Ingredients in skincare products.

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silleemee
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Ingredients in skincare products.

Post by silleemee » 1 year ago

I won't buy any skincare product if the ingredients are not shown on the website. For me it is very important to know what I am buying, especially skincare products. It would be nice if SLC would put them up so we can see them.
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silleemee wrote:
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I won't buy any skincare product if the ingredients are not shown on the website. For me it is very important to know what I am buying, especially skincare products. It would be nice if SLC would put them up so we can see them.
It cracks me up that the person wears a lab coat. Yeah, that makes me want to slap your products on my face. Not!
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Post by 2Blonde » 1 year ago

@silleemee I just want to say "hello!" It's nice to see a familiar name from the "other" bulletin board! :)
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Post by silleemee » 1 year ago

HI! 2Blonde! yes it's me from 'there'.
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Post by Vicky » 1 year ago

Since I was a teen I only used Ponds cold cream to clean off my makeup. I know I should use something to moisturize my skin, but I always get compliments on my skin. During my medical career lots of my patients wanted to know what I used on my skin. So I figure why ruin a good thing by applying anything😆 well maybe its Genetics. My mom who did get talked into the buying all kind of creams, by the Macys salesladies, had beautiful skin. Talking about Genetics, I also inherited her faulty Gene which directs the body not to get rid of any FAT cells 🤬😰👹🙀👎
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Post by Moderator_Preston » 1 year ago

silleemee wrote:
1 year ago
I won't buy any skincare product if the ingredients are not shown on the website. For me it is very important to know what I am buying, especially skincare products. It would be nice if SLC would put them up so we can see them.
Gemsnob wrote:
1 year ago
silleemee wrote:
1 year ago
I won't buy any skincare product if the ingredients are not shown on the website. For me it is very important to know what I am buying, especially skincare products. It would be nice if SLC would put them up so we can see them.
It cracks me up that the person wears a lab coat. Yeah, that makes me want to slap your products on my face. Not!
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Thank you both so much for your feedback. I have forwarded it all directly to our web, shows/programming, beauty, and set/production teams so they can keep this in mind for the future. Thank you all again for your posts, and for being a part of the Shop LC family!
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Post by JewelryQueen » 1 year ago

Back when I was dancing and we had heavy stage makeup we would wipe our faces down with Crisco followed up by a witch hazel cleanse! Now I don't use anything but the hypoallergenic lotion I make, on my face (or anywhere). If it didn't have just a TINY bit (1%) of chemical preservative you could eat it. You would be very regular, but you could eat it.
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Post by Hayhaypaula » 1 year ago

JewelryQueen wrote:
1 year ago
Back when I was dancing and we had heavy stage makeup we wold wipe our faces down with Crisco followed up by a witch hazel cleanse! Now I don't use anything but the hypoallergenic lotion I make, on my face (or anywhere). If it didn't have just a TINY bit (1%) of chemical preservative you could eat it. You would be very regular, but you could eat it.
I LOVE mineral oil, too!
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Post by JewelryQueen » 1 year ago

Yep, although for very dry skin like feet, I prefer olive oil or avacado oil with a pair of socks on overnight. Works wonders. Bottom line one should not put products loaded with chemicals on your body as skin is an organ and absorbs what you put on it.
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Post by ElleST » 3 weeks ago

I'm in favor of natural ingredients in my cosmetics (if possible). Tea tree oil products are ideal for my acne-prone skin, such as aeno. Also with retinol. only normal retinol is, oh, how difficult it can be to find.
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