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sarah6ee88

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  1. Peachy: Thats cool :o) Me and my b/f met over the internet atually...and after being friends for a while he invited me to nj for his prom and it was our first time meeting in person and we've been together since. Its great being friends because they care about ya more than just any b/f would and they look at you through the way you are and not the way your skin looks. What pills are you taking? Neutrogena does make an oil-free moisture with SPF15 but I dont like lotions with spf so i havent tried it...but if you like spf then it just may be your best bet..


  2. Peachy: Yes mine is long distance too..I'm from MA and he's from NJ but we've been best friends for over a year and together for almost 7 months :o) What about you and your b/f?

    as for moisturizers, I would recommend neutrogena oil free moisture for combo skin. this moisturizer is very gentle and never made me breakout... I'm thinking about trying Curel frangrance free next since the Winter is coming up and I might need a heavier moisturizer to keep from flaking. Personally I think clinique is too expensive, where as you can get neutrogena at the local drugstore for 7-8 bucks and it works great at that... hope i helped:o)


  3. I actually had those little bumps all over my forehead and ive been using retin-a-micro for almost a year and it made all of them go away completely. I really think you should give it a try... it takes a couple months for full results but i think its worth it. Though I have health insurance and its only $40...so it depends on how much you're willing to spend for clear skin i guess.. although one tube does last me at least a good 5 months... considering you only use a pea size at a time.. it will burn a little for the first few weeks and may make you brak out but its because its bringing everything to the surface. Go to http://www.retinamicro.com most of the info is there. good luck with your decision:o)

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