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Skin tips for the women/men ...

Discussion in 'Health and Fitness' started by TheChops, Jul 5, 2015.

  1. TheChops
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    Hi everyone,

    I just like to share my Skin tips,

    I've been looking for beauty products for asian skin here in UK. Tried many products for mini rashes and dry skin during winter, and have difficulties finding right moisturizer for summer that has spf but non comodogenic ( things that wont clog you pores ) ( Cetaphil spf moisturiz3er).

    Finally i found the best Skin remedies for Asian.


    Weleda Skin food is the remedy for dry skin!

    can be used as once a week face mask for ten minutes.
    nice and perfect size for handbags.

    Weleda Acknederon Purifying lotion

    Is the answer for Rashes , Red patches ( caused during shaving/razor bumps), Acne or skin Allergy.
    just Dab a bit on the problem area. 3x a day or 2x.

    Its just Brilliant!!!


    Last is the washing regimen!

    I used the Milk Cleanser or the 2 step cleanser that cleanse and tones at the same time.

    I use Almond Facial oil of Weleda as the last step, few drops in my hand to mix with cold water and when you wash of the milk cleanser with it, you're cleaning while moisturizing which is so brilliant.

    I always use my hands before, but i use PAI Muslin organic cloth to rinse my face, no need for harsh make up remover girls!

    and the core of everything, eating organic does help a lot.
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  2. Aromulus
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    Aromulus The Don Staff Member

    This looks rather blatant..........

    A move to where ladies congregate could help...
  3. aposhark
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    aposhark Well-Known Member Lifetime Member

    Thank you TheChops, I will pass this info on to my Filipina wife :like:
    She talks a lot about her skin and the problems she gets in the UK which she didn't have in the Philippines.
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  4. aposhark
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    aposhark Well-Known Member Lifetime Member

    Ladies congregate here !
  5. TheChops
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    Thanks @aposhark well i do have that instant problem when i moved here! tried many products, so much that i actually waste my money.
    I just realize i don't need to buy posh advertised skin creams! the products that ive mentioned are Cheap, Organic, and very efficient! i just bought it 3 weeks ago! and its brilliant i do love it!
  6. TheChops
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    @Aromulus well i'm just sharing random thoughts that could help filipinas that have the same problem. Love to just help :)
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  7. JohnAsh
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    JohnAsh Well-Known Member Lifetime Member

    Chops. Graham mentioned something about this. My wife too. But I am an advocate of good food and fresh air, that helps.

    I have noticed Mrs Ash has much better skin over the last 12 months.
  8. Timmers
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    Timmers Well-Known Member Trusted Member

    My missus is always moaning she cannot get the right skin creams here in the UK, she swears by Glysolid skin cream which she used to buy in Dubai.

    I will be passing your thoughts on to her :)
  9. TheChops
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    @JohnAsh So am i. My mother in law influenced me to be healthy, started eating organic food, less salt.
    Recently me and my husband joined in the nearby gym, its brilliant exercise and Sauna is good combination. I actually loss weight now! and my skin is way better i won't have to hate UK weather haha
  10. TheChops
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    @Timmers Oh! we do have the same problem, when im in philippines, i used to buy products from a derm Clinic, when i migrated i forgot to buy bunch of the products i love. First 2 months that i was here, which was winter, my skin is so awful.

    I just bought those product on a organic store locally where my parents-in-law live, and im very happy now! never need to worry about bad skin.

    and i think drinking loads of water is another thing that i changed since i move here, and im loving the results!
  11. JohnAsh
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    JohnAsh Well-Known Member Lifetime Member

    My wife brought some of the creams with her. And bought some on Amazon. I have persuaded her to stop using them. And simply rely on good food etc.
  12. TheChops
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    Yes Good Food! is the answer and exercise :) and maybe less make up :) i actually don't drink so much tea now, just once a day, and loads of water :) i munch loads of strawberries or mangoes! less alcohol too :)
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  13. JohnAsh
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    JohnAsh Well-Known Member Lifetime Member

    My wife doesnt smoke or drink. But yes, alcohol and cigarettes are not great for the skin. Same for us men too.
  14. Aromulus
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    Aromulus The Don Staff Member

    I just moved the thread to a more suitable location than Chit chat
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  16. aposhark
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    aposhark Well-Known Member Lifetime Member

    My wife rubs lemon on her face and her face looks better.
  17. TheChops
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    That's Brilliant! i did that last year :) its really a natural and most effective home remedy. Try to ask your wife to have warm bath with squeeze lemon and use the skin of it for scrub. ( coconut oil, and cane sugar) results is baby skin so soft!, plus green tea that's instant spa!
  18. Scotschap16
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    Interesting thread. When Kris (@inaroiles ) visited last November she got a dry skin, itchy/burning patch on her calfs. We took advice from pharmacist and used E45 anti itch cream and 1% hydrocortisone cream. It did help - slowly - with Kris using both for several weeks when she returned to the Philippines.

    Guess what - she's been here for a week and the rash is coming back.

    Any suggestions as to the cause?

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  19. Stupot10
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    A long shot but have you tried different washing detergent.
    My son used to get similar thing many years ago and after changing washing powder no more dry sore area. Used to get his calfs, and back on the shoulder blades. Was using Daz washing powder at the time.
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  20. bigmac
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    bigmac Well-Known Member Trusted Member

    an allergy ? i use Zirtec ( Certrizine ) if i have hayfever...skin itches or rashes.

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