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January 31, 2011


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Well, gosh darn. I am impressed :) I thought I knew every great skin care product-- but I have never heard of any of the above and am so excited to try them!

Have you even tried Avalon Vitamin C Serum? One of my favorites.

Thanks for the post!



I am a huge fan of straight up jojoba oil at night. It is inexpensive, and it is the only product I've ever been able to convince my husband to use on his VERY dry and flakey skin. He says it doesn't affront his manhood! I will check out the sunscreen. Thanks.

Andrea @ Mineral Cosmetics

Love the ingredients. All safe and does a great job on the skin, especially rose hip and jojoba oil. Can't wait for them to touch my skin.

organic skin care

Wonderful skin care collection. I admire you for sharing your experience and such great review for these products. I will be waiting for your next post.

Antropia Luna

You have some really good suggestions here for organic skincare. I like the idea of bergamot as a spray for amoratherapy--the whole blend sounds luscious.

Victoria Principal Cosmetics

When it's winter time, the most problem areas are hands and feet (and legs in my case). The skin becomes so dry, pale and lifeless, so I usually apply on it the fatest cream I can get. Ayurveda advices Ghee (melted butter) for these purposes, and actually my yoga teacher finds it as the best recipe.

Alexis Owmizer

Winter causes moisture loss on a person's skin. It is mostly because the humidity level in the weather decreases! Our skin is very vulnerable to certain changes in the environment. There are some who use natural products as protection, and others prefer to have permanent protection that could be achieved through certain procedures. It's important for a person to know what treatments best suit his or her skin.

eczema free forever

Changing temperatures mean a change of routine, no matter which part of the world you live in.
Use a good moisturizer. Choose a highly protective day cream which contains zinc oxide, and provides SPF30 protection to form a barrier against the elements. Creamier, water-in-oil emulsions are best. And don't forget about your lips. Chapped lips are often the most noticeable problem for a lady in the winter. Use a highly moisturizing lip balm which provides a protective barrier, with vitamin E for good elasticity.

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