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  1. I use: Makeup Forever HD foundation ( only on a few red spots, never all over my face. I put this foundation on about 2% of my face just with my finger. I use it more as a concealer. ) Some Drugstore covergirl pressed powder my grandmother got me I also use a highlighting powder under my eyes and light blush from BH cosmetics Drugstore mascara To take this off I just use oats as a cleanser. Takes it ALL off surprisingly.
  2. Well I understand how you feel C: I went through my teenage life with horrible, painful cystic acne. What made it even worse is no one in my family has acne. Not my mom, not my dad, both of my little sisters have perfect skin. So I was the oddball, always wondering "why me." I realised it was really bad when my DAD even asked me if I washed my face regularly ( not to be rude at all, my entire family was very understanding and was always trying to help me ). I went through tons of over t
  3. Here's my topic on using just plain oats for a facewash: Good luck!
  4. It can clog your sink drain. That's why I go ahead and wet the oats, and then use the plug in my sink to plug it up and wash my face over the sink. After I'm done I'll grab some toilet paper and wipe up all the oats and just toss it, then rinse my face off ( since by then most of the oats have fallen off anyway XD ) When I wash my face in the shower I just rinse everything down the drain. But oats have been SUCH a miracle for me, and it's nice to never have to spend 20 dollars on a face wash
  5. The cleanser I use right now actually exfoliates wonderfully. I'm using just plain quaker oats as a cleanser day and night. Just add a bit of water and enjoy a super gentle, moisturizing cleanser! Plus your face will smell yummy.
  6. Oats. Just plain quaker oats. Like, no joke. I've vowed to pretty much never go back to store bought cleansers ever again. Here's the post I made about it so I don't just ramble and repeat stuff.
  7. Oatmeal cleanser! I've been pretty much swearing by this ever since I started using it a month ago. All you need is plain quaker oats, water and a moisturizer. You can check out what I do in the thread I had posted. Good luck!
  8. Oatmeal cleanser. Just plain, quaker oats oatmeal, and water. Take a handful of oats, get them nice and wet, cleanse your face with your hands for about a minute, pat your face for about 30 seconds to get your blood going ( I do this morning and night ), and then apply a light moisturizer. I've been doing this for a month and am 100% clear. You don't need to worry about feeling stripped or dry or irritated afterwards, because it's completely natural and very moisturizing, not to mention GENT
  9. Yup! It exfoliates just gently enough for me to be able to use it day and night.
  10. Hey everyone! So I've posted a few topics here over the years about my face routine. However, as of about a month ago, I came across the best, BEST method I've ever used. So much better that I'm never going back to a regular cleanser ever again. Oatmeal. That's it. Regular, PLAIN quaker's oatmeal. I always liked the idea of natural remedies for the face, but didn't think they'd ever work. Some information on me. I'm a 20 year old female. I had moderate to severe hormonal acne
  11. 1. How long have you used it? I've used these products for about 3 years 2. What are the effects? Soft, silky, clear skin! 3. No idea what this question is asking 4. Do you have sensitive skin? Yes. 5. Do you reccomond this? I reccomond these products 11O%
  12. Well keep in mind even in low percentages it's a very harsh chemical. Personally I'd suggest you stay away from both chemicals if possible.
  13. I have tested a number of products containing and not containing SA. All products that contain SA broke me out. And not the "unglogging your pores" kind of breakout. The "oh my god my skin hates this crap" kind of break out. I personally stay away from SA and BP all together.
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