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what skin care are better? OLAY. GARNIER, SKINZ, or VICHY?

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For asia skin what product is okay? OLAY. GARNIER, SKINZ, or VICHY?

im using olay now...

im thinking to change to other product...

should i or shouldn'd? any suggestion?

OLAY

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GARNIER

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SKINZ

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VICHY

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I would say:

no. 1: Vichy

no. 2: Garnier

no. 3: Olay

no. 4: Skinz (but I never tried their products b4)

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For me, I do not like Garnier.. If I were u, I would choose VICHY.. is laboratory product..

Garnier not work on me... I do not know bout urs.. Others, i'm not sure..

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i saw at some pharmacy, avene are selling small trial packs and inside have 1 small bottle of cleanser, 1 toner, 1 emulsion, 1 moisturiser. the trial pack cost rm28-rm30.... but don't know whether to buy or not because with that amount of money can buy a bigger bottle of sunblock, moisturiser, etc and last longer too

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i saw at some pharmacy, avene are selling small trial packs and inside have 1 small bottle of cleanser, 1 toner, 1 emulsion, 1 moisturiser. the trial pack cost rm28-rm30.... but don't know whether to buy or not because with that amount of money can buy a bigger bottle of sunblock, moisturiser, etc and last longer too

Try small packs first before buy a bigger bottle

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Bio-essence is good :)

But for ideal budget, I'll go for Nivea.

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Can i know whether Vichy got products for hypersensitive skin ? Does Guardian sell Aqualia Thermal range, i browse their Taiwan website n look like so good this range.

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too badi feel the marketing strategies in vichy and garnier...

they are both bought by loreal.

garnier somehow similar as the old loreal products.

while vichy similar as old biotherm products (which is also under loreal)

so many brands, different ingredient and recipes...

its just to suite massive variety of skin types.

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Bio-essence is good :)

But for ideal budget, I'll go for Nivea.

yes... nivea are good...

but i used nivea for body lotion...

good job for the body lotion...

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Bio-essence is good :)

But for ideal budget, I'll go for Nivea.

yes... nivea are good...

but i used nivea for body lotion...

good job for the body lotion...

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Try small packs first before buy a bigger bottle

yes i will try the trial pack 1st...

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Can i know whether Vichy got products for hypersensitive skin ? Does Guardian sell Aqualia Thermal range, i browse their Taiwan website n look like so good this range.

ya there's Aqualia Thermal range now. I saw it the other day and even gotten the samples to try :D ...quite good...thinking of getting the product now :thumbup1:

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I have used olay be4...but was not really suits my skin (my skin is combination + slightly sensitive)....

Im using skinz scrub, i think it's ok=)

I bought garnier eye cream--> but too lazy to apply ...

anyway, do u have any budgets on choosing the skin care?

if not, u may wanna try bio essence (im currently using the tanaka white range) but u can really c the results lur.. (my colleagues all say i look fairer...hehe...

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My sis has been using Olay for many years, her skin is nice and well maintain so far :)

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i use Olay mosturiser since last year and i think it's good

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it depends on your skin. i'm using vichy. good for my sensitive skin :clapclap: . used olay before.. too oily.. <_<

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Anyone interested in Bio-Essence range, white & blue series discount up to 40%, please contact me through my email: over_le_counter@hotmail.com THANKS!

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QUOTE (whiterose11 @ Dec 18 2008, 10:53 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
it depends on your skin. i'm using vichy. good for my sensitive skin clapping.gif . used olay before.. too oily.. dry.gif



yeah agree with you... i used olad b4.. already 2bottle i used..
but seem no diffrent to my skin.. nothing miracle happen.. hahaha...
yeah something did happen PIMPLE!! cause it's so oily...

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QUOTE (prettyugly @ Dec 2 2008, 07:09 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
too badi feel the marketing strategies in vichy and garnier...
they are both bought by loreal.
garnier somehow similar as the old loreal products.
while vichy similar as old biotherm products (which is also under loreal)
so many brands, different ingredient and recipes...
its just to suite massive variety of skin types.



hurm....
IDK clapping.gif
but been using garnier sinse last month...
my skin dint turn fair... but getting alot of pimple & easy to get scar...
too sansetive... ranting.gif

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JUJU AQUAMOIST from www.oceanoskincare.blogspot.com
Good products with reasonable price.

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[quote name='whiterose11' timestamp='1229568825' post='533691']
it depends on your skin. i'm using vichy. good for my sensitive skin [img]http://www.malaysianbabes.net/forum/style_emoticons/default/clapping.gif[/img] . used olay before.. too oily.. [img]http://www.malaysianbabes.net/forum/style_emoticons/default/dry.gif[/img]
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which one u use from vichy??..
because i wanna try...which one good for returning my colour skin?

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i used Olay for many years and is quite good and suit with my skin face...

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im thinking to change to other product...
should i or shouldn'd?

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depends on what is your objective, personally think that Olay products is good for normal skin and gives intensive moisturize to the skin.
Vichy got wide range of products, i like their cleansing milk and the face mist.

If u want something organic and mild, maybe u can try Moringa Charcoal bar soap. It is good for unclog pores and reduce pimples, blackheads and whiteheads.

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