I bought Neutrogena Acne Mark Fading Peel today. I just used it for the first time tonight but I've heard good things. It costs about $12 at cvs. Other people say cocoa butter works, vitamin e oil, mederma, neutrogena visibly even, and bio oil. Its all about what you want to try. Good luck!.
1. im a preteen, so how can I earn money so I can buy own stuff such as, skin care products , and makeup?
babysit dog walk paper/flyer route shouldnt your mom buy you skin care? garage sale allowance lawn care working in library bake sales water plants house sit washing cars
2. Tips on healthy habits(food,exercise etc) please?
Actually, in these polluted times, you are better off using makeup than not using it. Just be sure and wash it off like religion every night. Almost any brand is ok, find the type for your skin type, oily, dry, whatever. L'Oreal is great. The same company makes Lancome. Neutrogena makes a great line of skin care products, whether oily or dry. Shampoo and conditioner? Pantene is probably the best for the bucks. And deodorant? I like Secret. And if you are talking about "feminine hygiene" deodorant, DON"T EVEN THINK ABOUT IT - there has been a direct link between the use of those and ovarian cancer. That area of your body naturally cleanses itself
3. Why are there different face/skin care products for men/women?
First of all, there are different products used for different types of skin. I would never ever buy a skin product directed to only men or only woman because most of the time that means it has fragrance in it which is a deff. skin irritant!
4. Do skin care products like neutrogena and proactiv work? ?
look up "tea tree oil" it is all natural and really works. I really recommend this
5. What should I look for in skin care products?
Garnier Pure Active :) Hope it works
6. Good skin care products for red skin?
I have the same problem! I use Eucerin Redness Relief underneath my foundation and it help a lot. I am pretty sure you can get it at Walmart. And as for the eyelids i do not really know but i guess you could put it on their too. :)
7. What is the best moisturizer for the eye area that's organic & for younger, dry skin?
Moisturizers or beauty products DOES NOT prevent you from getting wrinkles. Sorry! Beauty Enemy #1: Parabens Parabens are preservatives used in most store-bought cleansing and beauty products. Parabens are also estrogen mimickers. This means that these toxins act to increase the production estrogen in your body. Over a dozen university studies have linked these parabens to BREAST CANCER, increased body weight in the form of belly and thigh fat, and accelerated aging, specifically women between the ages of 22 and 67. Beauty Enemy #2: Nanos Nanos may sounds like something out of a science fiction movie, but for your skin, they are scarier than a horror movie. Nanos cause a normal skin cell growth to break down, which results in early wrinkling, and DEEPENING THE WRINKLES you already have. Here's the shocking part: nanos are usually found in anti-aging skin lotions. It's scary that the creams we ladies are using to look younger can actually make us look older! Nanos are also found in the majority of sunscreen lotions, so beware. FYI: In the beauty industry, there is no industry-agreed meaning for terms like 'organic' or 'natural'. Unlike the food industry, these terms are not regulated for cosmetics which means companies can use these terms pretty freely. Also, products like shampoo, conditioner and body wash are mostly made of water so therefore are mostly natural (because water is natural, right?). So if a shampoo is 90% water, then a company can simply claim "90% organic or natural" and be telling the truth. Certainly, this is not in the spirit of what people believe organic to mean, but it is within the law. Do not believe the hype: "For skin care products, 'organic is not enough,. Some organic products are fabulous, and some are not." Dr. Lisa Chipps , M.D. specializes in removing skin cancer & repairing the resultant wound (laser therapy whiz) in Rodeo Drive. "Organic skin care products are trendy, but that does not mean nonorganic ones are dangerous," Wendy E. Roberts, M.D. past president of the Women's Dermatologic Society. Glamour May 2012 Example 100% additive-free natural tobacco, labeling as required by the FDA: Organic tobacco does NOT mean a safer cigarette. No additives in our tobacco does NOT mean a safer cigarette. Are cosmetics made with "organic" ingredients safer for consumers than those made with ingredients from other sources? No. An ingredient's source does not determine its safety. For example, many plants, whether or not they are organically grown, contain substances that may be toxic or allergenic. For more on this subject, see FDA Poisonous Plant Database. Under the FD&C Act, all cosmetic products and ingredients are subject to the same safety requirement: They must be safe for consumers under labeled or customary conditions of use (FD&C Act, section 601(a). Companies and individuals who market cosmetics have a legal responsibility to ensure that their products and ingredients are safe for the intended use. Example: "That's what I get for trying out an organic shampoo / conditioner containing eucalyptus oil, tea tree oil, peppermint oil and a bunch of other ingredients, plus it's also 100% paraben, 100% sulfate free, one of which I am apparently allergic to. Back to the chemicals!" Showing photo of her rash, around her neck, face, etc. When I started using body wash that was 100% natural, paraben free, grapefruit scent, every thing was ok until it was 3/4 empty that I started feeling itchy & nauseated I could no longer stand using it, I just started rinsing off the min. I put it on, & got rid of the bottle.. GOOD skin care, GOOD genes, AND good healthy diet from Mother Nature, not products made by man, and avoiding the sun & avoiding soaking in the tub or pool = good healthy skin. SENSITIVE SKIN? Skip the gels and waterproof formulas. They contain more alcohol, as well as an ingredient called propylene glycol, which many people are allergic to. Water just can not get in (sunscreen for ex.) but sweat also can not get out - which can cause breakouts. If your SKIN IS DRY, use a good sunscreen. Best sunscreen: wear dark, thicker clothing, floppy hat,, or sun clothing embedded with UPF 50, or umbrella (which protects you up to 80% of the UV rays that cause sun damage penetrate clouds, according to the EPA).. They were invented to protect us from the elements. Your hair suffers also, so cover your hair before leaving the house. Use hats, scarves, bandanas or umbrella to protect your hair from harmful rays. During winter, floppy hat, gloves, scarves, jacket are your best sunscreen. Think 1930's fashion. Karolina Kurkova: "I am more of a you-are-what-you eat kind of person. It's about healing from the inside out." Google: FIVE FOODS TO EAT FOR BEAUTIFUL SKIN All the vitamins & minerals you need for good skin care comes from all the healthy foods you eat from Mother Nature. Google: 8 Foods that Give You Gorgeous Skin 7-10-13. Sources: Google: What Does Organic Mean for Beauty Products? The less ingredient list you see on labels, the BETTER. The longer they are, like hair dyes, the more chemicals they are. Example it should be as short as this gel: made with rosemary, cranberry, cucumber, and calendula. 5 decades of great skin care savvy, started from age 9. 63 is the new 30. I have not used moisturizer for 15 years, my skin is the same as if I used them.