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  1. yeaaaa... i would love to know the same things you want to know haha because I am thinking about starting to use it also I could have sworn there was a thread about jojoba oil somewhere around here?
  2. OMG... FINALLY SOMEONE FEELS HOW I DO!!!!!! I have this mirror right beside my front door... and every morning when i walk out of it the natural sunlight comes in and i look in the mirror at my skin and just want to cry.... its awful... the funny thing is... SOMETIMES while indoors I think "hey, my skin doesnt look too bad today" and then I go outside and my mind is instantly changed it makes me so sad that we all have to deal with this
  3. Its called "vital radiance" primer.... its oil free drugstore.com has more info.
  4. little bumps around the mouth are usually because of toothpaste and chapstick...and they cause breakouts. try making sure you REALLY rinse off toothpaste foam from around your mouth.... and not get chapstick on your skin... just your lips. I would just apply bp to these areas... and then see if they go away
  5. your getting wrinkles because the lotion you apply to your face is getting mixed with the bp you also put on. DO NOT GET THE LOTION UNDER YOUR EYES ANYMORE! haha 18 is far to young for wrinkles... I always wash my hands after applying the lotion to my face, and then I apply my eye cream.
  6. ok.... so my skin is pretty dry right now and I wanted to use a scrub to help get rid of some of the flakiness that I have. The only scrubs I have at my house all contain some type of "active ingriedent" in them like salicylic acid... and I am trying to stay away from stuff like that... I was reading about the sugar scrub here and I was wondering if I could use canola oil or vegetable oil instead? I really dont want to break out even more though.... so i just wanted to know what you guys thou
  7. oooh looking for a primer? this is the one I use: ITS THE BEST! it has like two shades...for warm/cool skin tones. It also has SPF25 in it. It makes your makeup go on sooooo much smoother (especially if you have a breakout)... I really like it. I got mine at Target or you can try drugstore.com
  8. I just left a post about this in another thread... but this is the primer i use.. ITS THE BEST! it has like two shades...for warm/cool skin tones. It also has SPF25 in it. It makes your makeup go on sooooo much smoother (especially if you have a breakout)... I really like it. I got mine at Target or you can try drugstore.com
  9. I have it... I guess it works ok? I mean its like a big thing of chap stick if you ask me. Its not really good to use all over your face...especially if your going to apply makeup. I use it under my eyes sometimes because i tend to get really dry under there. oh ok, thanks. i was actually thinking about using it as a primer, so now i know. oooh looking for a primer? this is the one I use: ITS THE BEST! it has like two shades...for warm/cool skin tones. It also has SPF25 in
  10. I have it... I guess it works ok? I mean its like a big thing of chap stick if you ask me. Its not really good to use all over your face...especially if your going to apply makeup. I use it under my eyes sometimes because i tend to get really dry under there. oh ok, thanks. i was actually thinking about using it as a primer, so now i know. oooh looking for a primer? this is the one I use: ITS THE BEST! it has like two shades...for warm/cool skin tones. It also has SPF25 in
  11. june bug... are you using apple cider vinegar with CSR? how do you use it?
  12. CONGRATS ON BEING CLEAR! I am happy for you... now I need to get as clear as you are...
  13. I have it... I guess it works ok? I mean its like a big thing of chap stick if you ask me. Its not really good to use all over your face...especially if your going to apply makeup. I use it under my eyes sometimes because i tend to get really dry under there.
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