78% would repurchase
on 6/30/2018 3:00:00 PM
More reviews by Ketrn
I bought this powder because it is for ruddiness. I don't wear foundation, but I have some ruddiness around my nose, and I have melasma patches on my cheeks. I think this works nicely to minimize discoloration after patting on my It Bye Bye Pores powder. Then I spritz with rosewater as my final step. This powder adds a nice glow, and my red areas look much better. Not as much benefit for the melasma, but mine is bad. It cost $29, which is high, but I think this will last me a very long time. It also does not come with an applicator, so not very portable. I apply with my Elf pointed powder brush. Nice powder. Sign up for their mailing list and check sale tab on their site for good discounts. I also like that many items can be purchased as samples first.
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on 6/30/2018 2:50:00 PM
Love, love, love this! I am a lipstick fiend and have about a million lipsticks, glosses, tinted balms, etc. This one, in the black currant shade, is the one I reach for every day. I favor sheer, deeply tinted lip balm for every day, work, etc. This one is so pretty, moisturizing, comfortable, and reasonably long lasting. It costs $9.99, which I think is reasonable for size and quality. I signed up for their mailing list and receive sale notices. Did I mention how much I love this? Love it!
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on 6/30/2018 2:43:00 PM
I have been trying lots of MUAC products lately, and this is a favorite. It smoothes on easily and leaves a lovely natural finish that doesn't feel like something is on your face. Also no shiny sunscreen look. No tint, and very faint scent. I tried a 3gm sample first and just ordered a full size. It costs $23 for a bit over 1oz, which is a great price. If you get on their mailing list, you get notifications for sales.
on 6/23/2018 3:28:00 PM
More reviews by mlthom123
On third bottle, and probably won't ever be without, as long as MUAC keeps making. Was diagnosed with Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia. That boils down to having scarring and hair loss around front of hairline. Derm prescribed topical steroid, but don't want to be on steroids! Anyway, had the product, which is for skin, but thought, what the heck, will try instead of the RX. After couple of months, noticed had more hair, in front and side part. Redness and shiny scalp is still there, but definitely more hair. Still use Rogaine in the morning. My only gripe is cost about $50 for a one month supply. And it is a one month for me, as use on both face and scalp. Only use 1x a day on scalp, and that's in the evening, after my shower. Have been washing my hair nightly, because also developed blepharitis! That's a whole other story. If anyone under 60 is reading this, just so you know, as you age, more strange conditions develop. Especially after 60. Post-menopausal maintenance routine is very high, so just be prepared. In terms of blepharitis, which is basically clogged Meibomian eye glands, be careful lining your inner lids with any type of pencil. Think that may be why started getting eye infections. The Meibomian glands can get clogged, especially as your eyes are not as moist was you age. Blessings everyone.
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on 5/25/2018 9:53:00 PM
More reviews by kpalmer
IMHO, this (50%) glycolic acid is powerful stuff and be careful using it at home...I ended up with swollen skin and scabs and flaking--just to show that it works. These side effects were gone using Aloe Vera and moisturing creams and ice packs within a day. But, this "peel" given in any medical setting would probably had the same effects for SO MUCH more money..Start with less time or less concentration if you want to avoid side effects. I never left it on long enough to see "frosted skin, " as described in the booklet. Too scared for that...
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