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18 December 2009

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Heather

I've always had good luck with Clinique's non-comodogenic products.

Christie

Clinique tests on animals. That's a total deal breaker for me. I'd rather let my skin fry.

Ellen

You might want to check out Paula's Choice products. http://www.paulaschoice.com/

No animal testing, no fragrance, no coloring, etc. She's been reviewing cosmetic products for years and started her own line a few years ago.

I've used quite a number of her products and they all do exactly what they say they'll do. I have rosacea as well and find that her Barely There Sheer Matte Tint SPF 20 works well with good coverage. If your skin is dryer though, you might want to check out her All Bases Covered Foundation SPF 15.

You can also order trial sizes of almost everything on her website so you don't end up spending a fortune on stuff that doesn't work. Plus she has a pretty generous return policy as well.

Hope that helps. Good luck!

Christie

Thanks, Ellen! I just ordered samples of the foundation and the skincare products!

Amber Waves

I've good luck with Clarins...but I don't know what type of testing they do etc.

TheWeyrd1

I just read about some products that I was thinking of trying...since I'm also over 40 and this doctor (a woman) specializes in skin care for this age group and women recovering from cancer. Her products are EnPointe Skin Solutions: http://empoweryourskin.com/

cait

Does Prescriptives test on animals? I had good luck with their stuff, but it's pretty light.

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