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2/4/07 9:15 P

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Like I said, I got these at the "vitamin shop" it's a chain and we have them in Calif - maybe you'll find the products elsewhere but here's the link:
www.vitaminshoppe.com

The products are found here on their own sites:

www.dermae.net (vitamin A gel)
www.revivalabs.com (rosewater spray)

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2/2/07 11:07 P

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Can I get a link to their website or something?


 


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1/31/07 12:59 P

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Yep- Jojoba oil is wonderful as well. It's great to come through your hair too- next day, wash out and your hair will be ultra soft.

I do most of my shopping at the "Vitamin Shop". Their lines are inexpensive and you can find some organic products that are real nice. One of my favorite brands Is "Jason".

The rosewater is a nice 8 oz facial spray by Reviva. It claims its good for setting makeup or refreshing skin. I like spraying it on to set moisturizer.

I'm sure you could just use a water bottle just the same- emphasis is added moisture.

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1/30/07 4:19 P

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Jojoba oil has worked for me when applying it to semi-wet skin. I try to keep what I put on my skin to a minimum, so I just cetaphil moisturizer. My skin is sometimes horribly dry because of BP 5% and not to mention the fact that's it's winter. Where do you get rosewater?


 


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1/30/07 1:36 P

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Another easy tip for extra soft skin for any season- vitamin E oil.

I've made it a habit to dab about a teaspon onto my palms then mix it with a lotion. They are kep right next to the shower so upon exit, it's an easy thing to do. I've been doing this for about 5 or more years.

The Results? Super super smooth skin. :)

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1/29/07 10:47 A

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I found rosewater to relieve this dry winter skin. Spritzed on before or after your morning moisturizer it helps add just a touch of moisture I lack

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