Misc Beauty Tools -Unlisted Brand - Personal Microderm
glamreporter 4/20/2012 2:20:00 PM
I purchased this product from SkinCarerx (first mistake) and I didn't research the product (second mistake) before plunking down over 100 dollars. The first use proved amazing results. I told all my friends about it and couldn't wait to use it again. To my disappointment and frustration, not even seven days after it's "maiden voyage," the device no longer had any suction and is a completely useless piece of garbage. When I began reading the reviews online, I noticed that this is a problem across the board- the device is great just long enough for people to write a good review and then the suction dies. Great concept- poor execution, cheaply made and infuriatingly overpriced for something that dies after a few uses. Great example of planned obsolescence. Reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles? The only thing this reduces is your wallet size.
Liquid -Neutrogena - Skin Clearing Oil-Free Makeup
glamreporter 10/15/2011 5:24:00 PM
I like this foundation and would definitely purchase again. It's light on the skin and doesn't mask your skin under a blanket of make up, which is often instinctual for those of us with blemishes and frequent spots. It's comparable, ingredient-wise to Clinique's Anti Blemish foundation for a fraction of the price. Coverage is light and natural looking, but not going to cover all of your spots on its own. If you're aiming for a flawless face, I would suggest purchasing a good facial concealer to go with it. The pair is a winning combination if you're looking for a natural look to even out your skin and help treat your problem areas.