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What kind of Skin care line do you currently use? Do you a facial wash, moisturizer, toner, anti-aging treatment?  If you were to add up what you spend per month, what would that be?


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      Debbie McGinn wrote Mar 4, 2009
    • Hi Monnalissa,  It is very important that they are Paraben free - just learning within the last couple of weeks about parebens.  I am finding not all parabens are bad though.  

      A friend of mine introduced me to this website to research product ingredients and their long term affects.  Granted, some of it needs to be taken with a grain of salt, but it seems to be a fairly up to date resource.  The website is:

      What types of products are included in the USANA line that you use?

      Debbie McGinn
      AVON Independent Certified Beauty Advisor

      John Keats:
      A thing of beauty is a joy forever.

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      Esther Bloom wrote Mar 4, 2009
    • I use Arbonne it is formulated without  parabens, mineral oil, paraffin, PABA ,patrolatum, phthalates and is made with fresh fruits and vegetables,.. The BEST stuff everestaticestaticestatic

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      Coachmombabe wrote Mar 4, 2009
    • I’m a mish-mash of products. I still have some Arbonne, have some Beauti-control, and some over the counter products.  

      I do love the Arbonne products, but they are costly!


      "Treat others as if they are who they ought to be and you help them to become who they are capable of becoming." Goethe

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