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1/28/09 9:25 P

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Thanks. I tried three kits from the drug store and did not have good results. I didn't consider mary kay because in the past their products had a hefty price tag. The dermatologist said the one he gives goes deeper than the over the counter kits. Thanks for the tips. I'll get more information about Mary Kay.

Did you exercise today?


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1/28/09 12:34 P

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I also have oily skin and it was not as smooth as in my younger days. :(

I bought some Mary Kay products and they have a microdermabrasion cream and replenishing serum that works great for me, the Mary Kay rep had me try it on half my face and I could immediately feel the difference! You can use it a couple of times a week and it keeps your face fresher by scrubbing off the dead skin cells, and it's gentle so you won't have to worry about scarring.

I also have lips that are continually chapped, and they have the same kind of thing for your lips, a scrub to smooth them and a balm to soften.

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1/27/09 9:15 P

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I'm considering microdermabrasion to help even out the skin on my face. I've developed terrible skin. My dermatologist said it is safe-like a deep facial. I have a dark complexion and oily skin without history of keloid. Has anyone under gone this procedure and what were your results.

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