Department-store Quality Skincare?
Posted 03 March 2007 - 12:04 AM
I'm just wondering what everyone else here uses for skincare. I'm thinking about higher-quality skincare. Doesn't necessarily need to be from a department store. I've got a friend who sells Lame Advertisement, which I still haven't tried, but it's supposed to be gluten-free. I've also been seeing those Meaningful Beauty (Cindy Crawford) infomercials. Dermacia (Rachel Hunter) is intriguing too. But I haven't checked on the gluten-free status of them yet.
I've been thinking about getting a facial too. Does anyone know what line of skincare is gluten-free in places like that?
Posted 03 March 2007 - 03:32 AM
I also like Origins. You would have to check on the gluten-free status of their stuff because I am only using their drink up moisturizing mask right now.
Posted 04 March 2007 - 02:40 PM
I like this lady's attitude about beauty, but check the ingredients before you buy the products. http://informedbeauty.com/index.html
Estee Lauder will send you a list of their ingredients that contain gluten, then all you have to do is read the ingredients when you purchase a product. I use their Equalizer foundation. I sold Estee Lauder years ago, and found I like the products I'm using from the health food store, which are generally cheaper (though not cheap), just as well.
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