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    **kevinkrieger** Male

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    Nov 2013

    Default Different skin types and care

    What about different skin types? Do I need a special product if I have dry skin?

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    Nothing just massage your skin with the milk cream or natural skin care or face wash and wash your face with it 3 or 4 times in day and avoid from bad sun rays.

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    **marclewis** Male

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    Jul 2014


    Use a broad spectrum sunscreen
    Avoid direct sunlight and wear a hat and sunglasses before going outside
    Don't smoke
    Stay hydrated
    Wash your skin thoroughly every day and never wear makeup to bed
    Moisturize your skin

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    My sensitive skin has always prevented my from trying out new products. Of late I came across the Sakare store at Neal Street and tried its solutions for sensitive skin.
    Of those available, the Problematik Skin Mask did the job for me. After using it for few days I can see visible difference in my skin and it looks way better than before.
    Thank you Sakare

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    **Jerry Cruz** Male

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    Jan 2015


    Yes for the dry skin avoid taking rays for the sun and also use natural products and home made products for your skin. Use moisturizer which is helpful for the dry skin.

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    **Sophia Lewis** Female

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    Feb 2015


    You have to stay away from direct sun rays, and use sunscreen daily. If you are using any lotion on your skin then I suggest you to use that product under the guidance of skin care specialist not on your own.

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    **William Smith** Male

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    Jun 2015


    Quote Originally Posted by wikisim145 View Post
    Nothing just massage your skin with the milk cream or natural skin care or face wash and wash your face with it 3 or 4 times in day and avoid from bad sun rays.
    Very nice suggestion to keep your skin fresh and smooth.

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    **Jeff Fraley** Male

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    Jun 2016
    Burke, virginia, usa


    Laser treatment is best for all skin types. This treatment gives the permanent result for all skin and aging problems. If you also want to try it. please take suggestions at any time on (703) 978-7546.

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    **Susie Henderson** Female

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    Oct 2015


    A healthy diet and plenty of water along with a good moisturizer would be great for someone with dry skin.

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    Of course, You need to take care your skin as per the demand of dry skin. Not all skin types are same hence, need to take care as per the skin. For instance there are products that are different for different skin types, There is a purpose behind that. You should opt for the products or the remedies that suits your skin the most.

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