Author Topic: Jurnalul pielii mele (Skincare Diary)  (Read 13343 times)


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Re: Jurnalul pielii mele (Skincare Diary)
« Reply #90 on: April 15, 2018, 15:21:38 PM »
N-am auzit de Dr Jart. Vad acum ca tot brand corean.
 O sa ajung la Sephora sa iau niste samples.
CeraVe e ok pt tenul meu, adica numai cu  astea 2 creme (NMF cum spuneam numai cu squalane) pielea arata ok.
Aici iernile canadiene sunt cumplite, e frig, aerul e f uscat, vara in schimb, e umiditate mare si pielea mi-e mult mai fericita.

Sar la alt subiect.
Aveti ceva sugestii pt psoriazis?
Tata sufera de asta si pt ca anul asta ajungem in sfr in Romania, i-as duce cate ceva.
Mereu ii duc sapunuri simple, fara parfumuri si alte ingrediente care potential agraveaza problema, dar nu am gasit o solutie permanenta.
Si ei au incercat tot felul de produse si din farmacie, dar si daca s-a ameliorat a fost doar temporar.
De fapt, nu exista leac, dar orice are efect benefic merita incercat.


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Re: Jurnalul pielii mele (Skincare Diary)
« Reply #91 on: April 16, 2018, 05:44:22 AM »
Aur Derm Mimoza pentru psoriazis - se gaseste la magazinele Plafar din Ro.
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Re: Jurnalul pielii mele (Skincare Diary)
« Reply #92 on: April 16, 2018, 21:14:43 PM »
Si eu am avut un episod de psoriazis, din fericire a trecut repede. Creme pe baza de multa uree m-au ajutat cel mai mult (Tractopon dar pute naspa) si  Maxiderma (care e super, o folosesc in continuare a devenit crema mea de maini preferata).
De curand am citit de legatura intre psoriazis si "gut health". La mine sa zicem ca pusca, clar am probleme in zona asta si nu reusesc sa le rezolv, iar pielea are tot felul de manifestari dubioase.


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Re: Jurnalul pielii mele (Skincare Diary)
« Reply #93 on: April 17, 2018, 01:22:08 AM »
 Merci frumos fetelor. Le transmit alor mei.
Lui tata cred ca stressul ii agraveaza psoriazisul. :(


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Re: Jurnalul pielii mele (Skincare Diary)
« Reply #94 on: April 18, 2018, 18:12:05 PM »
iaca m-a deprimat articolul asta:

practic de la TO recomanda

The Ordinary 100% Plant-Derived Squalane
The Ordinary Ascorbyl Glucoside Solution 12%
The Ordinary Salicylic Acid 2% Solution
The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1%

in rest le-a gasit cons la toate.
- Argireline: is said to "relax" facial tension like Botox, but there are just too many reports of people experiencing sagging (!!)
- Matryxil: according to biochemist Loren Pickart, Matrixyl can cause the skin to create inflammatory scar proteins.
un cititor scrie in schimb: ''I don't think I would believe anything Loren Pickart has to say. He is the guy who pushes copper peptides and there have been many reports of bad reactions, some permanent, from his products. He does not allow anyone to say anything negative on his forums and deletes and bans them for doing such.''
- Buffet; matryxil, argireline: all peptide-based serums and while they may be okay short-term, I'm not convinced of their efficacy or long-term safety. Peptides are overrated and may interact negatively with other ingredients

Voi ce parere aveti?  :-s
(le-am pregatit pachetele la toate fetele din familie si acum sunt complet desumflata)

Altceva care mi s-a parut interesant (

'Salicylic acid is a beta-hydroxy acid (BHA).

It's also the most common BHA, so I'm using the terms "salicylic acid" and "BHAs" interchangeably in this article. Other BHAs you might see on labels include:

betaine salicylate
sodium salicylate
willow bark extract
beta hydroxybutanoic acid
tropic acid
trethocanic acid

All of these ingredients belong to the same family as aspirin (salicylates), and are anti-inflammatory and mildly antibacterial.'


'Blackheads, Clogged Pores and Acne
If you're struggling with any kind of congestion, a salicylic acid or BHA product is a must. Its ability to loosen plugs and dissolve debris in the pores can help with blackheads, clogs and active breakouts. Its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory properties can also fight P. acnes bacteria and calm inflamed pimples.

But I think the real magic is in salicylic acid's ability to PREVENT comedones from forming in the first place! That's where the daily low-dose application comes in. "Instead of treating pimples as they appear, it's more effective to use a gentle product that contains salicylic acid every day," says Dr. Whitney Bowe. "This helps prevent breakouts on a regular basis."  '
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