Product Review: Ron's Picks

Wednesday, June 19, 2013


*not a sponsored review

I've never been one to believe that you have to spend a lot of money on personal grooming and beauty aids.

Sure, there have been times when I discovered a product that worked amazingly well and had higher price point than I would have liked, but those were the exceptions.

I'm frugal, so I like to investigate products that are effective but inexpensive.

And trust me, there are a lot of good ones out there.

Shown below are four products which I can honestly say that I use on a daily basis and LOVE more than my own life.

And guess what? They won't empty your wallet.



#1 1001 Little Skincare Miracles

This little skincare book is probably one of the best books I've ever come across. And what's really cool is that it contains lots and lots of tips and advice on natural skincare. It's cleverly written and is one of those books you'll want to reference to a lot. Truly a GREAT little gem!

Inside:

-Gives advice for skincare regimes, detoxing and nutrition that will keep your skin beautiful from the inside out.

-Includes an in-depth explanation of creams, serums and cosmeceuticals and the conditions they treat.

-Covers topics on seasonal skincare.

-Contains a special troubleshooting section that shows you how to deal with everything from sunburn and razor bumps to blemishes and allergic reactions.


#2 Olay Sensitive Foaming Face Wash

One of the BEST fragrance-free face washes I have ever used. I have sensitive, normal to oily skin, so I need to use something that will clean my skin effectively but gently. I've been a fan of this face wash for the past 6 years. I use it twice a day: once before shaving my face in the morning to give a closer shave, and then again at night before taking a shower. Olay Sensitive Foaming Face Wash will leave your skin feeling clean and comfortable, never tight or dry.

And for you ladies: it also removes every trace of makeup.

#3 Desert Essence Jojoba Oil

I used this product for virtually everything. Jojoba oil is one of the most effective ways to moisturize your skin (both face and body). I use it on my hair, cuticles, feethands, and after I shave. I primarily use it alone, but have also mixed a few drops into my body cream during the colder, drier months as a moisturizing boost. Jojoba oil absorbs quickly and leaves no greasy residue. It also has a very long shelf-life.

Now that summer has arrived, Jojoba oil is great to use after sun-exposure; keeping skin moist and supple. It also contains an anti-inflammatory; reducing sunburn.

*more info about the amazing benefits of Jojoba oil

#4 Source Naturals Skin Eternal Serum

I like keeping my skincare routine easy. And this AMAZING serum does it all! It's chock-full of antioxidants (DMAE, Alpha Lipoic Acid, and C-Ester) and moisturizing properties that help repair skin and prevent further damage. I've been using this product for the past 10 years (once a day) and cannot say enough great things about it. It gives my skin an even tone and texture; reducing fine lines and firms. If you like using an all-in-one product, then this is the one for you. FAB-U-LOUS.

Enjoy!

52 Comments:

  1. Valerie said...:

    Good morning, Ron. Well, well, we are definitely on the same wavelength regarding subject matter. The post I have scheduled for tomorrow details current problems. Now, because of those problems, I'm very interested in Jojoba Oil so I shall have to scour the shops to see if it's sold over here. I've heard of Olay (didn't that used to be Ulay at one time) but being a thick-head I never tried it. Dear Ron, you will have to guide me through unknown territories ... smiles. The trouble with consulting specific people is that they can only recommend their own products and as I know only too well, they don't all suit ME.


    Have an enjoyable day.

  1. Bijoux said...:

    I'm always looking for skin care info and recommendations, so THANK you, Ron. I've also used the Olay face wash for years and have been very pleased with it. Where can I get that serum? Drugstores or Target?

  1. Dianne Wilson said...:

    I've used the Olay cleanser, it is as good as you describe

  1. Mel said...:

    Thinking I need to move into actually using the products instead of just reading about them. *sigh* Being a lover of the sun comes with a price--maybe the serum would be a good plan. Amazingly enough, I do have the oil (for use after the sun). I might have to consider using it more often maybe.
    WHY I enjoy the sun so much--dunno....but I do.


    I always enjoy your posts on self care. Probably because I suck at it and it's good to have some simple solutions that I can afford. (kinda takes the excuses out of the way)
    Enjoy the rest of the week sir!

  1. Akelamalu said...:

    Thanks for the recommendations Ron.

  1. lisa said...:

    I will certainly try some of these. I find that I cut corners a lot on my skin regimen. I know, I know, I KNOW! I'll go get them today!! Thanks for the tips and hope you have a beautiful day!

  1. dalecooper57 said...:

    Wow Ron, you truly are full of surprises. Certainly useful advice, anything that makes shaving less unpleasant without smelling horrible and setting fire to your face has to be a boon.

  1. Ron said...:

    Gooooooood morning Valerie!

    "Well, well, we are definitely on the same wavelength regarding subject matter. The post I have scheduled for tomorrow details current problems."

    OMG...it seems that lately you and I ARE on the same wavelength, doesn't it? We're both thinking the same thing at the same time - HA!

    "Now, because of those problems, I'm very interested in Jojoba Oil so I shall have to scour the shops to see if it's sold over here."

    You should be able to find it at most vitamin stores, health-food stores, or even at some drug stores in the area were they sell vitamins and such. I use the brand Desert Essence (which I posted about) however, there are other brands that also sell Jojoba oil as well. Just make sure that whatever brand you get, it's PURE, and not mixed with any other oils. During the winter months, I mix a few drops of Jojoba into my Nivea Soft Creme for added moisturizing benefits. And it works great!

    Hmm...I don't know if Olay used to be called, Ulay?!

    "..the trouble with consulting specific people is that they can only recommend their own products and as I know only too well, they don't all suit ME."



    Exactly! This is why I do my research/consulting on my own, because most people behind the counter (in a department store) can only recommend what THEY sell.


    If you ever need any recommendations or advice, please feel free to email me and I will do my best to help you out.


    Thanks for stopping by, dear lady!


    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey Lady Dianne!


    OMG...you use Olay cleanser? Isn't it faaaaaabulous?


    It's works so well and it's very inexpensive. Olay also has a lot of other amazing products in their line.


    Thanks for stopping by, dear lady!


    X to you and Hope!

  1. SuziCate said...:

    I haven't used jojoba oil, but I use grapeseed oil and sweet almond oil the same way.

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey there Bijoux~

    You are so welcome, my friend. I like to share products that I actually use so that I can give my honest feedback and recommendation.

    Isn't Olay face wash the BOMB!!!

    "Where can I get that serum? Drugstores or Target?"



    You can either get it online at Amazon (the link I shared) or most any vitamin/health store, such as, Vitamin Shoppe (which is where I purchase it) because they sell it for less. Whole Foods may also carry it, but they are usually higher priced.


    Thanks for stopping by, my friend!


    X

  1. Ron said...:

    You are sooooooooo welcome, m'dear!


    And thank you for stopping by!


    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Hiya Mel!

    " Being a lover of the sun comes with a price--maybe the serum would be a good plan. Amazingly enough, I do have the oil (for use after the sun). I might have to consider using it more often maybe."

    Good for you! Jojoba oil is the BOMB!

    Yes, I use the serum once a day (at night) it truly is a remarkable product. You will see a difference in your skin within a few days. And then the longer you use it, the more results you see.

    Ever since I went to Florida last summer, I've gotten into sitting in sun again. I don't over do it, but I kinda like having a bit of tan in the summer.

    "I always enjoy your posts on self care. Probably because I suck at it and it's good to have some simple solutions that I can afford. (kinda takes the excuses out of the way)


    HA! You know us Libra's...we want it simply, effective AND inexpensive

    Thanks so much for stopping by, dear lady.



    Enjoy the rest of your week as well!


    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Hellooooooo Lisa!

    " I find that I cut corners a lot on my skin regimen. I know, I know, I KNOW! I'll go get them today!!"



    HA! I think we ALL get that way at times. That's why I like SIMPLE and EASY.


    I try to recommend products on these posts that I have tried and used myself, so that I can give a sincere review. I have to really LOVE something to recommend it.


    Thanks for stopping by, Lisa. Have a beautiful day as well!


    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Hiya Suzi!

    "but I use grapeseed oil and sweet almond oil the same way."



    Grapeseed oil is AWESOME as well because it's light, absorbs quickly and contains a lot of antioxidant properties. And I too have used it. The only thing I like more about Jojoba oil is that it has a LONGER self-life and seems to contain virtually no odor.


    Thanks for stopping by, my friend!
    X

  1. Valerie said...:

    FYI Ron, no need to reply:

    www.guardian.co.uk/notesandqueries/query/0,5753,-4512,00.html‎

    Olay was used in much of continental Europe, Ulay in UK and USA. It's all the same stuff; there's no such thing as an Olay (or a Ulay) from which to extract it!

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey there Dale!

    "Wow Ron, you truly are full of surprises."

    HA! Yeah, every so often I like to post product reviews on things that I've used myself. I've been in this industry for so long that I enjoy sharing things I think are good.

    " anything that makes shaving less unpleasant without smelling horrible and setting fire to your face has to be a boon."



    Jojoba oil is AWESOME for after shaving. I use 2-3 drops after I shave and seems to calm my skin, heal any nicks or cuts, and moisturizes perfectly. AND it has NO odor.


    Thanks a bunch for stopping by, buddy!

  1. Ron said...:

    Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!! Thank you SO MUCH for sharing that bit of information!!!!


    X

  1. Debbie said...:

    Ron, we can always count on you to provide interesting, frugal picks that do what they say they're supposed to do!


    I, too, am a BIG believer in #2, the Olay Sensitive Foaming Face Wash. I've been using it for years, ever since my dermatologist recommended it for my Rosacea. Having sensitive skin can prove challenging -- there are sooo many things one shouldn't use on it, things that break you out, cause itching and redness, etc. When you find something that works -- without all the "side effects" -- you have reason to celebrate!


    Perhaps I need to invest in your #1, too. A complete skin care book might translate to fewer dermatology visits, ha!!


    Happy Wednesday, Ron!

  1. babs (beetle) said...:

    Sorry Ron. This is one post I can't add anything to in my comment. As I've said many times before. I have never used any skin care product, aside from a cream the doc gives me for my allergy rash. All I use is a mild soap and water. Saved myself a fortune over the years ;)

  1. Ron said...:

    Goooood morning Debbie!

    I am soooooooo happy you shared that information on Olay Sensitive Foaming Face wash in your comment. THANK YOU!!!

    ((((((( You )))))))

    Yes, it's GREAT for those of us who are prone to Rosacea or broken capillaries (such as I). Another thing that I have found VERY helpful for Rosacea is "German Chamomile Essential Oil" you can purchase it in any health food or vitamin store. I get it at Whole Foods. German Chamomile is outstanding for calming Rosacea and broken capillaries.

    "Perhaps I need to invest in your #1, too. A complete skin care book might translate to fewer dermatology visits, ha!!"



    It's an AWESOME little book. And there is chapter in it about Rosacea.


    Thanks for stopping by, dear lady. Happy Wednesday!

    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Hiya Babs!
    This is one post I can't add anything to in my comment.
    "As I've said many times before. I have never used any skin care product, aside from a cream the doc gives me for my allergy rash. All I use is a mild soap and water. Saved myself a fortune over the years ;)"

    No, you've add MUCH in your comment. Some people cannot use ANY skincare products, other than a mild soap or something recommended by their doc. Whatever works for you works for you, and you should stick to it.

    I offer these product review posts as items that I've used and have found very effective to those who might be on the lookout for something as well :)

    Thanks so much for stopping by, my friend.

    X to you and Mo!

  1. Denise said...:

    Ron, I love when you post about products because as you know, I'm product/perfume junkie! I have used the Olay cleanser and loved it. As a matter of fact, I have tried several products from Olay and found them very effective and not very expensive at all.

    That little skincare book looks great, as well as the serum. One of the body lotions I used has jojoba oil in it, so I may get the oil and add it to the body lotion as you shared.

    Thank you for your recommendations, Ron. Keep them coming.

  1. Ron said...:

    Hola Denise!

    Isn't the cleanser FABU? I've tried so many in the past, but this one seems to work the best for me. I've not used any other products from Olay, but I've heard from people that they are awesome.

    "One of the body lotions I used has jojoba oil in it, so I may get the oil and add it to the body lotion as you shared."



    You will LOVE it because it gives an extra moisturizing boost.


    Thanks a bunch for stopping by, girl. I will try to post more of these review posts in the future.


    X

  1. Mary said...:

    Thank you for posting these product reviews. I'll keep them all in mind. I think I have (or had) chamomile essential oil in a base of jojoba, I've heard other good things about it too. I've been doing research for an issue I'm having with my hair and have read some on jojoba so I can agree, it's got excellent benefits. I haven't actually used it for my problem yet, but it's on the list.

    Sounds like I could use the Olay one too, (I've used other OoO products before) because I do have sensitive skin and am do need a good makeup remover. I was liking Avon's for awhile, then horror of horrors I was just using regular soap. My skin is getting like my mother's in that I have developed broken vessels on my face. I can use coverup so that they aren't too visible but just a better skin care routine (sometimes I do nothing) would probably slow the effects anyway. Heredity issues are hard enough, the things you can slow I suppose you should.

    So one thing I did this morning... put some olive oil on my leg tattoo. LOL It looked a little dry and olive oil... well, it was handy and it's good for you... so why not, right?



    p.s. sorry for posting as a guest... I forgot my password and guess I have to reset it. But you know it's ME! ;)

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey there Mary!

    Thank you :) I so enjoy putting these posts together and sharing them.

    " I think I have (or had) chamomile essential oil in a base of jojoba, I've heard other good things about it too."

    Yes, I use one from Aura Cacia and posted a review about several years ago.

    http://www.triloquist.net/2012/01/german-chamomile-for-broken-capillaries.html

    GREAT stuff! And it really works!

    And Jojoba oil is great for the hair and scalp as well. I use a drop on my own hair and scalp every day. Keeps my hair soft and shinny. And I've also read that it's great in helping hair growth.

    The Olay cleanser that I posted about is truly awesome. And it's especially good for those of us who have sensitive skin. Yes, I too have issues with broken capillaries, which is why I like this cleanser.

    Olive oil is great as well! I don't use it on my skin, because of strong odor, but I drizzle it over most of my food. Sophia Loren uses it on her skin and swears by it.

    "p.s. sorry for posting as a guest... I forgot my password and guess I have to reset it. But you know it's ME! ;)"



    No problem because as I shared in my last comment to you that since you've been signing in as a guest, your comments are going through without having to moderate them. However, something is up Disqus because several other people have shared the same thing - they have to sign in as a guest.


    Sorry about that, my friend.


    Thanks so much for stopping by. Isn't the weather today STUNNING?


    X

  1. I read a review of Desert Essence Jojoba oil and someone pointed out you can buy the Trader Joe's brand, which appears to be just the very same product in their packaging. I use the stuff on my hair and sometimes my skin. And of course, I've told you about my love of BB creams. I'm really not a make-up person, but if I want just a little tint, I use Lumene Vitamn C BB cream and if I don't want any tint I use Loreal's BB cream. I like the consistency of both, and love that they are a moisturizer and sunscreen in one.

    And for my super dry skin, I wash my face with a mix of oils. Mostly olive, but with a little avocado and safflower and, for fragrance, Neutrogena sesame oil. Believe it or not, it's an effective cleanser for someone with skin like mine. Actually, I put that mix on all my skin. I also use liquid olive oil soap in the shower.



    I will definitely check out the serum.

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey Secret Agent Woman~

    "I read a review of Desert Essence Jojoba oil and someone pointed out you can buy the Trader Joe's brand, which appears to be just the very same product in their packaging."

    Yup...you're exactly right! I sometimes switch (depending where I am shopping) between the Desert Essence brand to the Trader Joe's brand - they're both AWESOME because they're both PURE.

    " I use the stuff on my hair and sometimes my skin."

    Good for you! Isn't it GREAT stuff? And I love that it absorbs so quickly. It doesn't even feel like a oil, once it's on.

    "but if I want just a little tint, I use Lumene Vitamn C BB cream and if I don't want any tint I use Loreal's BB cream. I like the consistency of both, and love that they are a moisturizer and sunscreen in one."



    You use WONDERFUL products because I know both of those brands and they are so effective AND not at all expensive.


    And reading your last paragraph, I say BRAVA to you! Because you really know what works and doesn't work on your skin and hair.


    You GO, girl!


    Thanks for stopping and sharing on this post! Hope you're having a faaaaabulous week!

    X


    P.S. yes, I think you would really like the serum.

  1. Matt said...:

    Hey Ron, thanks for the tip on the face wash and Jojoba oil for shaving because I have the worst time shaving. I have such sensitive skin that I end up getting razor burn, so I will have to try both these products. I don't even wash my face before shaving, I just slap on my shave foam and shave. And I think I shave too fast because I nick myself a lot.

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey Matt!


    You are so welcome! Yes, try washing your face before shaving because it softens the beard and skin, so that when you apply the razor, it removes the hair easily and smoothly. Also, rinse your razor blade a lot while shaving because it cleans the blades. And then apply 2-3 drops of Jojob oil afterwards. It's AWESOME!


    Hope that helps! Thanks for stopping by, buddy!

    X

  1. Robert said...:

    Ron, I don't know whether you know of this company, The Art Of Shaving, but I use their products and enjoy them a lot. It's a 4-step system that contains a pre-shave oil and an after shave balm. I've been using it now for little over a year and it gives me the best shave ever. And it leaves my skin in great condition. I don't usually wash my face before shaving, but now that you mentioned it I may start doing it.


    Thanks for sharing these products. Very interesting, Ron!

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey ho Robert!


    OMG...YES! YES! YES! Not only do I know about The Art of Shaving, but I USE IT!!!!! In fact, several years ago, I worked them and loved it! They have the BEST shaving system I've ever used. And I love that it goes back to using a shaving brush to apply the shaving cream because THAT'S what really makes the difference in getting the closest shave.


    They also have a face wash, but it contains peppermint which, because my skin is sensitive, I can't use it. Too irritating.


    And yes, try washing your face before you apply the pre-shave oil and shaving cream. It really helps to get an even closer shave.


    Thanks for stopping by, bud!


    X

  1. Herman Turnip said...:

    I don't know much, but I know that Karin swears by the Jojoba oil. Before I met her I had never heard of the stuff, but I now find the mysterious product placed on the living room table every night as we're winding down. I'll have to have her throw some of on my hands to see this miracle elixer at work now!

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey Herman~

    "....Karin swears by the Jojoba oil. Before I met her I had never heard of the stuff, but I now find the mysterious product placed on the living room table every night as we're winding down."

    Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay Karin!!!!!!

    And please tell her I do the same thing. I have that bottle sitting on my computer desk as we speak. GREAT stuff!

    And you won't believe what it'll do for your hands. People are always telling me how soft my hands are.

    Jojoba oil!

    Thanks so much for stopping by, bud! I don't know whether you're home or still on your vacation. But if you're back.

    Welcome home!

    X to you, Karin, and Mr. Tyler!

  1. Chrissy said...:

    I'll have to try the Jojoba Oil. I need something to soften my feet. Normally when I hear "oil", I run in the opposite direction but since you're saying it has no greasy residue, it's worth a look.
    I LOVE LOVE Olay products! They're such a top shelf quality without the department store price. Thanks for the tips!

  1. Ron said...:

    'I'll have to try the Jojoba Oil. I need something to soften my feet. Normally when I hear "oil", I run in the opposite direction but since you're saying it has no greasy residue, it's worth a look."

    Chrissy, it's AWESOME! And no, there is absolutely no greasy residue with Jojoba oil. It immediately absorbs into your skin. And it also great for many skin conditions.

    "I LOVE LOVE Olay products! They're such a top shelf quality without the department store price."

    The best, aren't they?

    Thanks for stopping by, girl! Hope you're having faaaabulous week!
    X

  1. Jen said...:

    Thanks for these! I'm always on the hunt for better products than I'm currently using. Although, I am a big fan of Olay face washes. I'm on track with that one. I'm going to look into the jojoba oil. My skin gets so dry particularly in the winter.

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey Jen!

    "Although, I am a big fan of Olay face washes. I'm on track with that one."

    Yay! Aren't Olay face washes the BOMB? They also have some of the most wonderful preventative skincare products as well. AND they're very inexpensive compared to department store prices.

    "I'm going to look into the jojoba oil. My skin gets so dry particularly in the winter."



    It's THE most awesome oil I've ever used. And what's especially great is that it's absorb immediately, but leaves your skin feeling soft and moisturized. No greasy residue. You'll LOVE it!


    Thanks for stopping by, girl!


    X

  1. Ron said...:

    Helloooooooo Linda!

    Yes, I did find a reader I like....Feedly. It seems a lot Google, but with MORE features.

    "Have been using almond oil on my face but not really liking it's NON-staying power. I am thinking of resorting to making my own with a little bee's wax to keep it there... or honey. Anyway I have not tried jojoba and happen to have some so will give it a try. Also will try the skin serum... i like that it contains the supplements, especially C and that it repairs too."

    Great idea, bee's wax is AWESOME!!!!! And well is honey.

    I like Jojoba oil because it really moisturizes the skin well, but doesn't feel greasy at all. It's truly one of the best oils I've ever used on my skin AND hair. It also make a great massage oil base for adding essentials oil to.



    And the serum is faaaaaaaaabulous!


    Thanks for stopping by, my friend. Hope you're enjoying a terrific week!


    xox

  1. So guess what I bought because of this? SKIN ETERNAL!!!!!! I love it! The scent is a little odd at first... but I actually see a difference after a week!

    Source Naturals Skin Eternal Serum
    Source Naturals Skin Eternal Serum

  1. Ron said...:

    OMG...I am sooooooooooo happy to hear that you purchased it and LOVE it!!!!!!

    Yes, the smell is a bit odd at first. I think that's the Vitamin C. But the scent dissipates after a few minutes.

    "... but I actually see a difference after a week!"



    And just wait until you see how faaabulous looks the longer you use it. I only it once a day, but they say to use it twice.


    Thanks so much for stopping by and giving me your feedback!


    ((((( You )))))

    X

  1. linda aka being a pest today said...:

    Hi AGAIN! it' just me reading your posts again. I get them in my email but then forget to pop over and actually type what my response is!! did you find a reader you like? Anyway thanks for these reviews, Ron. I've been thinking about what to do because I am allergic or sensitive to practically everything chemical. Have been using almond oil on my face but not really liking it's NON-staying power. I am thinking of resorting to making my own with a little bee's wax to keep it there... or honey. Anyway I have not tried jojoba and happen to have some so will give it a try. Also will try the skin serum... i like that it contains the supplements, especially C and that it repairs too. much love to you, my friend. xox

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey Meleah!


    I forgot mention that the face wash has been allergy and Dermatologist tested.


    It's an awesome face wash :)


    X

  1. meleahrebeccah said...:

    Wow - these all sound great! I will just have to read the labels to make sure I am not allergic - and if not - I am totally trying these! Especially the face wash!

  1. Ron said...:

    Yay! So glad to hear you like it! Yes, I put some on my cuticles at night before going to bed as well. I wash my hands a lot, so my cuticles can get very dry. Thanks so much for stopping back and letting me know, girl!

    X

  1. Denise said...:

    Ron, you're right, it works great! It adds the perfect amount of extra moisturizing boost to my body lotion. I even put a drop on my cuticles and then rubbed it in before going bed. Thank you for turning me on to Jojoba oil!

  1. Ron said...:

    Great Denise!!!! Just add a few drops, that's all you need.


    Thank you for stopping back and letting me know!
    X

  1. Denise said...:

    Ron, I stopped by the store and purchased a bottle of Jojoba oil last night after I got out of work. Can't wait to try it in my body lotion.

  1. Ron said...:

    Hey there V Girl!

    "ron, i totally need to do a better job at my skin care regime, especially my face. i wash it, sometimes with an acne or blackhead wash and that's it. i will put on moisturizer though."

    Actually, my regime is very simple because I don't like anything too involved, I'm lazy - HA!

    Try Jojoba oil on your cuticles because it works GREAT! I will sometimes rub a few drops on my cuticles before I go to bed, so it works through the night.

    Yes, I've seen that Bio-Oil in Vitamin Shoppe before and wondered what it was. Thanks for sharing the link!!!

    Have a FAB weekend and thanks for stopping by!

    X

  1. ladyV said...:

    ron, i totally need to do a better job at my skin care regime, especially my face. i wash it, sometimes with an acne or blackhead wash and that's it. i will put on moisturizer though. i do put lotion on my hands and body, but darn it if my cuticles look raggedy. i need a manicure. the jojoba oil looks good. i used an oil before on my belly...wait found it

    http://www.amazon.com/Bio-Oil-Bio-oil-4-2oz/dp/B004AI97MA/ref=sr_1_3?s=beauty&ie=UTF8&qid=1371816409&sr=1-3&keywords=stretch+mark+oil



    and it was okay. i might try something new. thanks. i love smooth feeling skin.

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