Have you found A Skin Care Product That REALLY works?

  1. shauncr profile image56
    shauncrposted 6 years ago

    Most skin care products promise the earth but deliver very little.

    Many are just placaebos that make you feel good because you are taking some kind of action to take care of yourself but most offer few if any real solutions.

    I believe that beauty products that say they can reduce wrinkles or give you younger looking skin should deliver on their promises and not just be a waste of my valuable time and money.

    I raised this topic because I think I have finally found one that works and I have even taken the time to write a Hubpage about it, it's called L2G.

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    Although I have included a link to their site at the bottom of my Hubpage, I have not used an Affiliate link even though I joined their Affiliate program.

    I just want to get the word out about a genuine beauty product that really works and I did not want to make money from telling you about it.

    Has anyone else found a beauty product that is genuine?

    If so, we want to hear about it...

  2. AmyEliza profile image60
    AmyElizaposted 6 years ago

    Everyone has different skin so it's tough to find a product. What works on one type of skin won't necessarily work on another. For myself, I have a fairly basic routine and my skin is pretty nice minus the odd blemish I get.

    First, I remove my makeup with a 50/50 mixture of extra virgin olive oil and water.
    Next, I wash my face with Neutrogena facial wash for sensitive skin.
    I then exfoliate usually just with a face cloth, but I also use St. Ives apricot rub sometimes.
    I then rub Garnier Skin Naturals Pure Astringent Toner on my face. When it's dry I moisturize with Neutrogena Oil Free moisturizer.
    Some people will say don’t use the Garnier Toner because it has alcohol in it and alcohol dries the skin, but for me it helps make my blemishes go away. I didn’t use it for a couple of months and my skin broke out. I started using it again last week and my skin is clear again. If I get a pimple and I use it the pimple is reduced or gone in 2 days, if not the very next day.

    I don't know if I believe most of the products claiming to reduce the appearance of winkles. I think most are a gimmick. I don’t have wrinkles so I can’t say for certain since I have never tried the products, but instead of spending money (which can be a lot.. hundreds of dollars) for products that claim to reduce the appearance of winkles and fine lines I say use natural ingredients instead. Egg whites, honey and olive oil all help with rejuvenating the skin. I use a homemade facial mask with 1 tbsp honey, 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil and 1 egg white. Put it on your face and leave it for 15 minutes after you have steamed and washed your face. Again, I don’t have winkles, but I do find that my face looks healthier, supple and refreshed after I rinse the mask off.

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      Chris Hughposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Yes! Coconut oil, retin-a, argan oil, estrogen. Those are all i put on my skin. I wrote some hubs on health and beauty, btw.

 
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