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I just started using Clinique’s Super Rescue Antioxidant Night Moisturizer. I started feeling like I needed something more intensive in the nighttime.

This makes my skin feel really soft. I feel like it’s going to be a good preventative measure!

Me too! I’m currently using the normal to dry formula, and thinking about getting the very dry formula for extra moisture. Or mixing it with dramatically different gel as a way to save money.

Definitely a great night cream. My skin looks very radiant and nourished in the morning.

I’m using the Mary Kay Timwise nightime moisturizer. Since I use the daytime one i might as well use the nighttime with it, and they work really well together. I love the beads that burst in it, it feels so fresh on my skin!

La Prairie Cellular Resurfacing Cream – really love it, it’s pricey but I feel it is well worth it! Feels light, smells good, not sticky/greasy, and most importantly I am actually seeing a difference in my skin.

I’ve been using Lush products lately – my night moisturizer is the “Saving Face” serum after I’ve scrubbed my face clean with the ocean salt scrub & fresh farmacy bar cleanser – so far so good! I had been silly and tried a bunch of new products in a short period of time so I’m struggling to clear up a breakout frenzy on my chin 🙁

I’ve recently wanted to use up all my fashial washes and toners that are half empty, and even though these things work on their own, switching so fast really broke my skin out.
Even though I love L’occitane, Neutrogena, I should learn that my facial skin really is best when I use Lush – it’s just not as fancy, which I sometimes miss. 🙂

To tame my skin, I’ve been using the Ocean Salt scrub and Coalface cleanser, followed by Tea Tree Toner (best stuff ever) and I too use the Saving Faces serum. Some mentioned a powdery feel after using it – sadly I haven’t yet experienced it, but I think my skin is clearing up and also ‘tightening’: less visible pores, more even skintone. I really should stick to Lush (but I’m just a facial-cheater by heart :))

I’m so glad I’m not the only one who falls for all the new products! LOL I’m learning slowly but yes, Lush has been a very good for me! I have coalface & the tea tree water toner as well and I think I might be near obsessed with their products now.

Sadly, I have cystic acne which is aggravated by sensitive & combo oily skin – so when I react to new products, it’s painful and obvious 🙁 I should just stick with my tried and true! But I’m a serial product cheater too LOL

Korres Wild Rose Moisturizer. I like it but it’s not quite HG, going to try something else when I run out.

I use Clean & Clear dual moisturizer oil free for both AM and PM, and I agree, using just one moisturizer has really controlled my breakouts.

Using Clinique’s Dramatically Different, mixed with REN Boswellia Serrata night cream. Both are HG products, and it stretches the expensive night cream further.

I’ve been using the Clarins Multi-Active Night Recovery Cream at night and I love it! Makes my skin so smooth. Its soothing and has helped with fine lines. No breakouts for me either!

Been using Olay Regenerist Micro-sculpting Cream for about a year now and have no reason to switch anytime soon. I apply lightly mostly on my cheeks because I have an oily t-zone.

I’ve been using Cetaphil Daily Moisturizer for night. It’s a little sticky when on but it is a wonderful moisturizer, so it’s perfect to slop on when your not going anywhere in the PM!

i have a really oily t-zone, so i usually only moisturize in the am with clean and clear’s dual action dealy. i wash my face twice a day tho, if i moisturize more or wash less… it’s like a frackin oil slick.

I’m using an brand called Dr.Scheller. I’m using the intesive restorative cream and it has done so much for my dry skin.

I am using Nuxe Etincelante Radiant Resurfacing Cream. It has AHA and gently exfoliates skin every night. I have been using it for two weeks and so far, so good…I am in my early thirties with combo/oily skin for ref. I had tried La Prairie Cellular Resurfacing Cream before and results were mediocre, esp considering the heftly pricetag.

I alternate between Bio Oil (it really made a difference in my acne scars and it leaves my skin feeling supple and soft in the morning) and Garnier Nutritionist.

Kanebo Sensai Silk Soothing cream, it is HG material (unfortunatly, I must add, because it’s really pricey) I went through 2 samples and just had to buy it, it really makes a difference to my skin.

I use the same as in AM…MAC Oil Control Lotion, on account of some problems I had, I’m also cutting down on the amount of stuff I put on my face.

Is that the same as the Kiehls ultra facial moisturiser Christine? I’m using that at both am and pm. its a pretty simple product and it works well.

Yeah its good under make up which is what i look for, and relatively cheap. I love trilogy’s vital moisturiser but its a lot more expensive. saying that my skin was probably not a lot better using it. i’ve got a mixture of acne (only tiny little spots but covering a lot of my cheeks, worse under certain lights) and dry spots – nightmare 🙁

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