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    Quote Originally Posted by WIKKDM3 View Post
    ^I use Kiehl's; pretty much their entire line.
    It's good stuff, I bet you have wonderful skin.

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    im using st. ives apricot scrub
    No issues from using it? It's one of the most abrasive exfoliators out there, the apricot pit is not very finely ground...it tends to tear and scrape more than a regular exfoliant. The ideal exfoliator is one with rounded particles, they won't scratch. You shouldn't ever feel burning if you wash after your scrub. A dermatologist is the one who told me how much damage I was doing with St Ives, and she didn't follow it with a sales pitch for another item, so I tend to believe her.
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    nope no issues, i have heard about the micro tears it does but i really only use it about 1 or 2 times a week but after i heard what it does i actually stopped for a while but at one point i felt like i needed to scrub off all the grime from my face after a long day outside and my exfoliator with the beads just didnt seem to do the job so i went ahead and used the st. ives again and after i felt like i had new baby skin haha. Even though it felt like i was taking a piece of sand paper to my face
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    It's good stuff, I bet you have wonderful skin.


    No issues from using it? It's one of the most abrasive exfoliators out there, the apricot pit is not very finely ground...it tends to tear and scrape more than a regular exfoliant. The ideal exfoliator is one with rounded particles, they won't scratch. You shouldn't ever feel burning if you wash after your scrub. A dermatologist is the one who told me how much damage I was doing with St Ives, and she didn't follow it with a sales pitch for another item, so I tend to believe her.

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    Guys, I really need something for my eyes.. I seem to have bags under my eyes, any brands out there that actually work?

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    Kiehl's (I promise I don't work for them) has a new men's eye product - Facial Fuel Eye De-Puffer

    That's the only male-targeted eye product I'm aware of, but I'd imagine any high-quality brand would work - find the best reviewed women's product and see what you're willing to spend.
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    I use clinque products. However everyones face a different. Maybe ask a dermatologist. Experimenting is never good.
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    Q10 - NIVEA FOR MEN

    Nivea make a eye roller gel. Seems to work for me. I find most of their products pretty good.
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    Is there a difference in say "food grade" coconut oil, and coconut oil marketed as "health and beauty/skin care"? i use coconut oil often for cooking, but before i start rubbing that on my face I should know if there is a difference. I see there are many types on amazon...

    Quote Originally Posted by G Star View Post
    you are very very smart.

    I use coconut oil as well for moisturizer, its completely natural so there is no harmful chemical being introduced to your body like those 'beauty products'

    Its medium chain fatty acids are perfect for skin absorption and its anti-bacterial/viral/fungal properties are perfect for disinfection and keeping the immune system balanced outside and inside of your body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnowledgeIsPower View Post
    Is there a difference in say "food grade" coconut oil, and coconut oil marketed as "health and beauty/skin care"? i use coconut oil often for cooking, but before i start rubbing that on my face I should know if there is a difference. I see there are many types on amazon...
    Food grade is fine, some might argue that extra virgin is better (perhaps it is a little better, not a big diff though) but you can't really cook with it at the same time as the coconut(ty) fragrance drastically changes the taste of your dishes.

    I bought 1 gal. tub and got one for free for $50 last summer and I'm almost done with it now. You can't get great prices right now as I think a hurricane disrupted the flow and 'inventory' of tropical goods in this past year.

    try tropicaltraditions.com, I've bought from them several times.
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    What is the cause of puffy eyes for men? I don't think I've gotten it before...

    but then again, I do rub tons of coconut oil into my eye area everyday finishing up facial cleansing.

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedlysane View Post
    Kiehl's (I promise I don't work for them) has a new men's eye product - Facial Fuel Eye De-Puffer

    That's the only male-targeted eye product I'm aware of, but I'd imagine any high-quality brand would work - find the best reviewed women's product and see what you're willing to spend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyalSchmuck View Post
    Guys, I really need something for my eyes.. I seem to have bags under my eyes, any brands out there that actually work?
    I've never tried this but models all swear by it for eyes.
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