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Registered: ‎03-10-2010

Re: Best and worst beauty purchases for 2020

@ElvisShops   sorry for the delay in answering your question. This comes from the U beauty web site for the Resurfacer:



Neutralize damage causing free radicals. Help detoxify the skin.

Stabilized Vitamin C
Visibly brightens + boosts collagen, elasticity and tone. Fortifies skin’s moisture barrier. Diminishes the appearance of fine lines + wrinkles.

Stabilized Vitamin E
Hydrates. Defends skin from damage causing free radicals.

Amino Acids, the building blocks of proteins, Peptides help restore youthful skin functionality.  

Stable Retinol
Gently promotes normal cell renewal, visibly restores skin + diminishes the look of  fine lines and wrinkles.

Hyaluronic Acids
Visibly boost collagen + hydrate. Reduce the look of fines lines + wrinkles.

Gently exfoliate skin. Diminish visible fine lines + wrinkles, decongest pores, visibly improve skin’s elasticity, tone + texture.


I think the benefit is from the combination of active ingredients. They just tick all of the boxes.  As for the Hydrator, It sinks in after a few minutes. Then I follow with my sunscreen, then after a few more minutes, whatever foundation I might use for the day.


I hope this helps...cheryl

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Re: Best and worst beauty purchases for 2020

Best: Schwarzkopf Gliss Hair repair shampoo and conditioner, Makes hair like glass.

Worst: Perricone Face Finishing Moisturizer, does nothing and has a heavy rose smell. Cant stand it on my face but don't want to throw it away so using it on my feet. 

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Registered: ‎05-08-2010

Re: Best and worst beauty purchases for 2020

BEST:  Retin A

            Maison 276 3 piece hair sytem

            Maison 276 Botanical Dry Oil


WORST:  Laura Geller eye pencils