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    (Original post by patrick_l)
    My skin is sooooo abd from this weather!!!! my neck and face especially. Just gotta keep moisturising i suppose.
    Just to get this straight. You use the baby oil in the shower yer? I might give it a go
    Use it just after, when your skins still wet just rub it in and then pat it off with a towel
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    (Original post by Martazz)
    Use it just after, when your skins still wet just rub it in and then pat it off with a towel
    Ok thanks
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    Is this thread about me again
    My skin problem is dark under-eye circles...I find them really annoying and damn unattractive-any solutions...
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    (Original post by __Katy)
    I know this doesn't apply to previous posters but

    For oily skin, I would fully recommend Lush (PM me if you want specific products that I use) and it smells like heaven!

    (Preparing myself for an onslaught over the "overbearing smell with a 4 mile radius"...)
    Seconded. Just splashed on one of their facemasks
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    What's the best facial wash/scrub/whatever for combination skin?
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    I have slightly dry skin, nothing overly dry.

    Used to have exzema (sp).

    Have never mousturised my skin before, and i'm thinking it would be handy to start doing so.

    Would I just use any sort of mousturiser really for it ? Or any recommendations ?
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    (Original post by Quinn^)
    I have slightly dry skin, nothing overly dry.

    Used to have exzema (sp).

    Have never mousturised my skin before, and i'm thinking it would be handy to start doing so.

    Would I just use any sort of mousturiser really for it ? Or any recommendations ?
    What do you mean used to? I thought it was sort of chronic or permanent that you ahave to live with. How did it go away? How long did you have it? Was you on medicine or anti histamines or anything? Thxs.
 
 
 
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