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I use beauty products from different beauty manufacturers, is this good or bad? Is it better to stick to one line so the products interact together (so say the mfg.) or is it better to use products targetted for specific skin problems?
 

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For the past 3 months or more, I have been using neutrogena (face wash), bioelements alternating with PCA (serum), alba (eye gel), pevonia (moisturizer), and Derma Topix (oil-free sunscreen).

I guess that's a yes!
 

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I'm amazed at the number of products I'm learning about on this site.

When you listed to mfg. hyping their products their pitch is that their product will work more effectively used together with all their products. As I am now reading the product labels very carefully and see all those ingredients I can't pronounce and don't know what they do, I do wonder about interaction between ingredients.

Is bioelements a moisturizer? Where do you buy your beauty products?
 

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Use what works. If only certain products work from a product line, use only those. You need to pick and choose the best.
 

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I agree with the a la carte method!
You don't need an entire line of products! And a moisturizer for the face works find for the eyes....I don't feel like I need a separate cream for each square inch of my face, even though the cosmetics conglomerate would like me to.



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I agree with the a la carte method!
You don't need an entire line of products! And a moisturizer for the face works find for the eyes....I don't feel like I need a separate cream for each square inch of my face, even though the cosmetics conglomerate would like me to.
There is nothing cosmetic companies fear more than a well informed consumer.
 
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