Toujours jeune

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    Toujours jeune

    Hi. I just started using toujours jeune soap, so far it's been good but I can't see any reviews on it. Please has anyone used this soap. Help a sister out with reviews cos I am thinking of buying the cream today.

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    The soap is so good I've been using it for awhile but the lotion/cream +serum is mild...it brightens

    There's a thread on this brand over here started by the late Aime I think @rhemaogini

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    It gives a "washed out bleachy look"

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    @EmmaGH thanks dear. I bought the lotion yesterday and started using it. I hope I like the end result

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    @2toned how do you mean washed out bleachy look? Is it good or bad, so I know how to regulate the use of the cream

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhemaogini View Post
    @2toned how do you mean washed out bleachy look? Is it good or bad, so I know how to regulate the use of the cream
    We have a few threads about this, please use the search bar at the top to find them. Below is one you can read, go to the last page thats where there is detailed info.

    https://www.skincaretalk.com/showthr...toujours+jeune
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhemaogini View Post
    @2toned how do you mean washed out bleachy look? Is it good or bad, so I know how to regulate the use of the cream



    If pale and washed out is your thing then yeah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhemaogini View Post
    @EmmaGH thanks dear. I bought the lotion yesterday and started using it. I hope I like the end result
    @rhemaogini hey, how did the lotion work out for you? Mine just came today

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