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anti-aginganti-aging
"the serum is great for aging skin, like my own, it has all natural ingredients"
- Ulta User
"it lightly moisturizes your skin and reduced the fine lines"
- Ulta User
hydrationhydrating
"the serum is not greasy but it is super hydrating and plumps your skin up and gives that youthful appearance"
- Ulta User
"my skin feels hydrated and softer than before, and i love how this product is made—i can be sure that i am not putting harmful chemicals on my face"
- Ulta User
Good for sensitive skin

"...(plus comes with your own seeds) the product lathers okay would need two pumps possibly to lather the whole body however it's amazing for sensitive skin like mine no itching or re..."

- Ulta User

"...i really love this body cleanser, i have sensitive skin and this one is the first one i found that don't bother my skin..."

- Ulta User
Okay for sensitive skin

"...the cleanser is so very gentle on my sensitive skin, yet removes makeup and leaves my skin so soft and clean..."

- Ulta User

"...it has a very nice gentle cleanse which is great for my sensitive skin..."

- Ulta User
gentlenessgentle
"in my experience, the gentle facial cleanser has served multiple cleansing and makeup removal purposes"
- Ulta User
"a gentle fragrance without it being overwhelming, and it's natural"
- Ulta User
gentlenessgentle
"its very gentle on both the hair and the scalp and i love the fresh clean scent"
- Ulta User
"it's so gentle in your scalp and for sensitive skin as well"
- Ulta User

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Jade Anacleto
dryDry Skin

Ladies can you help me with that? As you can see in the picture this area under my eyes are getting SO dry. I’ve put a little of the organic rose hip seed oil then tried to put on some concealer (the tarte one) but looks even more dry. Any good products for dry skin under eyes? Specially before putting make up on...

Jessica Bullard
dryDry Skin
Girl I feel your pain! As I’ve gotten older my under eyes have gotten so ridiculously dry causing fine lines. I’ve done tons of research and read hundreds of reviews and this has been a game changer. Biossance squaline +marine algae eye cream. It’s so moisturizing like a balm and works well under concealer. The lady as Sephora said they can’t keep it in stock because it’s that good. It works better than $105 Chanel eye cream I was about to buy because it was a favorite among dermatologists. Also IT cosmetics has been the best moisturizing , anti-aging and full coverage concealer for me. Hope this helps

Bye Bye Under Eye Full Coverage Anti-Aging Waterproof Concealer

IT Cosmetics
$27
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Lilly Caro
combinationCombination Skin

Ever since I’ve been in quarantine I’ve been amping up my skincare routine. I cleanse, tone, moisturize and occasionally use a serum or Rosehip seed oil as well... and I do this 1-2x a day. I have pretty decent skin but I can’t seem to understand why these angry breakouts keep popping up randomly, especially on the lower region of my face. Perhaps hormonal? I’m trying proactiv on them, I face mask about twice a week, I just don’t get it. Maybe I’m using too much product? Or washing my face only in the middle of the day too much rather than before bed or in the morning? Please help me understand haha because when I get pimples like this they turn into dark spots and last for weeks sometimes even months :/

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Kerstin Boggs
combinationCombination Skin

Okay, just going to put this out there for anyone struggling with their skin and acne. After doing loads of research trying to find ways to help my acne, I’ve found something that has really helped me so I figured I’d share. There are so many ingredients in just about every skincare and makeup product out there, whether it be drugstore or high end, that are actually pretty bad for acne. Ingredients like silicones, alcohols (like cetearyl, hexadecyl, stearyl, etc.), oils (like coconut, almond, avocado, soybean, cotton seed, etc.), bismuth oxichloride, ethylhexyl palmitate, and so many more can be very irritating to your skin and can cause acne and/or clogged pores. You can look for a list of acne irritating ingredients online. I mainly refer to the list on “caryskincare.com” and try to avoid as many ingredients on that list as possible. The main thing you want to keep in mind is if those ingredients are higher up on the ingredient list, the more of it is in the product. If they are lower on the list it’s probably not bound to irritate your skin as much. I focus on avoiding these ingredients in my skincare the most. As for makeup, let me tell you, that is almost harder to find products. 😂 The only makeup I’ve really switched to so far is the Alima Pure Satin Matte Foundation which I actually really love. Between all of this, my skin has improved so much. ——— Mind you that this is not guaranteed to completely cure acne, it may help minimize it though. I still use a prescription acne gel myself. If you use products that include these ingredients in it that work for you, that’s absolutely great, I wish my skin would be like that!! Just saying this to put this out there for those like myself with very stubborn acne and who have a hard time controlling it. 🙂 ———

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