Skincare Series: THE CLEANSERS

by admin July 28, 2017 at 9:27 pm

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  1. I love that you range from Natural to medical grade skin care and you mention which skin type they work for. As a 25 year old male. I'm starting to see fine lines on my forehead and around my eyes. I'm wondering what cleanse, tone, moisturizer I should be using. I have Armenian olive skin I get some black heads around my nose but it can be dry at times (maybe I'm combination?) currently using mountain rose herbs hydrosols (cucumber/ rose/ calendula) for my toner. and use Shea moisture for my body and face moisturizers.

    Any tips would be great 🙂

  2. Tammy, I was curious about Colleen Rothchilds cleansing balm?!? Have you tried it, if so is it worth the hype? Thank you! I value your opinion very much!! You're just beautiful❤ xo!✌Toni

  3. I totally share your sentiment about skin care. I love my lengthy routines and always look forward to them. Twice a day I get to relax and care for myself. A great way to start and end the day.

  4. I'm 56 with normal to dry skin and I'm enjoying the Clinique cleansing balm. What didn't you like about it? Loved this video and looking forward to watching the rest in the series.

  5. Hi Tammy, if you look on African Botanics website you can see in the product photo that the marula oil should have a pump. In the instructions on the website it states how many 'pumps' to use, so it may be worth your while to contact them! I live in South Africa and the products are made here, but I see the head office is based in LA. Informative video as always, thank you.

  6. Tammy, I can't tell you how excited I am that I found your you tube channel !!! at 51 its hard to find beauty channels for aging and menopausal ladies. your videos make my day. Thank you for all you do.

  7. My Sympathies about your mom, I hope good memories can, in time, replace your sorrow you must be going through right now. I know I miss my mom every day of my life. I lost her back in '94, when she was only 64. Thinking of you and your family. xo from Chicago!

  8. Well, welcome to the "after" club!! I am happy you've gotten though the changes, and welcome to the "other side"! (I went though it at ages 47-48. (the women in my family go through it earlier than some). You and I are close in age, I was born '8/59, and I think you are 11/59 if I am correct? I have been using Andalou for a few years now, along with a creamy cleanser by Hada Labo of Japan, and a Korean Gommage cleanser by "The Face Shop" (their Papaya one, it's pricey but it's really nice.) Get better after that cold, my husband and I both had it and it's taking a long time to get better after it. xo from Chicago!

  9. Tammy I have been taking care of my skin morning and night for well over 50 years.There are a few things I cant get thru my thick head ie the waters for the face and the milk cleansers. I havent a Walgreen's or any decent store close to me for that matter. i live in a rural area and if I want something I go either to Sephora or Ultra. I am also confused on the oils. I know you are terribly busy but I would appreciate it so much if you could go into a little more depth. I am so sorry about your mom and your emotions at this heart hurting time. I have been then and I send you my prayers sweet lady.

  10. I have combination skin with flaking due to the use of Retin A so to cleanse my face I use either the CeraVe Foaming Facial Cleanser or the CeraVe Hydrating Cleanser. I find these two products take off my makeup when I have on a no makeup look. Then I use the ZO Medical Foamacleanse Gentle Foaming Cleanser for all skin types for a final wash. When I have a full face of makeup that is a another story in itself.

  11. Forgive me if this sounds dumb but I have very dry skin so I'm really interested in using an oil cleanser but since I use a load of serums, retin-a, and other antiaging things after cleansing I worry the cleansing oil will leave a bit of residue behind or film and not allow all my anti aging products to fully penetrate? I love oils and use them to seal everything in but using it oils first in a cleanser seems odd. If anyone can educate me thank you in advance!

  12. If anyone has recs for combo, dehydrated skin that I think has been over saturated with acids…I think. Looking for a gentle cleanser that actually cleanses!! Love you Tammy!!

  13. Good evening Tammy – great video. For my evening normal to dry skin routine I am currently using Yes to Blueberries cleansing wipes by applying Nourish 100% Organic Moisturizing Cream Face Cleanser with Cucumber, Watercress, and Aloe Vera for all skin types directly on the wipe and doing this as my first makeup removing cleanse and then rinsing with warm water. I then continue with a second cleanse using Purminerals Pur Pearl Luxury Wash and rinse. An alternate cleanse that I use is a Chamomile Cleanser by the organic line Neal's Yard Remedies Covent Garden (made in England) which soothes and cleanses normal skin. I then balance and refresh to rehydrate beautifully with distilled Damask Rose Water for normal and sensitive skin by Neal's Yard Remedies also. I then apply a White Tea Enriching Facial Mask by the same line that deeply nurtures my dry and sensitive skin. Finally I use a multi-tasker product by Neal's Yard that is their Wild Rosehip Beauty Balm which comes with a muslin cloth and you can either cleanse, exfoliate and/or moisturize or I simply apply as a last step to nurture my dry skin. It also contains Jojoba seed oil, beeswax, shea nut butter, hemp seed oil, borage seed oil, Geranium flower oil, rosemary leaf oil, frankincense oil, palmarosa herb oil, patchouli leaf oil. Yes, you are right rosehip seed oil is one of the richest natural sources of vitamins, including vitamins A, B1 and B2 – essential nutrients, essential fatty acids and antioxidants, which helps to keep my skin looking and feeling healthy and radiant. The organic wild rosehip fruit seed oil used in this product is cold-pressed from the seeds of wild roses grown in southern Chile. I like the Neal's Yard products because they do no animal testing and contain no polyacrimide gels, no EDTA, no mineral oils, no synthetic fragrance or colors, no silicones , no parabens, no phthalates, no propylene glycol and no carbomer. 99% Organic! I hope this helps those ladies who are looking for a line that cleanses without drying, irritating or causing redness.

  14. I am 62 with dry skin. I use Cerve cleaner for sensitive skin, Fresh Soy Cleanser, rotate several cleansing oils to remove makeup and micellar water. That's it never varies.

  15. I love this series, Tammy, I cannot wait for you to get to the "condition/masking for hair"-lately my hair is dry, old, and not happy!!!! LOL And I know you are the expert!!!!! xo

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