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Face Emollient?

Face Emollient?

Postby Crystal_M » Wed Apr 28, 2010 10:17 am

Hi guys,

Can anyone recommend a good face emollient? I've been using my diprobase and I keep getting horrible sore spots on my face!



Re: Face Emollient?

Postby Rohit » Sun Apr 22, 2012 1:29 pm

Sensitive skin presents a non-pathological skin driesdor for about 50% of the population. Scientists believe that the cause is an altered skin barrier. The main sign of sensitive skin is itching in the face area. Colose9 has developed a specific cream to restore the protective epidermal layer of the skin and to strengthen its defenses.Cream Sensitive contains Jojoba oil, known to protect the skin against dehydration, Avocado oil to protect against dryness, Chamomile which provides soothing to stressed and sore skin, Horse Chestnut, which strengthens capillary resistance which in turn is very beneficial for fine blotchy skin, a Vitamin Complexand Sun Filter UVA. protects against sun radiations and premature aging of collagen.In the morning, and also any other time of the day according to need, apply Sensitive Day Cream on thoroughly cleansed and toned face and neck, avoiding the eye area. Gently massage in circular movements.The cream can be used as a base under make-up.

Re: Face Emollient?

Postby Mara » Tue Jun 05, 2012 8:40 am

KMF does have some good porducts, but most VitC porducts are too diluted or buffered to be effective. You can tell a good VitC product by its color and smell. It should turn brown when oxidized over time (or should turn brown when it gets on something white, like a washcloth), and it should make your hands/skin smell slightly metallic or otherwise odd after being exposed to air for about 10 minutes. If you can't detect any color change or funny smell, it's probably not very potent.

Re: Face Emollient?

Postby Yuksel » Sun Jul 15, 2012 9:59 am

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