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#1 of 4 Old 11-12-2006, 08:25 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I am currently using Avalon Organics Vitamin C moisturizing lotion, but it is just too heavy and greasy-feeling... Any suggestions? I was using Repechage, a seaweed based salon product, but it has parabens and so I assume also other things I am trying to avoid...
I really don't have time to make my own skin care products, and would love to find something that is ready-to-buy!!

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Depending on the weather, I use unrefined shea (pea size on moist skin). I tried jojoba last night and today, and think I might be in love.............
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I love my Mychelle dermaceuticals pumpkin cream. Has some synthetics but no real nasties.
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I like Kiss My Face with aloe and alpha-hydroxy. I have "combination skin", and it's very good for moisturizing the dry parts without making the adjacent oily parts break out.

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