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    Hello everyone

    I'm thinking about buying the Clean Start test kit (£22) by Dermalogica. My skin isn't really bad but it can get quite oily and occasionally breaks out. It's a new range that's for young skin, and I've heard good things about it. Just wondered if anyone's tried it and what they thought? Did it work for you?

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    I always found that Dermalogica (i've tried two lines) works amazingly for several months and afterwards it does nothing for my skin. IMO, it was not worth the money for me in the long run. I've since switched to Clinique which I find better. But maybe it will work for you longer than it did for me. I still use Dermalogica once in a while, I love their clay masks, but I don't use it religiously. I find it works better that way.
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    (Original post by Get Cape.Wear Cape.Fly.)
    I always found that Dermalogica (i've tried two lines) works amazingly for several months and afterwards it does nothing for my skin. IMO, it was not worth the money for me in the long run. I've since switched to Clinique which I find better. But maybe it will work for you longer than it did for me. I still use Dermalogica once in a while, I love their clay masks, but I don't use it religiously. I find it works better that way.
    Thanks for your reply I'll buy the starter kit (it's trial sizes of each of the line) and give it a go and see how it works.

    Thanks again it was helpful.
 
 
 
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