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#21 TheSavyBanana

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Posted 07 July 2013 - 10:11 PM

Makeup:

 

Too Faced Primer- $30, 2 or 3 months

NYX Concealer- $5, probably around a year

Neutrogena Skin Clearing Foundation- $12, 3 to 4 months

Baby powder- probably like $10? Lasts for like forever.

Eye shadow- maybe like $5, had for a long time, will probably last forever

Ulta Eyeliner- $4?, 2 months

Maybelline One By One Mascara- $8, 2 months

 

Totaling around $75. Wow... the primer is what makes the total so big.

 

Skincare:

 

CeraVe Hydrating Cleanser- $13, 4 or 5 months

Eucerin Redness Relief Moisturizer-$15, 5 to 6 months

Retin-a- $20, 6 months or more, 6 months at least

Neutrogena Night Cream- $13, 6 months to 1 year


Edited by TheSavyBanana, 07 July 2013 - 10:21 PM.

You! Yes, you. The one reading this. You are beautiful, talented, amazing and simply the best at being you. Never forget that.

 

You don't have to be pretty. You don't owe prettiness to anyone. Not to you boyfriend/spouse/partner. Not to your coworkers, especially not to random men on the street. You don't owe it to your mother, you don't owe it to your children, you don't owe it to civilization in general. Prettiness is not a rent you pay for occupying a space marked "female."

Plea to the world: Eat less meat! Or better yet, don't eat it at all! The meat industry violates basic animal rights, it's destroying our planet, and there are so many health benefits you can gain by decreasing/eliminating meat from your diet. Don't let me tell you- do your own research so you can decide for yourself. (The dairy and egg industries are just as horrendous).

I highly recommend watching the movie Earthlings. ^

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Posted 08 July 2013 - 04:21 AM

Whoa, that's a lot of makeup stuff. I don't much use all this stuff. There's just this lemon scrub that i use and that is more than enough for me. It's worth $50.



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Posted 22 July 2013 - 12:30 PM

Whoa, that's a lot of makeup stuff. I don't much use all this stuff. There's just this lemon scrub that i use and that is more than enough for me. It's worth $50.

 

 

That's some expensive scrub! What's it called? 



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Posted 27 July 2013 - 05:33 AM

Whoa, that's a lot of makeup stuff. I don't much use all this stuff. There's just this lemon scrub that i use and that is more than enough for me. It's worth $50.

 

 

That's some expensive scrub! What's it called? 

FORGET ME NOT Lemon Scrub. It's a local stuff i guess but it's pure and devoid of harmful chemicals.



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Posted 01 August 2013 - 02:00 PM

Skincare:

Face wash Simple kind to skin face wash £2 (1 month)

Moisturiser, Simple face moisturizer £3 (2 months)

Face Wipes, huggies £1 (11 months)

Face brush, bodyshop £4 (1 year)

Makeup:

Foundation, Revlon colorstay, usually £12 but i have to order my colour online so £20 ish (2 month)

Blush, Sleek £5 (forever)

Pressed Powder, Sleek £7 (5 months)

Loose powder, £7 ish (1 year)

Brushes £7 (2 years)

Eyebrow pencil, Rimmel London £3 (6 months)

Eyeliner, MUA £1 (3 months)

Lip balm, Bodyshop £2 (i usually lose it before it runs out :/ )

Mascara, MUA £1 (about 8 months)

 

soo about £55 on makeup and £10 on face care. 



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Posted 01 August 2013 - 03:48 PM

Skincare (Total= $256)

AM cleanser: Clinique Redness Relief cream cleanser- $23 (2 months)

PM cleanser: La Roche Posay purifying foaming gel- $22 (3 months)

PM cleansing brush: Clarisonic Mia (one time charge) -$120 (forever)

PM serum: Clinique Even Better dark spot corrector- $50 (3 months)

Mask: Murad Clarifying Mask- $37 (6 months)

Mask: Queen Helene Mint Julep Mask- $4 (6 months)

 

Makeup (Everyday) (Total= $57)

Bareminerals original foundation- $27 (7-8 months)

Bobbi Brown mascara- $25 (6 months)

Maybelline BabyLips Lip balm- $5) (1 year)

 

Makeup (Special Occasions) (Total= $168)

Bareminerals original foundation- $27 (7-8 months)

Bareminerals warmth- $19 (1 year)

Benefit Porefessional Primer- $30 (6 months)

Benefit Dandelion Brightening blush- $28 (1.5 year)

Victorias Secret blush- $15 (1.5 year)

Benefit lip gloss- $18 (8 months)

Bobbi Brown mascara- $25 (6 months)

Maybelline eyeliner- $6 (1 year)



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Posted 01 August 2013 - 04:47 PM

Skincare:

Face wash Simple kind to skin face wash £2 (1 month)

Moisturiser, Simple face moisturizer £3 (2 months)

Face Wipes, huggies £1 (11 months)

Face brush, bodyshop £4 (1 year)

Makeup:

Foundation, Revlon colorstay, usually £12 but i have to order my colour online so £20 ish (2 month)

Blush, Sleek £5 (forever)

Pressed Powder, Sleek £7 (5 months)

Loose powder, £7 ish (1 year)

Brushes £7 (2 years)

Eyebrow pencil, Rimmel London £3 (6 months)

Eyeliner, MUA £1 (3 months)

Lip balm, Bodyshop £2 (i usually lose it before it runs out :/ )

Mascara, MUA £1 (about 8 months)

 

soo about £55 on makeup and £10 on face care. 

 

 

Damn! I need to shop where you shop!



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Posted 08 August 2013 - 04:08 AM

I feel bad that I spend more on my skin care routine than most of the women on here! lol.gif



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Posted 19 August 2013 - 06:26 PM

Skin care:
Face wash £12  every month
Face cream £28 every 2-3 months
Glycolic Acid Toner £29 every 3 months
Cotton pads £2 every few months
Eye make up remover £4 every few months
Lip treatment for cracked lips £2.50 2/3 months
Body moisturiser £4 every 2 months


Make up:
Foundation (liquid)  £27 every 6 months
Foundation (mineral) £14 
Powder £21 every 6 months
Mascara £7 every 3 months
 
I only put down the things I buy regularly so not including brushes, eyeshadows, things I've had for years lol
 
Total: £150.50 I didn't realise it was that bad....to be fair though it's mainly my darn skin care (which I need!) and foundations.
 
 
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Posted 23 August 2013 - 06:21 AM

Skincare:

Face wash Simple kind to skin face wash £2 (1 month)

Moisturiser, Simple face moisturizer £3 (2 months)

Face Wipes, huggies £1 (11 months)

Face brush, bodyshop £4 (1 year)

Makeup:

Foundation, Revlon colorstay, usually £12 but i have to order my colour online so £20 ish (2 month)

Blush, Sleek £5 (forever)

Pressed Powder, Sleek £7 (5 months)

Loose powder, £7 ish (1 year)

Brushes £7 (2 years)

Eyebrow pencil, Rimmel London £3 (6 months)

Eyeliner, MUA £1 (3 months)

Lip balm, Bodyshop £2 (i usually lose it before it runs out :/ )

Mascara, MUA £1 (about 8 months)

 

soo about £55 on makeup and £10 on face care. 

 

 

Damn! I need to shop where you shop!

haha i shop mostly at superdrug or asda :P



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Posted 28 August 2013 - 11:30 PM

Tea tree oil, about $5-7 depending on sales( lasts about 4 months)
Aloe Vera gel $7 ( about 7-8 months)
Neutrogena moisturizer $9.50 (8-9 months)
Dan's AHA ... Like $18? I don't even know cus it lasts forever lol!!
Tea tree oil soap $5 (7-8 months)
Paula's Choice BHA $16 I think (about 6 months, and she ALWAYS has sales so you can stock up!)

For makeup I do:
Eye-liner $.99 ... Woo!
Mascara $7
Blistex deep renewal chapstick $1.50
Gloss, like $2
Eye shadow, like $4

I don't splurge on makeup cus I don't wear it enough lol I prefer a natural look and fresh skin, I can't stand foundation or powder anymore. The only thing I like is MASCARA, so I'll have fun and go wild there, for big dark eyelashes ... So fun

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Posted 03 September 2013 - 10:13 PM

Where do I begin? I don't even remember the price for most of the stuff I use. The cheapest ones are aloe vera gel, honey, tea tree, oregano oil, and lemon juice which I sometimes use topically. 

I use Mineral Fusion products which are all relatively cheap ($7-$15 dollars for a scrub and toner). But then I also use more expensive stuff from Image cosmetics because they use mostly natural ingredients that don't break me out. The Image cleanser I use costs around $25-27 dollars. 

Cover FX SPF primer - $30 (normally $36, I got a discount but still SO expensive)

Various drugstore concealers, from $7-$12 (still haven't found one that matches my skintone)

Smashbox Liquid Halo foundation - $42 (now I know where my paycheck goes, lasts about 2 months if I use it regularly)

Backup foundations - Bourjois healthy mix foundation - $12 (lasts a long time), Lilly Lolo mineral foundation - $18, Meow cosmetics finishing powder - $16 (lasts a long time)

Boscia blotting paper - $10

Desert essence lip balm - $3, Chanel lipstick - $18, Buxom lip glosses - free with sephora points

Eye creams and concealer - usually free samples I get from the mall cos I never have enough money left for those

Now I know why I'm poor. I won't even mention the $ I spend on facials. 

PS. I don't use all this crap on my face at the same time...these are just things I have and use from time to time. 


Edited by WishClean, 03 September 2013 - 10:17 PM.

Supplements: inositol, DIM, digestive enzymes [don't need them every day anymore, only on cheat days], herpanacine & vitamin C with rose hips [not every day], regular sun exposure for vitamin D3.

Lifestyle & Skin Care: Low histamine diet, avoiding unnecessary stress, balancing skin's PH (using Image Ormedics), using distilled/ filtered water to wash face, occasional high frequency facials... (although I have been slacking lately)

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Posted 03 November 2013 - 10:40 AM

Where do I begin? I don't even remember the price for most of the stuff I use. The cheapest ones are aloe vera gel, honey, tea tree, oregano oil, and lemon juice which I sometimes use topically. 

I use Mineral Fusion products which are all relatively cheap ($7-$15 dollars for a scrub and toner). But then I also use more expensive stuff from Image cosmetics because they use mostly natural ingredients that don't break me out. The Image cleanser I use costs around $25-27 dollars. 

Cover FX SPF primer - $30 (normally $36, I got a discount but still SO expensive)

Various drugstore concealers, from $7-$12 (still haven't found one that matches my skintone)

Smashbox Liquid Halo foundation - $42 (now I know where my paycheck goes, lasts about 2 months if I use it regularly)

Backup foundations - Bourjois healthy mix foundation - $12 (lasts a long time), Lilly Lolo mineral foundation - $18, Meow cosmetics finishing powder - $16 (lasts a long time)

Boscia blotting paper - $10

Desert essence lip balm - $3, Chanel lipstick - $18, Buxom lip glosses - free with sephora points

Eye creams and concealer - usually free samples I get from the mall cos I never have enough money left for those

Now I know why I'm poor. I won't even mention the $ I spend on facials. 

PS. I don't use all this crap on my face at the same time...these are just things I have and use from time to time. 

 

And the winner is....!

 

Do you like primer? I've never used it before. How helpful do you think it is?



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Posted 03 November 2013 - 11:13 AM

Cleanser 20USD, 3 months
Paulas Choice BHA 35UDS 3months
Paulas Choice weekly AHA Treatment 46USD 3-4 months
Jade maybelline BB cream 10,95USD 1 month
Manhattan clearface powder 5USD ( best acne powder ever) 2-3 months
Smashbox blush 35USD a year or more
Urban decay naked Palette 45 USD years
Brushes 50 USD
Mascara clinique 20USD 2 months

Wow. I just realized how much that is. And I could cry if I see how much I pay for those products inngermany compared to the USA
Successfully on "the regimen" from age 12 to 33 for cystic acne
 Now:
 100mg spironolactone since 08/13
Paula's Choice BHA 2%,
Green Cream 6 Retinol

Acne free and already almost free of hyperpigmentation, discolorations and wrinkles

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Posted 03 November 2013 - 11:36 AM

everyday foundation: 5 USD (6 months)

foundation for special occasions: 25USD (since 'special occassions' are rare, it lasts forever)

 

as you can see I like the natural look. if I didn't have acne, I wouldn't put cosmetics on my face at all.

 

cleanser: 4 USD (3 months)

moisturiser: about 14 USD (5 months)

face mask: 5 USD (a few months)

lip balm: 3 USD (lasts forever)

 

that's it :)



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Posted 03 November 2013 - 12:00 PM

Lets see :

 

Skin Care

 

Face wash $30 (lasts 6 months)

Moisturizer $10 (every month)

Eye Cream $60 (every 2 months)

Pore Refining Cleaning Pads $30 (lasts 5 months)

Aczone $30 (lasts 6 months)

Retin-A $15 (every 2 months)

 

Makeup

 

Face Powder $30 ( every month)

Foundation $35 (lasts 3 to 4 months)

Blush $30 (every 3 months)

Eyeliner $20 (every 4 months)

Mascara $32 (every 2 to 3 monthios)

Lipstick $10 ( lasts 4 months)

 

Wow! Looking at these figures, that's a lot of money lol and that's not even including my monthly prescriptions (face and not face related) eusa_think.gif  


MORNING

Wash face with Skinceuticals Simply Clean
Neutrogena Sensitive Skin Moisturizer
Take Minocycline 100mg (when needed)

NIGHT
Take Spironolactone 50 mg
Wash face with Skinceuticals Simply Clean
Apply Aczone 5%
Retin-A .1% (waits 20 to 30 mins before applying)


MAKEUP

Origins Silk Screen Powder in Light Spice from Macys

Dermablend Smooth Indulgence Foundation
Lancôme Blush in Shimmery Pink Pool
Origins Lipstick in Buttercup
BareMinerals Flawless Definition Mascara in Black
Sephora Contour Eye Pencil Water Proof in Black Lace


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Posted 03 November 2013 - 05:21 PM

SKINCARE:

Acnycil Lactic acid Wash + cream $32 (2 months)
Neutrogena Oil-free moisturizer $9 (5 months)
Origins Out Of Trouble Sulfur & Zinc Oxide mask $42 (1 year)
Epidou Gel $51 (depends on acne severity, usually for 1 year or more)

MAKEUP:

Bare Minerals Matte SPF -15 Foundation $70 (2-3 years)
Makeup Store Cover All Mix $43 (2 years)
The Body Shop Vitamin C Skin Reviver $45 (1 year) 
Different Brands of Mascara around max $20 (3 months)
Eyeliner max $15 (5 months)
Eyeshadow max $15-20 (forever)

That would be approximately $45-50 per month... Without counting in the hair products. My goodness :(   


Diagnosed with PCOS/Insulin resistance

Currently clear from acne.

Meds:


- Yasmin birth control 
- Spironolactone 50 mg
 
Skincare:

- Paula's Choice

Supplements:

- Innate Response Glucose Tolerance Factor Chromium, for blood sugar balancing 
- Innate Response DysBio-GI, against candida

Extra:

- Peppermint tea 2 cups/day
- Licorice tea 1 cup/day

 


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Posted 07 November 2013 - 10:16 PM

Where do I begin? I don't even remember the price for most of the stuff I use. The cheapest ones are aloe vera gel, honey, tea tree, oregano oil, and lemon juice which I sometimes use topically. 

I use Mineral Fusion products which are all relatively cheap ($7-$15 dollars for a scrub and toner). But then I also use more expensive stuff from Image cosmetics because they use mostly natural ingredients that don't break me out. The Image cleanser I use costs around $25-27 dollars. 

Cover FX SPF primer - $30 (normally $36, I got a discount but still SO expensive)

Various drugstore concealers, from $7-$12 (still haven't found one that matches my skintone)

Smashbox Liquid Halo foundation - $42 (now I know where my paycheck goes, lasts about 2 months if I use it regularly)

Backup foundations - Bourjois healthy mix foundation - $12 (lasts a long time), Lilly Lolo mineral foundation - $18, Meow cosmetics finishing powder - $16 (lasts a long time)

Boscia blotting paper - $10

Desert essence lip balm - $3, Chanel lipstick - $18, Buxom lip glosses - free with sephora points

Eye creams and concealer - usually free samples I get from the mall cos I never have enough money left for those

Now I know why I'm poor. I won't even mention the $ I spend on facials. 

PS. I don't use all this crap on my face at the same time...these are just things I have and use from time to time. 

 

And the winner is....!

 

Do you like primer? I've never used it before. How helpful do you think it is?

shy.gif I seem to have a problem! lol. And I didn't even add everything to that list. But I also use a lot of samples.

About primer...I think that a good foundation shouldn't need primer, just a good moisturizer. Unfortunately, if you have dry or oily skin or visible pores, you might need a primer more than a moisturizer. The primer I use can also work as a moisturizer with spf, so at least it's multitasking. It helps my foundation last longer, that's about it. 


Supplements: inositol, DIM, digestive enzymes [don't need them every day anymore, only on cheat days], herpanacine & vitamin C with rose hips [not every day], regular sun exposure for vitamin D3.

Lifestyle & Skin Care: Low histamine diet, avoiding unnecessary stress, balancing skin's PH (using Image Ormedics), using distilled/ filtered water to wash face, occasional high frequency facials... (although I have been slacking lately)

** Find the cause, find the cure **

 


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Posted 07 November 2013 - 10:51 PM

Free on a day where I don't care about how my face looks :P

I'd say 100$ on days where I do care, I have a lot of high end makeup and when I want to cover my skin I go mad with the makeup.

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Posted 14 November 2013 - 06:22 PM

EEK...figured I'd chime in.  I know this is an old thread, but I figured I would go ahead and do a post just so I can pull my hair out later when I look at the numbers and the spending, lol.

 

Makeup Remover: $40 (Lasts forever though)

Cleanser: $4.00 (Big thing of Johnson & Johnson Head to Toe Baby Wash-this will be lasting me awhile)

Toner: $16.00-about 3 months

Moisturizer: $40.00, $26.00 (I use two) will last about 6 months

Eye Cream: $50.00 (sheesh) about 3 months

Foundation: $22.00, $24.00 (I'm using two different ones) will last about 6 months

Primer: $21.00- 6 months

Powder: $25.00, $38.00 (I use two different mineral powders for both oil control and concealer)

Eye Shadow....Um...I have quite a bit.  Probably best not to put a number on this for fear that the hubby may be looking over my shoulder one day....neutral.gif

Lipstick/gloss: Yeah...we won't even go there, either....crazy.gif


Current skin care routine:

 

AM

 

Rainwater Botanical's Soap for Troubled Skin

Spot treat with Acne.org's AHA

Clinique Moisture Surge Intense

Clinique All About Eyes with Baobab oil

 

 

PM 

 

Clinique Take the Day Off Balm with Adzuki Micrograin Facial Scrub (All natural-awesome stuff!)

Acne.org Cleanser for extra cleansing ( I wear a full face of makeup)

Frugally Sustainable Blemish Astringent/or Rainwater Botanical's Toner for Troubled Skin (All natural-very soothing and non-drying)

1 1/2 Pumps of Acne.org's 2.5% BP 

Clinique All About Eyes with Baobab oil

Acne.org's Moisturizer (small amount)

 

When I get home from work, I like to let my face breath, so generally, I will use Clinique Take the Day Off Balm with the Adzuki micrograins, followed by a more gentle regimen. Currently, I am using Bare Minerals Blemish Treatment on any actives...LOVE this stuff!

 

 

I've recently added a mask to my routine.  It's all natural and very cheap.  Bentonite clay and apple cider vinegar mixed with a wee bit of tea tree oil. This is great for blackheads!

 

I am currently 100% clear with this mostly natural regimen.  

 

Makeup: Merle Norman's Purely Mineral Makeup Powder

Merle Norman Aqua Balance liquid foundation

 

Primer:

Studio Gear Primer





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