Hi guys, what can I use for my very dry skin and brittle hair. Also does anyone knows where I can get a cheap Belle Bodybuffer for cellulite?

9 Answers

  1. Vera Brasher wrote on :

    I probably think a little differently than most about skin products. I have given the department store facial products the boot. For several months now I have only used coconut oil, olive oil, hemp oil and just recently, avocado oil on my skin. Coconut oil as a cleanser is fabulous! I don’t wear waterproof mascara but I do coat my regular mascara with Clarins Mascara Fix and it removes that easily. Hemp oil as a moisturizer is wonderful and it does not clog pores. I was having lots of problems with milia on my face and since I have started using natural oils they are no longer a problem. Store brands are hyped and advertised to perform miracles. Do they ever live up to the hype? Not that I have found. And the price difference!!! Now that is miraculous!

    Here is an easy exfoliating recipe: Mix together 1 teaspoon each of natural sugar, avocado oil and coconut oil. Gently scrub face, staying away from the eye area, for a minute or two. Rinse with cool water and pat dry.

    BTW, I will be 62 in April and my skin, even though I suffer from rosacea, is softer and looks better than it has in years.

  2. Kathy Aubry wrote on :

    You have to think of your body like your car – you have to keep it lubricated on the “inside” to keep all the parts running smoothly. Try a good fish oil supplement with Omega 3’s in it, take every day, and you’ll soon notice a big difference in your skin. And try biotin (a B vitamin) – it’s great for your hair and nails. Incorporate these along with foods in your diet that contain these nutrients and you’ll be on your way to looking even more fabulous!

  3. Merri Merrill wrote on :

    1. Read the book “Younger Next Year”.
    2. Only use WEN on your hair (Go to QVC’s website and watch the video about WEN). It’s not like any other shampoo you have ever tried.

    You will be AMAZED at how good you look and feel if you do these two things.
    Good luck!

  4. DLori27 wrote on :

    For very dry skin or any skin, the best products in my opinion are from a Brand called Immupure. It is made from colostrum, the skincare regimen is easy and quick, and you will see major differences in the quality of your skin within days. The longer you use it, the better you will look. Nothing could be easier. And you’ll never have dry skin again. For me, I don’t have a line on my face anymore, knock on wood, my skin has tightened, my skin is even toned, and my friends are convinced I had “work done” on my face but won’t own up to it, which is incorrect. Henri Bendel’s sells this line. The price isn’t cheap but the products last a long time and are far less expensive than many of the other brands I’ve used in the past. When you have a chance, do some research on Colostrum and you will understand why these products work so well. Good luck.

  5. Daphne Nassif wrote on :

    Have you tried Argan Oil? It’s full of vitamin E, A and is non-comedogenic! Try it!

    • seed01 wrote on :

      TY, Will certainly try it.

    • Dianewf wrote on :

      Available in pump? Any particular brand or suggestion for purchase?

  6. sue chelminski wrote on :

    Vitamin E supplements might help both. I also like E Burnham shea butter cream for dry skin. My shins can look like aligator skin in winter, but the shea butter prevents this from happening.. check out their website to order

  7. ashantia54 wrote on :

    First thing to do if you have both dry hair and skin is see a dermatologist to make sure it is not a medical condition.
    Then for your hair use deeply hydrating shampoo and conditioner but leave in condtioner. If you blow dry your hair set it at medium heat and use a heat protector spray.
    For you body use Avenue Trixera Emollient Balm for severely dry sensitive skin.
    For the face use Hyalis 1% Hyaluronate refining serum by Neocutis. Formulated with the highest concentration of pharmaceutical grade 1% sodium hyaluronate (hyaluronic acid) helps to smooth, hydrate and plump skin to ehlp minimize the signs of aging. The rest I can’t help you with. Sorry.

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