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I'm retired from the beauty biz and I've tried a zillion products. I'm a senior now but I still take good care of my skin. In the past I've used(and sold) most of the big name products. I was on the hunt for a really good moisturizer that was also a good buy. After searching I found this one and I can't say enough about it. I love it! I combine it with a bit of primer and apply and I'm good to go. Gives my skin a nice smooth look and feel. My skin is glowing! Ha! No need to spend big bucks on costly department store brands. Amazon is the best place to buy this too. It was cheaper than Walmart's price! I'm a blonde and this medium tint is just right for me.You also don't need much as it spreads nicely even without the primer but I just combine the 2 steps...this with a primer.
They sound great, but the left one causes my ear to hurt, almost immediately. Not sure if my ear is deformed or not.
I have been using this Acne Scar Cream but not on acne scaring, but on scars from scratches on both my legs and arms from gardening work and hiking and getting scratched and cut. I used to heal very well, but with age (mid 50's) I scar if I cut myself at all, and these days I scar dark and it just doesn't fade. So when the opportunity to try this product for my opinion and review came up I was excited to try it.
I have been using tea tree oil for years. This doesn't seem to be as strong as other brands I have used even though it says it is. I apply it directly to my feet to help keep Athlete's foot under control. It seems to work just fine, but I question the quality.
Im not so great about taking these. But, I did the candigone cleanse and it was amazing. That coupled with my elimination diet. Couldn't feel better.