Daniel asks…What skin care products/line do you like the best? Why?
I mostly use the Nivea Visage Line, but there are some others. Face Wipes-Neutrogena Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes (these take everything off!) and I use Olay Daily Facials Express wet (I love the texture!)
Eye Makeup remover-Oil free eye makeup remover by Neutrogena (gets Everything off!)
Toner- Nivea Visage Moisturizing toner (it smells great, skin feels refreshed)
Eye Creme- Nivea Visage Q10 Advanced Wrinkle reducer (love the smell/texture, not too greasy)
Day Creme- Nivea Visage Q10 Advanced Wrinkle reducer (love for the same reasons as above)
Night Creme-Nivea Visage Q10 Advanced Wrinkle reducer (same as above)
Blemish/acne treatment-Clean & Clear maximum strength Invisible Blemish treatment (really reduces size/redness. usually after the 1st use) Face Wash-I want to try the Nivea Visage gentle cleansing and eye makeup remover
I use Neutrogena to remove makeup because it is slick and just wipes it right off, clean and clear for face wash as well as St. Ive’s apricot scrub to exfoliate skin, and attitude product from the Dead Sea as a face cleanser (can be bought at the mall from those people from Israel!) and I use Clinique products for moisturizers and prevention of wrinkles but I hear Este Lauder is great for the face in terms of preventing it from aging and dark spots, it is just expensive.
Donna asks…What are the best Asian/Korean skin care products?
Especially for acne? List brand names and names of the products. Any face cleansers/acne cleansers etc.
Philosophy Collection: Hope in a Jar, Purity…Both work great! I have Asian skin and they’re really gentle.
James asks…What would be the best type of skin care products for a person living in Florida?
I do tend to touch my face and I get breakouts every now and then.
I strongly disagree with the first two answers here- proactive is for ACNE. The term acne does not mean “I get breakouts now and then and I want to prevent them”. It means, “I have red spots all over my face and I can’t get rid of them.” Using a facial cleanser that is too strong will only bring other problems like dryness and/or itchiness. I have recently started selling with a company called Arbonne.
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Jenny asks…Which type of skin care products should I be using on a daily basis?
I’m 27 years old and I’d like to know which products I should be using, particularly for my face. Which products are the best to use that won’t put a dent in my wallet? Should I be using any anti-aging products or something similar to that?
It all depends on your skin type as to what products you should use but the basics that everyone should use is a cleanser toner moisturizer exfoliator, eye cream and sunscreen. You should be cleansing morning and night following with toner then eye cream and moisturizer then sunscreen in the morning. You should exfoliate 2-3 times a week. You’re only 27 you don’t need anti-aging products yet. You don’t really need to start using them until you’re in your thirties. I love Dermalogica products. You might think it is expensive at first but i worked it that it costs like a coffee a day (for all those products). There products tend to last at least 6 months or more for the size that you would get at the drug store. And are way better for the skin. The skin is our largest organ in our body so why wouldn’t we want to take the best care of it that we can.
Helen asks…What are the best facial care products for shiny or red skin?
I have pretty good skin, the problem is that my nose is very red and shiny, I have a good skincare regime, which includes a weekly face mask, but I think I’m using the wrong products, anything anybody recommends?? Also any good tips for getting rid of spots quickly when they do appear?? Thank you.
Also, any good make up for these skin types, is the Clinique stuff actually that good?? Thanks.
The Clinique stuff is good, depending on what you order. Make sure the skin care regimen you engage is good and gentle on your skin with botanically based elements. I recommend, as a skin care director, the gentle line I carry. Many of my clients end up becoming representatives as well. The skin care set that would be best for you would be the one for Sensitive Skin which is to be used daily and has soothing elements as well. Hope this helped.