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Dr. Hauschka Pump Dispenser (1)
C.o. BigelowÂ® 'Dr. Hiosous' Quince Hand Lotion
Dr. Hauschka rose day cream light 5 ml new in box & Weleda sea buckthorn ..
BN Dr. Hauschka Regenerating Neck and D\u00e9collet\u00e9 Cream SAMPLE
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on 2/6/2006 12:39:00 PM
More reviews by pippin8
Skin: Dry, Other, Not Sure
Hair: Other, Other, Other
I like the quince day cream. It's moisturizing for dry skin without leaving a greasy feeling behind.
on 9/14/2004 10:37:00 AM
More reviews by azusa
Skin: Combination, Other, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
OK -- I am venturing into the world of Dr. Hauschka. After getting fed up with all the "hope in a jar" hype and packaging and nonsense of most skincare lines, I settled down for years to a minimal regime of Clinique's Dramatically Diff Moisturizer and plain water, period. Which worked OK, but recently I've realized that Clinique just *looks* clean and basic--in fact it's loaded with dyes, preservatives, mineral oil, and other toxins/possible carcinogens. In my quest for something healthier I've (re)discovered Dr. Hauschka, and am hoping that this might really work for me! I've begun with the skin care sampler for normal/dry skin (a great way to start), and after a week am seeing some results. (I have combo skin: tendency to oil on forehead and nose, but normal/dry elsewhere. Occasional flaking on cheeks in winter) Will post again later to follow up. But in the meantime I can strongly recommend this quince cream--which is really lovely. You put a tiny (large pea-sized, really) amount on, and it both absorbs AND leaves a tender waxy film on the skin, which seems to last all day and does feel "protective", as their literature claims. The quince cream is the lightest of the three basic moisturizers, the SA informed me. (I had mistakenly thought the Daily Moisturizer was the lightest, and was getting a serious oil slick from it.) The smell takes a little getting used to--all Dr. Hauschka products have a slightly funky herbal/essential oil scent--but it dissipates fairly quickly. After some experimenting I'm finding that it's best to avoid putting any on my "T-zone" (nose/forehead), but that it works beautifully as an eye cream. About the packaging: people have been complaining about the old-fashioned tube design, but just remember--it's cleaner than a jar, preserves the contents better, is cheaper and more environmentally sound. Plus Hauschka sells a little tube squeezer so you can get that last bit out. Yes, it's a bit expensive--but only a bit more than Clinique, and FAR less than all those ridiculously overpriced, toxic, overpackaged products from Shiseido, Chanel, La Mer, La Prairie, Decleor, etc etc. P.S. Re: the thyroid/hair shedding problem mentioned by the last reviewer. I called my local natural cosmetics/Hauschka boutique (in Northampton, MA) to ask about this. They're very nice, earnest people who are all Hauschka users/devotees, and said that they had NEVER (in years of dealing in Hauschka products) heard of anything of the kind. (Good luck, and hope you feel better, BTW)
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on 3/4/2004 11:10:00 AM
More reviews by roserosepetal
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
This stuff is great! It's a bit lighter than the Dr. H Rose cream, which I love too. It's better suited for more normal or oilier skin types; whereas, the Rose cream might be better for normal-to-dry skin. Great for an under makeup moisturizer, and it has all natural ingredients! A+
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