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Aybegum
06-24-2010, 06:36 PM
Dear friends,
I just wanted to introduce myself and my company to your community. I am not going to promote my products in the general discussion sections but please check out the promotions section for our ongoing giveaways and coupons.
When I founded SkinGenX my goal was to formulate the most effective skin care creams that will actually work and do what they intend to do without causing harm to skin.
I am a mom who constantly worries about the products we use for our families and ourselves daily. I am also a biochemist with almost a decade of experience in marketing and research of pharmaceutical products in the U.S.
I make sure that the products I formulate will never contain potentially hazardous ingredients like PEGs, Parabens, Phthalates, Ureas, synthetic dyes or fragrances and they are 100% cruelty free. I also believe in "empowering women" all around the world and have made it my mission to make sure my company uses eco-friendly, sustainable products that also help economically disadvantaged communities all around the world.
If you want to learn more about me please visit [ Link removed ] and send me your comments.
Thank you!

y34963
06-24-2010, 10:24 PM
Dermatalk is not an advertising site for businesses to come and sell their products to our members. It is a discussion forum. You are welcome to join in those discussions at any time just do not promote your products on every thread like a lot of people do. From reading your introduction I feel you have a lot to offer this site and, I for one, look forward to discussing your formulations. I will only use products that do not contain harmful ingredients or that are tested on animals and you will find a lot of members on this board feel the same way. That is why, for the most part, I make all of my own skin and body care products.

If you are selling products you should speak to the moderator before doing anything.

Aybegum
06-25-2010, 05:29 PM
Hello,
I also think I may have something to offer here and I will not be talking about my products or my company from now on but I thought it is necessary to be honest and open about who I am and what I do for a living in the introduction section. I will only contribute if the subject falls in my area of expertise.
Thank you

Dr.Deepak
06-25-2010, 05:45 PM
yup... thanks for understanding.. we would love to see you contribute.. these days many members just register and introduce with their affiliate links or promotional links
just to promote the products, these has no benefit to our members. so we should atleast avoid those one timers here.

If you continue to contribute to the forums, we have many options to give credits to your effort and suggestions. Don't worry about it....

And again welcome to the DermaTalk skin care forum. :)

vencasand
07-08-2010, 02:34 PM
sorry it took me so long to welcome you. i hope you are enjoying our site. we really do love to hear new ideas and concerns from all our people. welcome and join in to helping us to help each other.

keanusmith
01-17-2011, 06:48 AM
Hi,

I am Keanu Smith. I have joined this forum newly and have found interesting topics to read here.

I am interested to share some more information about the skin health and also have some questions to share with you.

I hope you would like this.... See you soon...

vencasand
01-17-2011, 01:52 PM
welcome Keanu we are a like a family here and we love to share information. i hope you enjoy it here and i hope you post often.

LMR
01-17-2011, 06:45 PM
Hi All,

hoping to learn and help others here with skincare stuff. I'm determined to grow old gracefully :-)

Meaning I'm going to try to fight wrinkles and sagging facial skin as much as possible:D

LMR

y34963
01-17-2011, 08:41 PM
Welcome LMR,
You have come to the right place. Feel free to ask all the questions you need to and provide you advice as that is important too.

keanusmith
01-18-2011, 06:22 AM
Hi,

Thanks for your valuable reply that you have given.

I would first like to ask that is there in any effect on the skin if we eat more oily food stuffs and spicy. I have an idea oily stuffs are not good. But does spices affect skin?

I would like to know this because i often like to eat spicy things but my parents always say that its not good for the skin...

Thanks and Regards.:h2:

vencasand
01-18-2011, 02:08 PM
over eating fried greasy foods isn't good for your body and spicy food is okay if your body can handle it. everyone is different. eat well rounded meals. veggies, fruits, lean meats, fish are all good for you. you should eat at least one serving every meal. as far as spicy foods turmeric that is in curry and a lot of spicy foods is actually recommended to help prevent alzheimers. if your tummy can handle spices i think they are okay.

keanusmith
01-31-2011, 07:01 AM
Hey vencasand,

Sorry for such a long time. I was enjoying my holidays. Sure i will post and i really enjoy being here.

Thanks and Regards.

sonia2012
03-02-2011, 05:33 AM
Hello guys. I am Sonia, the hair loss treatment promoter

Garrick23
07-12-2011, 08:49 AM
I am here to say hello to all of you people.I am Nicloes currently completing my studies.Every one has his own define goals in life but my goal is some what differnt from others.My degree is related to the accountancy and I want to become Finance Manager or General Manager of a recognized Financial Institution.
My physique is not so good.I am a fatty guy and recently joined the Gym to lose weight.I wolild love to do skating,chatting and Jamming.I am a new member of this forum and I don't know what you people think but I really find this site very useful for gaining plenty of Information.