Pressed Powders -Christian Dior - Diorskin Pressed Powder
gaetan 8/17/2006 10:09:00 PM
If you buy this product, you might as well toss your money to the wind. This product sucks! It would maximize all the lines on your face, and make your face look dry, cakey and powdery. Cheaper brands such as Wet and Wild and Jane work much better than this. It's shame that a name brand cannot even make a decent pressed powder!
Avoid this product like the plague, if you are at all concerned about your heath! And don't take my word for it -- a group of concerned scientists evaluated thousands of cosmetic and skincare products including scrubs, and St. Ives Apricot Scrub had the dishonorable distinction of being ranked the #1 worst scrub being of safety considerations. It's literally packed with cancerous, unsafe and unevaluated ingredients. Check out this website for more information on this product: http://www.ewg.org/reports/skindeep/bestworst.php?ewg_cat=Exfoliator. You can also find the safety information on many other products on the site. The website was really an eye opener for me. I used to use St. Ives scrub often, having been attracted to it by its natural sounding name. After learning about the toxicity of this product, I have decided to forever relegate it to the trash bin, and I suggest you all do the same. Too bad the only worst rating I could give this product is a one -- I'd give it a negative 10 if I could. Also, one of the postings on baker soda as a scrub says that St. Ives Scrub destroys DNA. Although I have not read any scientific writings regarding this point, I tend to believe it. So stay away from St. Ives if you can!