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  1. Im sorry your having a hard time with your sisters and parents. I can empathize with you. Feel free to vent if you need to.
  2. Woa! That is REALLY nice I think I am going to buy that! It's out of stock :'( Do you know where else i can get it from? Also, when you use it, do you use it with your cleanser, before, or after? Tell me in detail :)! It is a nice face brush. You can hang it to dry and cover it after you finishing using it. I've been using it with my cleanser. I'll lather up my face with the pure soap cleanser and then massage with the brush. I haven't decided yet if I prefer to use the brush dry or
  3. I wear mineral make up normally, but when I'm going out and want more coverage I use stila oil free liquid foundation. In pictures it makes my face look flawless, which it really isn't. Give it a try you might like it.
  4. I like origin's eye doctor it works pretty good. I cant think of any negatives- its mosturizing and smells nice like cucumbers. I think its between 25$-30$ but it lasts pretty long.
  5. Woa! That is REALLY nice I think I am going to buy that! It's out of stock :'( Do you know where else i can get it from? Also, when you use it, do you use it with your cleanser, before, or after? Tell me in detail :)! It is a nice face brush. You can hang it to dry and cover it after you finishing using it. I've been using it with my cleanser. I'll lather up my face with the pure soap cleanser and then massage with the brush. I haven't decided yet if I prefer to use the brush dry or
  6. Here is a link to the facial brush i'm using from crabtree & evelyn facial brush. It cost $4, and I like that it comes with a little plastic cover for the bristles so it wont get dirty if your traveling with it and throw it in a bag. I also found it to be less scratchy and gentler than the sephora face brush. I havent tried a baby brush so I dont know how it compares. I must say that my face does look less red and more even toned in the last four days since I've started using the face brush
  7. I've been using a face brush for the last few days. My skin looks better and feels smoother, but is the baby brush supposed to be even softer than a face brush. I'm using sephora and crabtree and evelyn to compare. I was wondering do you use the baby brush twice a day? I still have a few active pimples do you find using a brush irritates the skin at all or breaks you out after awhile? Also, how do you keep your brush clean, because I heard that they can be good breeding grounds for bacteria.
  8. good question... I cant cover my scars that well either. I actually think they look almost purple in natural light. I wonder if using make up primer before putting on the mineral make up would help? I have a sample of lorac's oil free aquaprep primer I'll try it out tomorrow and post if I notice any difference.
  9. I'm not an ingredients expert ... but if you google Acne Detective, you should be able to bring up a database of common ingredients and a rating of how irritating and how comedogenic they are. It isn't foolproof, but it's a good start. Does DHC say what the pH of that soap is? I don't advise anyone to use baking soda on their skin because of the pH issues (there's a thread on the first page of the Acne Research forum about this, btw). If you want a cheap scrub, just use sugar. Thanks. I
  10. I'm new to the whole posting thing, but LionQueen you seem to know what your talking about (and I have no clue). Anyway I have been washing my face with dhc pure soap, exfoliating with baking soda, toning with ACV, and washing with pure soap and using dan's bp at night to treat my acne. Does this sound ok to you, or would you also recommend I stay away from baking soda? The ingredients for pure soap are: water, sorbitol, sucrose, myristic acid, lauric acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid, butylene
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