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12-08-2014 05:56 PM
I have it. I have used it. I am not convinced that it's all it's cracked up to be.
I prefer Philosophy Microdelivery Wash.
12-08-2014 06:48 PM
12-08-2014 06:57 PM
Honestly, I like the "method" of Tatcha, but I think it's just too darned expensive. I found more reasonably priced dupes on Amazon when Tatcha was first introduced and have been very happy with them. The benefits are more for the money and no talc in the enzyme powder. The enzyme powder is also super gentle. If you're interested in doing any shopping around, look up:
Dr. Young Camellia Cleansing Deep Cleansing Oil
Fleur de Lis Rice and Papaya Enzyme Powder
There are a lot of other cleansing/enzyme powders out there as well. I've been looking around and thinking about trying some others, but the Dr. Young oil and Fleur de Lis powder are good places for you to start.
12-08-2014 07:30 PM
12-08-2014 07:40 PM
On 12/8/2014 cantdrive55 said: PS If you compare the ingredients in the Dr. Youngs oil are not the same and the Fleur de Lis is as disgusting as spreading pablum on your face, but to each, his (or her) own.
You're right, I believe the ingredients in Dr. Young's oil are better. But pablum? That's ridiculous. You obviously didn't use enough water if you had something like a pablum consistency.
12-08-2014 10:16 PM
I have tried it and it was a bit drying to my normal to dry skin. I found out it has the drying kind of alcohol in it so that would explain why. But you won't really know if it works for you unless you try it. They have sample/try me kits on their website and QVC too if I'm not mistaken.
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