- December 10, 2007 at 4:39 pm #254643
I am an avid Mary Kay user however I buy all my Mary Kay brand new in the box on eBay for less than half price, super cheap. I only use there timewise facial lotion and eye creamnot there make up or anything else. I also use a gentle daily cleanser on my face I like basis, or cetaphil foaming face wash (depends on what I have a coupon for) .
In addition I give myself a facial once a week in the shower by massaging oil into my skin then using my little facial loofah with my foam cleanser (avoiding eye area) on my face and neck. Good lotion can be used very sparingly and a bottle of timewise usually lasts me 6 months or more. I have gotten quiet a few comments on my skin and I think my regimen works well for me.
wrote: Hello group,
I hope this a great place to search for the tips and
suggestion I am looking for. I am 37 and really need advice on natural and inexpensive ways to reduce the wrinkles and fine lines I have gotten in my eye area on both eyes. My mother-in-law noticed how bad it is some time ago and asked me what I used for facial moisturizer etc, and I am imbarresed to say that I have probably not taken as good care of my facial skin as I should, I always use some kind of moisturizer in my face but have probably not used what I should have used, sometimes when I was out of moisturizer turned to body lotion etc.
Does anyone here know of a great tip, or have personal experience on a great tip to reduce the fine lines and wrinkles – some may even call it dull. I am not huge into spending huge amount in expensive facial moisturizers etc, but would love if someone has any great advice on good oldfasion ways to reduce it, like you see those ads in women’s magazines with cucumber in their face
etc. That is what I am hoping for.
I went to Walmart
this weekend and bough walmarts own brand equate facial moisturizer that are comparable to loreal wrinkle and fine line reducer. Well I guess any and all suggestions will be appreciated.
Thanks so much in advance.
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