Best Night cream?

Discussion in 'Beauty' started by SkullChick, Aug 18, 2012.

  1. SHOWSOMECLASS

    SHOWSOMECLASS A-List Customer

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    This may be way off the mark but, I have very dry skin. My fingers are constantly splitting from use and hand washing. The Udder Cream for dry skin is sooo nice.

    http://www.uddercream.com/

    It has no fragrance, absorbs fast and heals cuts and skin abrasions.
    Perhaps this is not specifically what you are looking to resolve your problem.
    In the end look for it at your local grocery or drug store.
    I use it regularly on my face, bald head, and feet. Man, it feels so soothing.
    This cream does wonders especially in cold and and dry climates.
    If you find that your hands or feet are broke down here is my tip:
    Buy cotton gloves from your local Dollar Store.
    At night Spread udder cream liberally on your hands or feet and immediately put on the cotton gloves or socks.
    Respectfully
     
    Last edited: Dec 11, 2012
  2. JustFine

    JustFine New in Town

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    I am using the original nivea cream - I just love the smell and it's great for dry skin and even helps when having neurodermatitis.
     
  3. katiemakeup

    katiemakeup Practically Family

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    I'm a huge fan of Kiehl's, especially the Midnight Recovery line.
     
  4. vintageTink

    vintageTink One Too Many

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    Is that the oil cleaning method?
     
  5. angeljenny

    angeljenny A-List Customer

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    I am currently in love with the Boots No 7 range - I bought quite a few bits in the Christmas offers and when they did a 3 for 2.

    Love the creams and the foaming cleanser is amazing.

    I tried OCM and my skin hated it! As I am pale the marks from blemishes took ages to fade.
     
  6. CaramelSmoothie

    CaramelSmoothie Practically Family

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    I use a collagen cream and layer it with a Vitamin A cream, both from Skin Actives. I keep these refrigerated so on the rare occasions that I'm feeling lazy and don't feel like going downstairs to the kitchen to get them then I just slather on some camellia seed oil which is good for keeping wrinkles at bay.
     
  7. HadleyH

    HadleyH I'll Lock Up

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    Best night cream is not a cream but an oil... Rosehip Oil.... didnt we answer this question before?
     
  8. CaramelSmoothie

    CaramelSmoothie Practically Family

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    Funny you should say this, I actually mix my camellia seed oil with rosehip oil because rosehip oil is superior for its anti-aging properties as well as camellia seed oil so I just mix them together.
     
  9. HadleyH

    HadleyH I'll Lock Up

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    I agree CaramelSmoothie .... Rosehip Oil is very nice for the skin, that's all I use now and I am very happy with it.
     
  10. therizyflapper

    therizyflapper One of the Regulars

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    yes that is the oil cleansing method :)
     
  11. HadleyH

    HadleyH I'll Lock Up

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    Some people use the oil cleansing method with some oils.

    That's not what I am talking about though... I use Rosehip oil as a night serum or cream. Not for cleaning anything, but as a night cream. :)
     
  12. CaramelSmoothie

    CaramelSmoothie Practically Family

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    This just goes to show that everybody's skin is different, if I tried to use rosehip oil neat like you do, it would dry my skin out something terrible which is why I mix it with the camellia seed oil.
     
  13. therizyflapper

    therizyflapper One of the Regulars

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    yes, I use cold pressed organic almond oil to oil cleans :) and yes rosehip oil is nice! :) but I prefer to use pure organic cold pressed Tamanu oil as a night serum/cream :) it works wonderfully! :)
     
    Last edited: Jan 21, 2013

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