tried almost everyone out there. My current love is the sadly-going-to-be-dc'ed Avene Ystheal gel.

And back to the topic, I am like many others before me, dying, dying, dying to try JM's Lash Intervention. But it's so incredibly pricey for such a teeny bit of product and a $150 for my lashes?! Shock Ok, who am I kidding, I'll probably end up getting it just like how I caved for the remergent, BQ, cellcosmet, etc etc... =pP

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Wed Oct 25, 2006 12:40 pm      Reply with quote
want to try Cellcomet eye contour cream after reading all the great reviews. Hopefully I'll get a sample with my next order. Too much to choose from.
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Wed Oct 25, 2006 1:33 pm      Reply with quote
valmont renewing pack

only if I have more $$
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Thu Nov 02, 2006 6:44 pm      Reply with quote
xxophelia wrote:
Definitely Valmont's L'Elixir des Glaciers. I am dying to try this product but is so darn pricy. I have to skimp on a lot of stuff in order to be able to afford this.

The same product and the SAME reason
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Fri Nov 03, 2006 12:22 am      Reply with quote
i also want to try the cellcosmet eye contour cream and th valmont renewing pack. But I couldn't afford both, so i chose to trythe valmont renewing pack first since i had a new tube of eye cream i haven't used yet. i hope it will be as good as everyone says it is!
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Fri Nov 03, 2006 7:17 am      Reply with quote
Creme de La Mer is something I always want to try but I will never buy it because I don't find it worth the money (see from the ingredients).
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Fri Nov 03, 2006 4:58 pm      Reply with quote
I knew I shouldn't have opened this post. I just see MORE things that I didn't know I needed.

I want: PSF phytolift cranberry eye.

muzzie wrote:
Strivectin SD is beckoning me

yeah - it beckoned me too. I bought a double pack at Costco and it does nothing.

Wawa wrote:
Chantecaille future skin foundation, soooo wanna try this

I did like this but the colors are VERY limited and it's very sheer. I thought VL water canvas was a little better.

Smoothskin wrote:
Kate Somerville

I tried her travel kit. Really not impressed and although I love the refreshing feel of her cleanser, it always clogs my pores and leaves me with a bumpy forehead. Quench is just like Skinceuticals B5.

Alix wrote:
Creme de La Mer is something I always want to try but I will never buy it because I don't find it worth the money (see from the ingredients).

I tried CdlM years ago and it didn't do anything. If your skin is marginally good - it's probably a waste of money. HOWEVER, this summer I bought more before going on vacation (beach). I think it really worked well on my sunburn.
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Sun Nov 05, 2006 8:15 am      Reply with quote
I would love to try Cellcosmet Ultra Cell but wow the price!!
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My previous vote was for Jan Marini Age Intervention Eyelash serum, which I've ordered and am currently being tortured by the wait to receive it, so must update my #1 lemming to SK-II airbrush foundation.

I've never used any of their products, but I have heard that it is THE most amazing foundation ever because it looks just like real skin, as if you're not wearing anything but a perfectly flawless complexion. I cannot imagine a makeup product that works that well, but people are RAVING about it, saying it really looks like you have no makeup base on at all.

Problems with it: (1) its supposed to be super expensive, (2) the color range is not very wide - currently only medium-tone yellow-based shades because its an Asian company and its limited release is for their midrange target audience of medium-toned yellow-based skin, (3) not available in the U.S. until God-knows-when.

*Sigh!* If it worked THAT well and they made it available in the U.S. in a color that would match my cool/neutral fair skin, I'd buy it regardless (almost!) of the price.
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Wed Nov 08, 2006 1:05 pm      Reply with quote
Mine is Decleor Aromessence Visage Ylang Ylang - Aromessence Ylang Ylang.
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Wed Nov 08, 2006 4:41 pm      Reply with quote
id love to try Valmont products to find out why these products are sooooooooooo expensive??? Question

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Wed Nov 08, 2006 4:56 pm      Reply with quote
Oh so many....but after all the reading I've done here, I would have to say the Cellosmet line, or at least the Cream cleanser from that line.
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Wed Nov 08, 2006 4:58 pm      Reply with quote
oooops---meant Cellcosmet. Smile
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cellex c ,,,,,
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Thu Nov 09, 2006 3:05 pm      Reply with quote
pureluxe makeup products
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Thu Nov 09, 2006 3:30 pm      Reply with quote
I want Candy's vitamin C+E+ferulic serum, CareKate's eyelash serum, and the PSF pumpkin mask.
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Thu Nov 09, 2006 8:10 pm      Reply with quote
The JM lash stuff! It is driving me crazy that I am willing to pay all that money for the tiny tube and I can't get any!!! Crazy
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Sat Nov 11, 2006 4:44 pm      Reply with quote
JM Lash stuff
PSF Browtox
PSF Cranberry Phyto Eye Lift
DMAE serum

Ordering the Browtox with the 10% off this month. Don't know if I will spring for the Phyto eye lift yet.
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muzzie wrote:
Strivectin SD is beckoning me
yeah - it beckoned me too. I bought a double pack at Costco and it does nothing.



Try Serious Skin Care Rulinea serum from HSN.com. Similar to Strivectin, but adds niacinamide. For me this product has made the most difference of any I have used. Look up on the internet benefits of niacinamide if you are interested. I was thinking Candesse (sp?) which is mentioned a lot on this forum is adding a serum with it soon, so may give that try when it is available.
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Sat Nov 11, 2006 4:53 pm      Reply with quote
lorimcp wrote:
Try Serious Skin Care Rulinea serum from HSN.com. Similar to Strivectin, but adds niacinamide. For me this product has made the most difference of any I have used. Look up on the internet benefits of niacinamide if you are interested. I was thinking Candesse (sp?) which is mentioned a lot on this forum is adding a serum with it soon, so may give that try when it is available.

Hi, Lori! May I ask - difference in what? Are you using it on your face? Has it helped with wrinkles/lines? Or are you using it on stretch marks? If so, has it helped at all?
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Sat Nov 11, 2006 6:59 pm      Reply with quote
This topic just reminded me that I still haven't tried Valmont Renewing Pack, and I've been wanting to since I first read that glowing review awhile back. Just can't seem to fork over the $$$ for it Rolling Eyes

I did, however, get my hands on a sample of the Cellcosmet eye cream and am happy to report that there were no miracles to be had for me from this most costly eye cream. I found it to be no better or worse than any other eye product I've used at a fraction of the price. Lemming squashed. Smile
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Sun Nov 12, 2006 6:13 pm      Reply with quote
MermaidGirl wrote:
lorimcp wrote:
Try Serious Skin Care Rulinea serum from HSN.com. Similar to Strivectin, but adds niacinamide. For me this product has made the most difference of any I have used. Look up on the internet benefits of niacinamide if you are interested. I was thinking Candesse (sp?) which is mentioned a lot on this forum is adding a serum with it soon, so may give that try when it is available.

Hi, Lori! May I ask - difference in what? Are you using it on your face? Has it helped with wrinkles/lines? Or are you using it on stretch marks? If so, has it helped at all?


I have freckles and laid in the sun as a teen ager, so I have hyper pigmentations mostly on my forehead. This serum has done the most to fade these, plus gives a more even tone an glow to my skin. It has also minimized most of my small wrinkles. I think it holds moisture in also because my skin is so smooth and soft.

Here is a short article.

http://www.smartskincare.com/resabstracts/niacinamide_hakozaki_br-j-dermatol_20020700.html
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Mon Nov 13, 2006 4:12 pm      Reply with quote
For me definitely the JM lash product.
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