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Users of Paula's Choice products
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Posted 12 February 2013 - 09:49 AM
Who is using Paula's Choice products? What do you use? What is good?
I am 39, very dry skin, a few wrinkles but not too bad, few freckles but not terrible sunspots.
I have bought the day Resist moisteriser with spf and I am happy with it. I also got lots of samples and everything seems to be good but I am kinda confused! There seem to be so many exfoliaters, treatments and serums and that all have similar benefits and I dont really know which ones to buy so I thought I'd ask for some recommendations.
Do I get the weekly resurfacing treatment or a daily one or BOTH?
Posted 12 February 2013 - 08:30 PM
I am now 38 and for the past 18m have been using the resist line.
I do use the daily resurfacing daily, have the weekly but don't actually use it that often.
I have the anti oxidant resist serum,
Moisture boost toner ( I have dry skin)
Resist barrier repair moisturiser
Skin recovery moisturiser
I do like the products.
Posted 13 February 2013 - 08:24 PM
Thank you. I am being posted the two moisteriser samples that you mentioned.
Might just start with the daily treatment and see how it goes.
Posted 15 February 2013 - 09:45 PM
I use the moisture boost cleanser morning and night with my clarisonic.
I alternate between the BHA9 and the 8% AHA gel at night.
Followed by the brightener, retinol serum, then moisture boost or recovery moisturiser.
In the morning I just apply the moisture boost SPF after cleansing.
I tried the resist cleanser and barrier cream but prefer her other options.
Eta I think there are quite a few links on her website to help choose the right products for your skin
Edited by Angelina Ballerina, 15 February 2013 - 09:47 PM.
Posted 16 February 2013 - 06:19 PM
I am trialling some of this, but an finding the smell of the moisturizer hard to get used to. I am
Trying the hydralite range (oily t-zone), it has BHA 1% but not a SPF sunscreen (tricky).
Did anyone else have this issue? My Clairins always smells lovely and fresh.
Posted 16 February 2013 - 06:58 PM
They are made for sensitive skins so they are perfume free and don't always smell so great but I love her products. The website is pretty helpful on helping you decide what to use. I love the face cleanser...I use it to wash my face and my eyemakeup comes off, without any scrubbing. I have oily acne prone skin so I use the BHA lotion mostly but occasionally use the AHA. I have very sensitive skin but have never reacted to her products.
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