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Smooth-365, Tri-Aktiline and Goodskinlabs?
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Sat Apr 11, 2009 2:32 pm      Reply with quote
Any reviews on these products? I just splashed out on the smooth-365 and was wondering if anyone else has seen, tried or heard anything?

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Sun Apr 12, 2009 8:07 am      Reply with quote
Hi, guapa!

A friend has tried the Tri-Aktiline - seemed like expensive rubber Polyfilla, but didn't really do much.

Never heard of the other two, I'm afraid.

If you're looking for some kind of smoothing primer product, I've recently been testing Perricone Ceramic Skin Smoother and really liked it. (Why is it always the expensive ones? Rolling Eyes ) It doesn't make lines disappear, but certainly made my skin look smoother - less noticeable pores and a slight refinement in fine lines. It's also supposed to be a treatment product, although I haven't used it for a long enough period to judge whether it has that effect. You do need to dust a little powder over the top, otherwise your face looks a little "plasticky". However, there's no rolling up of little rubber flakes when you apply make-up over the top or touch the surface.
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Mon Apr 13, 2009 10:10 am      Reply with quote
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Hi, guapa!

A friend has tried the Tri-Aktiline - seemed like expensive rubber Polyfilla, but didn't really do much.

Never heard of the other two, I'm afraid.

If you're looking for some kind of smoothing primer product, I've recently been testing Perricone Ceramic Skin Smoother and really liked it. (Why is it always the expensive ones? Rolling Eyes ) It doesn't make lines disappear, but certainly made my skin look smoother - less noticeable pores and a slight refinement in fine lines. It's also supposed to be a treatment product, although I haven't used it for a long enough period to judge whether it has that effect. You do need to dust a little powder over the top, otherwise your face looks a little "plasticky". However, there's no rolling up of little rubber flakes when you apply make-up over the top or touch the surface.


Hi Majorb!

Well I had a splurge in boots and bought the smooth-365... I was hoping to find the ingredients online so someone could have a squint at them.

I kinda like it but it has a LOT of silicones in it. I had seen the odd review which likened it to Lauder Idealiste.

I also got some olay 30 minute line filler having been impressed with a sample before. I'm not planning on wearing any make-up til weds now (oh how times have changed! Very Happy) so it will get a good try out then I suppose.

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Mon Apr 13, 2009 10:23 am      Reply with quote
Good luck with those.
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Don't suppose you've read the thread about Loulou's Ageless facial exercises? Very interesting stuff, and may well be an excellent, cheap way of propping up our ancient faces. Laughing

I've bought the programme myself, but haven't yet started as I've been testing out other products and didn't want to skew the results.
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Mon Apr 13, 2009 12:25 pm      Reply with quote
I saw the three products of Tri-Aktiline in the BOOT.co.uk. I don't really think those can do much. It is currently on 3 for 2 offers.
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