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Michelle F.
Review for L'Oréal Paris RevitaLift® Triple Power Deep Acting Moisturizer - 1 week, 6 days ago
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Beauty Junkie Expert Level 3
I was one of the lucky folks that got to do the revitalift challenge for 14 days.  I usually use serums, acids and creams twice daily anyway so adding this was a breeze.  I was able to replace my HA and day and night cream with this product.  It has a really nice, soft scent that dissipates quickly.  I used less in the am so I wouldn't be held up waiting for it to absorb before moving on to primer and foundation.  I had no problems at all doing it this way and my skin looked brighter, more supple and plumped while using this.  It is a bit on the pricier side for a drug store beauty product but I feel it is well worth it.  This is no Lancome, Dr. Jart or Drunk Elephant but it does not have that wallet destroying price either.  I've tried those products before and prefer this over them because it does what they do without destroying your checking account!
Neutral
Oily, Combination, Sensitive, Mature
Acne, Large Pores, Puffiness, Sensitivity, Scarring, Uneven Skin Tone
Dark Circles, Puffiness, Fine Lines
Review for Triple Moisture Herbal Whipped Body Creme - 2 months, 2 weeks ago
LOVE the scent of this and how quickly it soaks in to your skin.  It isn't as pricey and works well.  I do wish the pump was one of those that got all of the product out or at least most of it.  When I have this I use it sometimes several times a day but definitely daily.
Neutral
Oily, Combination, Sensitive, Mature
Acne, Large Pores, Puffiness, Sensitivity, Scarring, Uneven Skin Tone
Stretch Marks, Dryness, Sagging, Scarring
This was ok but still felt a bit heavy for my taste for daytime use.  I DID find that if I applied it and gave it at least 1/2 an hour before applying makeup it was great.  The packaging is ok,  the price wasn't incredible there just has to be a better way for folks with acne prone skin, and t zone oiliness to still protect our skin from UV rays that doesn't break the bank.
Neutral
Oily, Combination, Sensitive, Mature
Acne, Large Pores, Puffiness, Sensitivity, Scarring, Uneven Skin Tone
Stretch Marks, Dryness, Sagging, Scarring
Review for The Ordinary Azelaic Acid Suspension - 3 months ago
My daughter and I use this 3-4 times a week as part of our The Ordinary regimen.  It was suggested this be used for folks with acne prone skin and if you needed to even our skin tone.  A little about us and our experience with The Ordinary:  I had been researching this line for a couple of months and when I saw them being sold on beautylish I went ahead and pulled the trigger.  I am 50 and have not ever had much in the way of skincare aside from washing and sometimes I'd use moisturizer but never sunscreen or a regular skincare regimen.  In the last 5 months or so I started making my own toner with witch hazel, sometimes ACV and sometimes rosewater with 4 to 6 drops of tea tree oil and finish filling a 6 oz bottle with distilled water.  I added a rosehip oil and then squalane in addition to a regular day and night time moisturizer.  Still the wrinkles were there.  I and my daughter started a regular regimen 3 weeks ago that includes the retinol 2% 3 to 4 times a week.  She has cystic acne and I am still bothered with the occasional breakout.  Her skin has made a HUGE difference.  Her old acne scars are lightening, she has had ONE breakthrough pimple during her cycle which is UNHEARD of for her.  She has PCOS and when she does have her cycle she usually has massive breakouts.  She was using tretinoin years ago with no real result but this regimen has made all the difference.  She uses this 3x a week, lactic acid 3x a week and one day she treats her whole face with salicylic acid.  She uses the aha bha peel 1 or 2 times a week as well as the buffet and HA with B5, she also uses a vitamin C suspension as well.  She ends up with adding about 5 drops of squalane and 3-4 drops of rosehip oil to her Coral Actives moisturizer for acne prone skin.  I can not recommend this line enough.  if you need help with setting up a regimen contact customer service or 'the monkeys' at Deciem (they are the parent company for The Ordinary) They are glad to help you figure it out OR I used the pdf file they have loaded there for help with what to purchase for whatever concerns you have for your skin.  My regimen is similar to my daughters with additional steps that has made a WORLD of difference in my skin.
Neutral
Oily, Combination, Sensitive, Mature
Acne, Large Pores, Puffiness, Sensitivity, Scarring, Uneven Skin Tone
Dark Circles, Puffiness, Fine Lines
Review for The Ordinary "Buffet" - 3 months ago
This stuff is amazing! I use this twice daily and there is such a marked difference in my skin AND my daughter's cystic acne we are both amazed.  She uses this in the PM only and the HA in the AM.  A little about us and our experience with The Ordinary:  I had been researching this line for a couple of months and when I saw them being sold on beautylish I went ahead and pulled the trigger.  I am 50 and have not ever had much in the way of skincare aside from washing and sometimes I'd use moisturizer but never sunscreen or a regular skincare regimen.  In the last 5 months or so I started making my own toner with witch hazel, sometimes ACV and sometimes rosewater with 4 to 6 drops of tea tree oil and finish filling a 6 oz bottle with distilled water.  I added a rosehip oil and then squalane in addition to a regular day and night time moisturizer.  Still the wrinkles were there.  I and my daughter started a regular regimen 3 weeks ago that includes the retinol 2% 3 to 4 times a week.  She has cystic acne and I am still bothered with the occasional breakout.  Her skin has made a HUGE difference.  Her old acne scars are lightening, she has had ONE breakthrough pimple during her cycle which is UNHEARD of for her.  She has PCOS and when she does have her cycle she usually has massive breakouts.  She was using tretinoin years ago with no real result but this regimen has made all the difference.  She uses this 3x a week, lactic acid 3x a week and one day she treats her whole face with salicylic acid.  She uses the aha bha peel 1 or 2 times a week as well as the buffet and HA with B5, she also uses a vitamin C suspension as well.  She ends up with adding about 5 drops of squalane and 3-4 drops of rosehip oil to her Coral Actives moisturizer for acne prone skin.  I can not recommend this line enough.  if you need help with setting up a regimen contact customer service or 'the monkeys' at Deciem (they are the parent company for The Ordinary) They are glad to help you figure it out OR I used the pdf file they have loaded there for help with what to purchase for whatever concerns you have for your skin.  My regimen is similar to my daughters with additional steps that has made a WORLD of difference in my skin.
Neutral
Oily, Combination, Sensitive, Mature
Acne, Large Pores, Puffiness, Sensitivity, Scarring, Uneven Skin Tone
Dark Circles, Puffiness, Fine Lines
I began doing this in the AM mainly because I am not on a schedule to have to leave early in the AM and I don't have to juggle children anymore, mine are all grown.  But I switched it to night time use because I was using a moisturizer in addition to this in the AM and another The Ordinary product at night, I just switched them around and do this at night now.  I did find that this leaves a gritty feel after using.  I use it as my last step before my rosehip oil and squalane.  I mostly have time to allow there to be 10-15 minutes before going onto that step.  I found that the grittiness goes away after that short time period and this line has made such an incredible difference  I figured the little bit of inconvenience was well worth it with the benefit of the product.  It does tingle a little bit after applying but not so much that I can't stand it and I have sort of sensitive skin.   A little about us and our experience with The Ordinary:  I had been researching this line for a couple of months and when I saw them being sold on beautylish I went ahead and pulled the trigger.  I am 50 and have not ever had much in the way of skincare aside from washing and sometimes I'd use moisturizer but never sunscreen or a regular skincare regimen.  In the last 5 months or so I started making my own toner with witch hazel, sometimes ACV and sometimes rosewater with 4 to 6 drops of tea tree oil and finish filling a 6 oz bottle with distilled water.  I added a rosehip oil and then squalane in addition to a regular day and night time moisturizer.  Still the wrinkles were there.  I and my daughter started a regular regimen 3 weeks ago that includes the retinol 2% 3 to 4 times a week.  She has cystic acne and I am still bothered with the occasional breakout.  Her skin has made a HUGE difference.  Her old acne scars are lightening, she has had ONE breakthrough pimple during her cycle which is UNHEARD of for her.  She has PCOS and when she does have her cycle she usually has massive breakouts.  She was using tretinoin years ago with no real result but this regimen has made all the difference.  She uses this 3x a week, lactic acid 3x a week and one day she treats her whole face with salicylic acid.  She uses the aha bha peel 1 or 2 times a week as well as the buffet and HA with B5, she also uses a vitamin C suspension as well.  She ends up with adding about 5 drops of squalane and 3-4 drops of rosehip oil to her Coral Actives moisturizer for acne prone skin.  I can not recommend this line enough.  if you need help with setting up a regimen contact customer service or 'the monkeys' at Deciem (they are the parent company for The Ordinary) They are glad to help you figure it out OR I used the pdf file they have loaded there for help with what to purchase for whatever concerns you have for your skin.  My regimen is similar to my daughters with additional steps that has made a WORLD of difference in my skin.
Neutral
Oily, Combination, Sensitive, Mature
Acne, Large Pores, Puffiness, Sensitivity, Scarring, Uneven Skin Tone
Dark Circles, Puffiness, Fine Lines
Review for The Ordinary AHA + BHA 2% Peeling Solution - 3 months ago
My daughter and I use this twice weekly.  It does have a bit of a sting or tingle for a couple of minutes but it isn't so bad you can't stand it.  She leaves it on for 7 minutes I leave it on for the full 10 but don't leave it on longer.  You might need to set a timer so you don't forget.  This truly makes an instant difference to our faces.  When it is rinsed off my skin is brighter, supple and plumped.  We LOVE this stuff and you can NOT beat the price! A little about us and our experience with The Ordinary:  I had been researching this line for a couple of months and when I saw them being sold on beautylish I went ahead and pulled the trigger.  I am 50 and have not ever had much in the way of skincare aside from washing and sometimes I'd use moisturizer but never sunscreen or a regular skincare regimen.  In the last 5 months or so I started making my own toner with witch hazel, sometimes ACV and sometimes rosewater with 4 to 6 drops of tea tree oil and finish filling a 6 oz bottle with distilled water.  I added a rosehip oil and then squalane in addition to a regular day and night time moisturizer.  Still the wrinkles were there.  I and my daughter started a regular regimen 3 weeks ago that includes this retinol 3 to 4 times a week.  She has cystic acne and I am still bothered with the occasional breakout.  Her skin has made a HUGE difference.  Her old acne scars are lightening, she has had ONE breakthrough pimple during her cycle which is UNHEARD of for her.  She has PCOS and when she does have her cycle she usually has massive breakouts.  She was using tretinoin years ago with no real result but this regimen has made all the difference.  She uses this 3x a week, lactic acid 3x a week and one day she treats her whole face with salicylic acid.  She uses the aha bha peel 1 or 2 times a week as well as the buffet and HA with B5, she also uses a vitamin C suspension as well.  She ends up with adding about 5 drops of squalane and 3-4 drops of rosehip oil to her Coral Actives moisturizer for acne prone skin.  I can not recommend this line enough.  if you need help with setting up a regimen contact customer service or 'the monkeys' at Deciem (they are the parent company for The Ordinary) They are glad to help you figure it out OR I used the pdf file they have loaded there for help with what to purchase for whatever concerns you have for your skin.  My regimen is similar to my daughters with additional steps that has made a WORLD of difference in my skin.
Neutral
Oily, Combination, Sensitive, Mature
Acne, Large Pores, Puffiness, Sensitivity, Scarring, Uneven Skin Tone
Review for The Ordinary Advanced Retinoid 2% Serum - 3 months ago
I had been researching this line for a couple of months and when I saw them being sold on beautylish I went ahead and pulled the trigger.  I am 50 and have not ever had much in the way of skincare aside from washing and sometimes I'd use moisturizer but never sunscreen or a regular skincare regimen.  In the last 5 months or so I started making my own toner with witch hazel, sometimes ACV and sometimes rosewater with 4 to 6 drops of tea tree oil and finish filling a 6 oz bottle with distilled water.  I added a rosehip oil and then squalane in addition to a regular day and night time moisturizer.  Still the wrinkles were there.  I and my daughter started a regular regimen 3 weeks ago that includes this retinol 3 to 4 times a week.  She has cystic acne and I am still bothered with the occasional breakout.  Her skin has made a HUGE difference.  Her old acne scars are lightening, she has had ONE breakthrough pimple during her cycle which is UNHEARD of for her.  She has PCOS and when she does have her cycle she usually has massive breakouts.  She was using tretinoin years ago with no real result but this regimen has made all the difference.  She uses this 3x a week, lactic acid 3x a week and one day she treats her whole face with salicylic acid.  She uses the aha bha peel 1 or 2 times a week as well as the buffet and HA with B5, she also uses a vitamin C suspension as well.  She ends up with adding about 5 drops of squalane and 3-4 drops of rosehip oil to her Coral Actives moisturizer for acne prone skin.  I can not recommend this line enough.  if you need help with setting up a regimen contact customer service or 'the monkeys' at Deciem (they are the parent company for The Ordinary) They are glad to help you figure it out OR I used the pdf file they have loaded there for help with what to purchase for whatever concerns you have for your skin.  My regimen is similar to my daughters with additional steps that has made a WORLD of difference in my skin.
Neutral
Oily, Combination, Sensitive, Mature
Acne, Large Pores, Puffiness, Sensitivity, Scarring, Uneven Skin Tone
Dark Circles, Puffiness, Fine Lines
Review for Makeup Geek Eyeshadow Pans - 7 months ago
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Beauty Junkie Expert Level 3
Review for: Makeup Geek Eyeshadow Pans
I've spent entirely too much money in my 49 years on eye shadow singles, palettes, quads, duos you name it. When I started watching youtube videos on eye looks I kept hearing a name I didn't recognize Marlena and Makeup Geek or MUG. I finally got my first order together and Whaaaaat?! These eye shadows are BOSS! Let me say, I am a bit long in the tooth to wear shimmers, glitters, and all of the assorted finishes. So I am always on the lookout for good matte shadows. I prefer just a little shimmer, satin or what other finish to go just in the center of my lid and my inner corner. These shadows are AMAZING! and SO inexpensive! My UD, KVD, The Balm, ELF, Loreal and Morphe palettes don't get nearly the love since I began building my MUG palette. If you've never tried them, what on earth are you waiting for?? No parabens, Talcs and cruelty free as well as being mostly vegan and at 6.00 and sometimes you'll catch a sale too... OMG you HAVE to try them! I am super excited to get my Christmas present which is new MUG lippies, highlighters and a couple of blushes to try next! ohhh btw! ALL made in America too.
Neutral
Brown
Review for Boxycharm - 7 months, 1 week ago
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Beauty Junkie Expert Level 3
Boxy is my FAVORITE subbie service, you get 5 and sometimes 6 full size name brand beauty products sent to you monthly for 21.00 a month! I have not had a box that totaled less than 100.00 value. I have been introduced to some really nice brands that I have become a loyal customer to. I really think Boxycharm is the ONE subbie service you NEED.
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