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ZC 03-05-2003 10:59 AM

In search of a good moisturiser
 
I'd like to know your opinion on expensive moisturisers versus cheap ones. Ive always steared clear of cheaper brands, such as Loreal, cos ive always identified it with shampoo and conditioners but lately ive noticed theyre making some pretty good moisturisers but im wary of buying one because they always put perfume in their creams and this puts me off totally. Im looking for a simple daily moisturiser that wont break me out and id rather not spend a lot of money for a tiny pot of cream, any ideas?

cholo 03-05-2003 05:09 PM

hi zc I read your post and I use to feel the same way so I would buy creams that were expensive cause I was afraid loreal or anything in just regular stores would mess up my skin I clinique for over 7yrs then my skin started to break out real bad and I never had this problem so after using almost everything in the market from expensive to cheap the only thing I could use right now is cetaphil gentle cleanser purpose soap purpose moisturizer spf15 and neutrogena moisturizer for combination skin don't be afraid to try different stuff one will eventually work for you sorry my poat is so long hope maybe this can help you some.

Sammypie 03-05-2003 05:15 PM

I don't mean to be insulting, but it is really hard to read a post when there is no punctuation what-so-ever... Periods and commas help a lot. Thanks!!

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