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Day 12



So, it was Dermalogica. It was nice). The therapist asked about my skin concerns and what products i am currently using. My skin concerns are (as you all probably aware): constant breakouts and not actually having a professionally prescribed regime (must admit). The therapist spent a long time looking at my skin - had to examine it before offering a facial for my skin type. The problem was obvious, of course)

The whole thing lasted smth like 45 min and I almost fell asleep. What's very interesting is that Dermalogica has so-called face mapping tool'. Dermalogica based their skin care recommendations on various 'zones'. Each area of the face is a 'zone' and it's not really necessary to apply all the products on a whole face. She then offered for me to try the products on my face as she devised my prescription. I was keen on giving a try to several of those:

1) ultra calming cleanser

2) dynamic skin recovery with SPF30 (let's not forget, it's summer)

3) sebum clearing masque

4) one nice thing, I appreciated - special clearing booster to apply locally on spots before going to sleep.

I found the treatment nice and pleasant. Will keep in contact with the beautician. Now going to follow the recommendations. Next treatment is on Sunday.


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don't see why Dermalogica's trying to "invent a bicycle" once again) if it works for you - that's good. In my humble opinion, it's clear as a glass that face skin is different (whether it's a t-zone or under eye skin or anything else).

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Hey, JolieJulie!

So, you went for Dermalogica, girl! It's ok that you liked it that much..Sorry for being sceptical here but let me tell you the truth. All that good first impression you have at the moment is the result of beautician's proper work, not the product. Try it. Wait. See if the problem's gone after you quit using the cosmetics.

I was also happy with the effect first weeks...happiness turned into frustration in a couple of months. But it's just my bad experience, let's be optimistic) xxx

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