Skin Care Advice

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Oily Skin

Dear Judi,

Let me take a moment to thank you for replying so quickly and to say that I'm the one with the oily skin and not my husband. So let me give you a little information about myself. I'm in my early thirties and live in the east coast. Since my mid-twenties until now, I've invested my money and time in keeping a daily skin regimen. I'm always looking for new ways to improve my skin as well as slowing down those fine lines. I came across your ad and I almost didn't believe how wonderful you look!

Well, here are few more questions I have. Does your products offer a money back guarantee? Does any of your moisturizers have SPF for my oily skin? What are the steps (using your products) should I do to take care of my skin (mourning, noon and night) on a daily basis?

P.S. My husband is ten years younger than me; although right people say that I may look just as young, I feel I need to maintain my youthful appearance now more than ever for as long as possible. Can you help me?

Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

 

Dear EZ;

Here are my suggestions:

1. Wash with 100% vegetable oil soap, no astringents, no toners, they're all drying and potentially harmful to the skin.
I recommend you purchase one or two of the following soaps, all of which I carry:
a. Citrus Aloe Soap
b. Tea Tree Oil Soap
c. Peach Oatmeal
You can wash your face (and body) safely with these soaps, yet you will find that they are helpful in cleansing without drying out the skin.

2. You can purchase my glycolic serum, which is a good product to use for deep pore cleansing and to speed up cells turning over faster. Oily skin can be due to hormones, or just to clogged sebaceous oil glands. If you use the right soaps to cleanse, a decent alpha hydroxy acid product (like my glycolic serum), you will begin to control the problem.

3. I would also recommend my special clay mask to use 3-5 times a week just to draw out more impurities and dry out the excess oil; you leave it on only 4-6 minutes before washing off so it's not that much trouble. As far as keeping your neck firm, REBORN Skin Moisturizer, which is made from 12 different essential oils that are NOT oily, will help, as would the glycolic serum. Essential oils that I use are so pure they are naturally antiseptic; will not add oil to your skin, but if you are that oily, then I would suggest only using the REBORN moisturizer around your eyes (an area all of us can get premature aging lines/crow's feet) and on your neck. Once a day could be enough. Don't know your age, where you live, if climate plays a role. Click here to view a list of the products I have told you about; where one isn't listed (like the green clay soap) just mention it in your order.

Best of luck,
Judi

P.S. Natural oils, derived from plants, flowers, seeds, are not oily. They are cold pressed and penetrate and go right into the skin. If you have very oily skin, then yes, it will take longer for the essential oil to be absorbed, but used in the right areas, neck and eyes, especially, it is an invaluable tool to staying young, keeping your skin firm.

I hope I have been of help to you.
Judi

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