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Dec 122010
 

There are so many face creams on the market, but how do you decide which one you use?

Usually it depends a lot on genetics and the weather.

Some folks are gifted with beautiful skin year round, but others may suffer depending on the climate.

We have noticed that this winter our skin is dull and feels like it’s burning. The reason? Dry cold air outside and dry hot air inside the house.

One great tip is to constantly make sure you are replenishing your body with moisture whether by drinking water or applying some type of moisturizer.

Our favorite solution to the dry skin dilemma at the moment is Stanley Jacobs MD Skin Care.

We received the Visco-elastic transforming serum as a sample a few months ago and after realizing we were out of our usual cocoa butter solution.. decided to give it a go.

http://www.drstanleyjacobs.com/images/sjmdskincare/serumpump_large.png

The results are amazing. In fact we got a lot of questions regarding the “glow” to our face. And no it’s not another pregnancy! :)

When the serum is applied it soaks into the skin immediately with no greasy residue.

And if you want to apply makeup on top it gives you a great base layer.

What is your favorite face cream? Do you have any special items you use only during cold/hot weather?

  7 Responses to “Whats your favorite face cream?”

  1. In the winter I use Boot’s Rose Cold Cream and the rest of the year I use Oil of Olay.

    I just bought some Argon Oil so I’ve been using it this winter. My husband said it makes my face glow. (It has definitely evened out my skin tone).

  2. I use olay regenerist in the winter. I’m still in my 20′s so I don’t need it for it’s face sculpting claims, but I use it for the fact that it’s a great moisturizer and doesn’t make my skin feel oily

  3. Wow that Stanley Jacobs MD Skin Care is expensive!! I hope it works well and if it does then it’s worth it I guess. I could go for a sample of it but I don’t think I could pay $120 for it alone. On a cheaper note, I really like Philosophy – hope in a jar. I haven’t used it in a while because it can be a bit pricey if you’re on a budget…but overall it’s worth every penny it cost. It just seems like the perfect moisturizer for all skin types. It doesn’t leave your skin greasy or irritated and it seems to sink right into your skin upon application! It moisturizes extremely well. I really like the stuff a lot. I would love to try the Argan oil. Olive oil is a wonderful face moisturizer also! Olay seems to be popular but when I tried it it was not very moisturizing for my skin at the time. I do like their Beauty Fluid but I have not used that in years. AVON had one in an orange jar that I loved but I can’t remember the name of it! lol

  4. Origins Organic face lotion works very well in the winter for me.

  5. Hello, I use Oil of Olay Regenerist Night Cream moisturizer-all year round. I like it for the fact that it is a great moisturizer and it keeps my face looking nice and fresh except for when I have breakouts but overall its a great moisturizer. For 20 bucks, I say its an excellent cream.

  6. I was having lots of trouble with my face being dry earlier
    this season and stumbled upon something very unexpected. I tried
    some bio-oil, which is usually marketed for scars, and not only did
    it moisturize my face but I have had fewer breakouts since I
    started using it. Only a very small amount is needed, it doesn’t
    leave an oily film like some creams, and it evens out and repairs
    any scars you may have. I swear by it now and use it every
    day.

  7. I’m impessred. You’ve really raised the bar with that.

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