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Koi
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hand makeup

Post by Koi » 5 months ago

Since the hands are one of the signs of ageing, and we like our rings to look their best, how about formulating a full coverage foundation cream for the tops of the hands that will hide the sun damage, while still looking natural? Lots of us mature ladies would love it. I mix my own now, with so-so results.
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RoseyRuby
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Post by RoseyRuby » 5 months ago

Koi wrote:
5 months ago
Since the hands are one of the signs of ageing, and we like our rings to look their best, how about formulating a full coverage foundation cream for the tops of the hands that will hide the sun damage, while still looking natural? Lots of us mature ladies would love it. I mix my own now, with so-so results.
I have been using David Pollock's Dark Spot Remover, along with my Opatra Dermineck (the Green light option) and I am VERY pleased with the results. The wrinkles are smoothed out and all of the dark spots are slowly fading away--on the left side of my face, also. I use an 85spf cream too, every a.m. It took at least 2mos. to see results, but I've tried other lotions, etc. and nothing worked like this combo.
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Koi
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Post by Koi » 5 months ago

Thank you so much! I will start this right away, before things get worse.
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CJM
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Post by CJM » 5 months ago

Has anyone ever used lanolin cream? I got some off of the “river” website. I think it’s from new zealand. It’s awesome! I was desperate for something in the winter. My hands crack all winter long. It doesn’t smell and it’s not greasy. It’s called Merino hand cream.
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