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A Reader’s Question About Different Product Lines 1

Recently “Anonymous” said using one of my blog articles. I thought I’d answer the question here. Hello, I love Yonka as well. I also use PCA Skin plus some Pevonia. What do you consider of the comparative lines? Many friends use Dermalogica, but I think it is too centered chemically.

What is your opinion? You will find hundreds-no-thousands of skin care products on the market. Although I am actually familiar with the merchandise mentioned in this comment, my feelings about skin care products including Yonka are pretty straightforward. So without specifically commenting on these lines, I will offer my thoughts in general.

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In my opinion, the most important thing regarding skin care products is to use them-using something vs. Obviously what you utilize and how the products react with your skin is similarly important. As this audience mentions, a few of her friends use Dermalogica but perhaps that particular product line learned work on her behalf epidermis. As being a side note, although I don’t have specific suggestions for any of the 3 lines, I do love Dermalogica’s Dermal Clay Cleanser. Before I used it ever, I had been suggesting for my clients with problem or greasy skin to mix 1/2 clay masks and 1/2 cleansers for supplementary strength facial clean. Yonka along with almost every other products isn’t for everyone.

There is nobody product, procedure, or skin-care routine that works for every single person. Time, money, and how it works for the skin are some of the considerations when working with facial products. I usually recommend Yonka products because they work for various different kinds of epidermis, and I love them! I have over 30 years of experience with Yonka-personally as well as professionally. That doesn’t mean they will be the only game in town, just the only one for me. As I mention in lots of the articles on this blog, learning from your errors is usually the default position when choosing skin care products.

If you go to an aesthetician you trust, more than likely you will use what he or she recommends. Taking a good friend’s recommendation can also be an avenue to finding products that work for you. Still, you’ll have to use them for a period of time to see if they’re a good fit for your skin layer or not.

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We then required our clay and rolled them into small oval shapes and forced our ladies thumbprints into them. I put first decided it would be pretty to use Catie’s right thumb since this is actually the one she sucks and it’s really her favorite. I hadn’t taken into account what damage continuous thumb sucking at night does though and my first imprint appeared a little like a little . It was funny and damaged looking therefore I rebelled and used to the left thumb with much better results.

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