Anyone Tried Diva Stuff

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They have some very intersting products on line for acne...like a spot treatment, a healer/concealer, an antibacterial pillow mist....just having trouble finding reviews.

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Well I bought several of the items from Divastuff, and I'm not too impressed with the spot treatment, it balls up and doesn't really dry things out. The concealer is okay, but not really my shade. But I do like the antibacterial pillow mist, at least I hope it's working!

So the search continues for the perfect spot treatment....I'll stick with good old calamine in the mean time!

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I wouldn't trust products you found online that have absolutely no reviews. In the case of acne, silence is a bad thing. When people find stuff that works they rave about it. That's what you need to look for. If you're looking for a good spot treatment then I'd suggest:

1) Buying BP 2.5% and using it as a spot treatment (sometimes i rub tea tree oil on the spot first and when it dries i rub some BP on it)

2) Use tea tree oil on the spot alone (I apply it with a Q-tip. If you plan on using tea tree oil as a toner I'd recommend diluting it with witch hazel or jojoba oil first)

3) Amazon is a great website to visit when you want reviews on skin products. They have practically everything. See if there is a spot treatment on the website you might like. Most of them are sold in stores anyway.

I never buy any skin or hair products without checking amazon reviews first. They help a lot. I hope this helped a lot too :)

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Sounds very gimmicky, and I agree with tleeannes.. When you have acne you need to see reviews by people with similar skin problems. I rely on Amazon and Ulta reviews for EVERYTHING. I can't remember the last thing I bought without looking at a review. And no reviews is a scary sight, you're really taking a gamble.



Better go review that stuff so someone else knows exactly what they're in for! :P


x x Stephanie


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Hey guys, I saw this thread...I get light acne around my period and I've been using Diva Stuff products for YEARS! They have thousands of reviews on Ebay (over 5,000) under the seller name deluxedivadelights, and 100% positive feedback:

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I'm very happy with the Diva Stuff clay acne spot treatment and it works great for my skin. I used the Diva Stuff white acne spot treatment and it did nothing, but that's sometimes how it goes with acne products, you know? 1 thing will work wonderfully and 1 not so much.

They have some really awesome face scrubbies and lip balms too! :D

-Vanessa

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I love Diva Stuff. I found them first on ebay and now purchase from their website. I suffered from cystic acne and my skin cleared up almost immediately. I purchased their sea salt face wash , the India's secret which completely dissolves blackheads upon the first use, the acne lotion and the charcoal and vodka spot treatment. I highly recommend their products and they do have plenty of reviews on ebay , on Amazon and their website.

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It would be nice if the cream I bought from this company wasn't turning black in the jar. Hello! That can't be safe. I saw no improvement during the month I tried it and pretty my skin seemed to get worse. It smelled absolutely awful too. I won't be buying any more products from Diva Stuff and I think it's pretty obvious that you can't really trust the reviews you read on Amazon, fun to read as they are. Take a closer look and you will see that most of the reviews are over-the-top F.A.K.E.

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