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Skincare products I swear by

  1. #1
    Kafka motherfucker
    I'm wired rn. Anyway I don't see why men can't use the same products or maybe you want to get them for your mum. I like making lists.

    Vichy thermal water spray - It stays cool so it's helping in this heatwave and livens up your skin.
    Image vital C cleanser - been using for years, it tingles a bit and smells nice.
    Pearl powder capsules - to consume but also they absorb into your skin fast if you put it on your face, brightening your complexion and they also give you energy.
    Elemis pro collagen marine cream - just try it.
    Dr. Dennis Gross overnight retinol serum - it's done miracles but it also absorbs things you put on top of it more deeply, which can also be UV rays so wear sunscreen the next day. You should wear it everyday though.
    Image salicylic acid pads - Don't use too often because they can dry out your skin.
  2. #2
    what do you use to keep your pussy hair-free.
  3. #3
    Kafka motherfucker
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny what do you use to keep your pussy hair-free.

    Lasers.
  4. #4
    interesting
  5. #5
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny interesting

    And you Vincent? what do you use to keep your pussy hair free?
  6. #6
    I wash my face in piss, no joke. It's good for blemishes. I've known people to rub baby's pissy nappies on their child's head when they get cradle cap.
  7. #7
    Kafka motherfucker
    Originally posted by The Earl of Sandwich I wash my face in piss, no joke. It's good for blemishes. I've known people to rub baby's pissy nappies on their child's forehead when they get cradle cap.

    I'm sure someone here would give you a golden shower.
  8. #8
    Rape Monster African Astronaut
    My version of skin care is using a blade to dig out the microchips implanted underneath the epidermis
  9. #9
    Kafka motherfucker
    Originally posted by Rape Monster My version of skin care is using a blade to dig out the microchips implanted underneath the epidermis

    I have actually cut my face lightly with a razor blade, no scar and I wasn't trying to hurt myself, just an extreme way to fix something. Don't try this at home.
  10. #10
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson Any you Vincent? what do you use to keep your pussy hair free?

    time.
  11. #11
    tee hee hee Naturally Camouflaged [slangily complete this slumberer]
    I like Aveeno sensitive skin or Neutrogena (orange) cleanser. Followed by innisfree jeju pomegranate emulsion. And Fresh sugar mango lip balm.
  12. #12
    Kafka motherfucker
    Originally posted by tee hee hee I like Aveeno sensitive skin or Neutrogena (orange) cleanser. Followed by innisfree jeju pomegranate emulsion. And Fresh sugar mango lip balm.

    I think Neutrogena is better for teenagers, things you can get in your local chemist. I can’t recommend Image enough once you’re in your 20s. Innisfree is a good brand. Have you tried a sugar scrub? They feel great, make your lips bigger and more red. In the past victorians would use a toothbrush on their lips.

    Also it takes your skin a month to get used to a new product so don’t be too put off by something at first if it isn’t great, not unless you’re breaking out in a rash.
  13. #13
    Serenity salt scrub I find great.

    I used St Ive's but it doesn't have the same feel/ results as Serenity.
  14. #14
    Kafka motherfucker
    Originally posted by The Earl of Sandwich Serenity salt scrub I find great.

    I used St Ive's but it doesn't have the same feel/ results as Serenity.

    I’m allergic to St. Ive’s apricot scrub and don’t use them, that’s what the salicylic acid is for.

    You can make your own face scrub by mixing a few strawberries with brown sugar. Something to do if you’re bored.

    I almost forgot if you ever have a bad spot try putting toothpaste on it.
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  15. #15
    Originally posted by Kafka I’m allergic to St. Ive’s apricot scrub and don’t use them, that’s what the salicylic acid is for.

    You can make your own face scrub by mixing a few strawberries with brown sugar. Something to do if you’re bored.

    I almost forgot if you ever have a bad spot try putting toothpaste on it.

    The brown sugar is a good idea but I imagine sugar being a cause of spots, would be worse rubbed in?

    Tooth paste is always good to dry spots out.

    I remember years ago Clearasil coming out as a supposed God send which only made my spots worse and skin raw.
  16. #16
    Kafka motherfucker
    Originally posted by The Earl of Sandwich The brown sugar is a good idea but I imagine sugar being a cause of spots, would be worse rubbed in?

    Tooth paste is always good to dry spots out.

    I remember years ago Clearasil coming out as a supposed God send which only made my spots worse and skin raw.

    You mean consuming sugar not rubbing it in your face. Sugar is bad for your complexion though. That’s alcohol and energy drinks.
  17. #17
    Originally posted by Kafka You mean consuming sugar not rubbing it in your face. Sugar is bad for your complexion though. That’s alcohol and energy drinks.

    I've replaced sugar with honey which has been used for all sorts from preserving bodies in the Hellenistic period to treating wounds.
  18. #18
    Bradley victim of incest
    IF you were gonna recommend just a skin care product for a 28 year old man who doesn't use any form of skin care products.
  19. #19
    Incessant African Astronaut
    These are all the most ghetto recommendations that people used in like the 90s. Haha
  20. #20
    Rape Monster African Astronaut
    I hear getting loads of cum shot into your face is good for your complexion
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