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Hello Leslie, are these creams good for dark skin?
Any recommendations for a facial cream with sunscreen for combination type skin? The skin is more like dry skin but oily T-zone.
I currently use Clarins blue orchid facial oil and Elizabeth Arden moisture complex facial cream.
Prices would be nice to have also.
Hiya the Complexion Shield Day Lotion with SPF 50 is perfect it’s 9k waterbased and breathable. Good for face and body.
Hi Leslie @cookieskin, what can you do about adult acne? I’m over 30 but I haven’t stopped having acne. It’s worse around the time of my period. And I’m a certified oil factory, my makeup sometimes slid off my face and I hate retouching, because it just cakes up my pores the more. What can I do?
Thanks The Fertile Chick for this opportunity to talk o.
Hello ladies, how’s the day going, Leslie Okoye of @cookieskin is online and ready to answer all your questions regarding beauty and skincare issues. Kindly drop your questions.
Leslie @cookieskin, you have some questions already. Here we go:
Rita @goldenpearl “Ma, how best can one deal with a dry skin and what are the products that one can use to suit such skin type?”
From Instagram: “How do I use my Nourishing Whitening Cream and Tri-active brightening and protect day fluid?” @cookieskin
The TriActive Brighten & Protect Day Fluid and the Nourishing Whitening Cream are both best used during the day, all over your face. Start with the TriActive all over your face and then follow up with the Nourishing Whitening Cream. The TriActive is filled with antioxidants and Vitamin C which brightens and protects and the name implies and the nourishing cream will treat and prevent uneven skin tone.
Hello Anita, so adult acne is very common and is cause by hormonal imbalance, stress and what you eat. Each case is usually different so I usually require you get a skin care consultation that way I can see your skin before recommending the right routine, products and/or procedure. However, you may want to take a close look at dairy, nuts, snacks, oil/fried foods, and alcohol in your diet. Also, how much sleep and exercise are you getting. Then consider if your hormones are balanced? Do you always feel tired, do you have excess weight? Do you have hair on your face?
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