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Tue Jun 12, 2007 2:14 am      Reply with quote
Hi I'm looking to replenish my Vit C serum and face moisturiser, can I get some recs based on my requirements?

1. Vit C serum - Have tried PSF, JB, Vivier 10 and Viver C+E, prefer C+E given it is non-comodogenic. However, thinking of trying a higher potency so likely Vivier 20 but was attracted to Vivier SEEQUIN as I have pigmentation and freckles. What are your thoughts on Viver 20 and has anyone tried Vivier SEEQUIN with results? Any idea on the level of Vit C in that?

2. Face Moisturiser - Have been a regular user of Dermalogica Skin Smoothing Cream. Happy with it but was thinking of trying out a new product. Any recs? Defiinitely need this to be non-comodogenic.

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Tue Jun 12, 2007 11:52 am      Reply with quote
Have you tried SkinMedica? A few members really like their Vit. C as it is very stable. I didn't care for it because it is silicone based and I don't like the slip factor of it. I do like their Retinol product and Rejuvenating moisturizer. And they aren't too expensive, relatively speaking!! Very Happy

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Tue Jun 12, 2007 12:39 pm      Reply with quote
Not vit. C based, but you might want to consider the following products for your use.

Moisturizers: PRIORI Moisturizing Facial Cream with Idebenone or Sovage Idebenol.

Pigmentation: PRIORI Even Tones with Idebenone, Remergent Clarifying Concentrate & Remergent DNA Repair Formula.

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Tue Jun 12, 2007 1:12 pm      Reply with quote
Moisturizer - I've been using Skingenic's Regenerating Moisturizer and absolutely love it! It has idebenone, hyaluronic acid and a wealth of other actives in it. It's a bit pricey, but worth every penny.
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Tue Jun 12, 2007 6:08 pm      Reply with quote
I just ordered the SkinMedica C serum after using Skinceuticals for a long time. I like the Skinceuticals but the SkinMedica sounds so interesting and has gotten very good reviews.
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Thanks for the suggestions, I had a quick browse through the reviews for SkinMedica Vit C and it seems to bring out quite a few concerns over blackheads and clogs, especially over its silicone base? I am not sure what silicones do to your skin but I am highly susceptible to clogs and congestion hence always try and stick to non-comodogenic products eg Vivier C+E. Although the postitives for SkinMedica Vit C sound very appealing, I dont think I can deal with risk of clogs at all. Does anyone else have thoughts on this? Priori Even Tones looks interesting, even though I am not seeking a product to deal with pigmentation as such - cos i have tried too many and they dont work for me. Only laser treatment works. Has anyone used this with good results? Helps that it is stated as non-comodogenic!
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Wed Jun 13, 2007 8:27 am      Reply with quote
I suggest you with Cellular skin rx vit C and PSF HA serum to moist your skin after vit c. I use this regime and I love it.
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