Jul 14, 2012
Brands like Clinique and Biotherm feel good on your skin. But USD70.00 is a lot, and I don't think I'd purchase a USD70.00 moisturizer unless I could really afford it.
Jul 15, 2012
I'm not a dermatologist or anything but I often read that you should go drugstore for cleansers and splurge on serums/treatments. Moisturizers you can use either. Remember that a lot of drugstore brands are huge companies and have the money to put major research into their formulations! :)
Jul 16, 2012
I think that you have to use what your skin needs. I think generally it's good to try a few and then decide what's best for your skin. My grandmother has amazing skin and she swears by witch hazel and rose water!
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