No Brand (DIY or homemade)

No Brand (DIY or homemade)


Overall rating
4.3
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86%
would repurchase
4.3
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Overall rating
86%
would repurchase

Recent No Brand (DIY or homemade) Reviews

Zinc
5.0
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a day ago

I use powdered zinc instead of powder. As part of my natural skincare routine. Zinc is anti inflamatory and is excellent in help with acne. I am in my 40's. I battle a touch of acne, oily T zone and fine lines. Zinc stimultates the immune system which helps all of this. Plus a natural sunscreen. And natural matte texture on my nose and chin. For me why pay for talc powder when I can vitamin my skin instead with zinc and a big fluffy brush. I also use powdered zinc in my tooth brushing powder for immue boost in the winter and teeth cleaning. (baking soda and zinc)

Zinc
5.0
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a day ago

I use powdered zinc instead of powder. As part of my natural skincare routine. Zinc is anti inflamatory and is excellent in help with acne. I am in my 40's. I battle a touch of acne, oily T zone and fine lines. Zinc stimultates the immune system which helps all of this. Plus a natural sunscreen. And natural matte texture on my nose and chin. For me why pay for talc powder when I can vitamin my skin instead with zinc and a big fluffy brush. I also use powdered zinc in my tooth brushing powder for immue boost in the winter and teeth cleaning. (baking soda and zinc)


Omega 3 supplement
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8 days ago

Unfortunately add me to the list of people who broke out from taking this. I definitely break out when I takeep omega 6 or 9 so I thought I should try omega 3 instead, but I noticed an increase in whiteheads and general congestion very quickly. I tried to persist with them but it never got any better, I also didn't notice a difference in my skins hydration levels either.

Omega 3 supplement
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8 days ago

Unfortunately add me to the list of people who broke out from taking this. I definitely break out when I takeep omega 6 or 9 so I thought I should try omega 3 instead, but I noticed an increase in whiteheads and general congestion very quickly. I tried to persist with them but it never got any better, I also didn't notice a difference in my skins hydration levels either.

Rosehip Seed Oil

TLDR: Holy MOLY this stuff worked wonders for my poor sensitive, dry winter skin. No bad things to say! 10/10 would recommend. Context: My skin is dry, VERY dry during the winter, to the point where makeup will go on patchy and accentuate the appearance of scaly flakes on my cheeks and chin especially. BUT my skin is also sensitive to breakouts and irritation. So what happens, I tend to slather up hydrating creams to compensate the dryness, then pay the penalty with clogged pores and breakouts when that gorgeously rich face cream proves to be too heavy. Enter this stuff. A friend who swears by it gave me a decent sized dropper bottle on the fly and I was skeptical for the aforementioned reasons. I tested it on my hands for a few days and liked that it’s a nice dry oil that absorbs quickly and doesn’t leave much greasy residue behind. No irritation ensued so I decided to try it on my face: 3-5 drops at night under my moisturizing cream did my face and neck. About 3 drops in the morning under the same moisturizing cream for day time. The difference is insane! My skin looks smooth, not nearly as dry looking as it was yesterday. The fine lines on my forehead and bracketing my lips are noticeably softer. My makeup went on smoothly and didn’t catch any flakes; it looks like I used a primer but I didn’t. My face also doesn’t look shiny or greasy. It looks healthy and plump. I’ll update if this breaks me out but I read that it’s good for people with acne so hopefully that won’t happen. This stuff is a game changer and I absolutely love it so far. Will definitely repurchase and would recommend it to anyone with dry sensitive skin who needs a good boost of hydration 🤘

Rosehip Seed Oil
5.0
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11 days ago

TLDR: Holy MOLY this stuff worked wonders for my poor sensitive, dry winter skin. No bad things to say! 10/10 would recommend. Context: My skin is dry, VERY dry during the winter, to the point where makeup will go on patchy and accentuate the appearance of scaly flakes on my cheeks and chin especially. BUT my skin is also sensitive to breakouts and irritation. So what happens, I tend to slather up hydrating creams to compensate the dryness, then pay the penalty with clogged pores and breakouts when that gorgeously rich face cream proves to be too heavy. Enter this stuff. A friend who swears by it gave me a decent sized dropper bottle on the fly and I was skeptical for the aforementioned reasons. I tested it on my hands for a few days and liked that it’s a nice dry oil that absorbs quickly and doesn’t leave much greasy residue behind. No irritation ensued so I decided to try it on my face: 3-5 drops at night under my moisturizing cream did my face and neck. About 3 drops in the morning under the same moisturizing cream for day time. The difference is insane! My skin looks smooth, not nearly as dry looking as it was yesterday. The fine lines on my forehead and bracketing my lips are noticeably softer. My makeup went on smoothly and didn’t catch any flakes; it looks like I used a primer but I didn’t. My face also doesn’t look shiny or greasy. It looks healthy and plump. I’ll update if this breaks me out but I read that it’s good for people with acne so hopefully that won’t happen. This stuff is a game changer and I absolutely love it so far. Will definitely repurchase and would recommend it to anyone with dry sensitive skin who needs a good boost of hydration 🤘