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Some Beauty Tips

Posted by madisonrose1 on December 29, 2008

Gelila from Ford Models explains how she removes her makeup and keeps her skin healthy.

Learn some of the beauty secrets of the Victoria‘s Secret Models.

In addition, a lot of times, women of color and ethnic descent tend to forget about sunscreen. It is just as important that you use a moisturizer with sunscreen even though you have more pigmentation. Failure to use sunscreen can damage your skin and worsen dark spots. Keep in mind that skin types differ. You may have oily, dry or combination skin. Choose a product that focuses on your issue. Clinique makes a great line of products for any skin type. Visit their website and take the skin-care questionnaire to determine your skin type and choose which product fits you best. Here is the link.

Recommended Products

Clinique 3-Step Skin Care System $45

Kiehl’s Tea Tree Oil Toner $15-$25 ( or fine retailers)

Aveeno Positively Radiant Daily Moisturizer w/ SPF 30 (good to use in the summer) $15

Aveeno Ultra Calming Daily Moisturizer w/ SPF 15 (a little heavier/great in the winter time) $15


On a Budget? Try these products

Queen Helene Cocoa Butter Facial Scrub $5

Aveeno Positively Radiant Cleansing Pads $8

Witch Hazel $5 (Walgreens)

Queen Helene Mud Pack Masque $6

St. Ives Apricot Scrub $4

Clean & Clear Oil-Free Dual Action Moisturizer $7


For Breakouts, try these products

Benzoyl Peroxide $6-$25 (Walgreens or

Aveeno Clear Complexion Correction Treatment $15


Remember, all of these products may not necessarily work for you. Determine your skin type before trying any of them, to see which would be best for you. If you are unclear or unsure about your skin type or whether or not you should try these products, visit a dermatologist. Also, do not forget your diet. Having a healthy diet will definitely contribute inside to helping you have a healthy glow outside.





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