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    Moisturizer Suggestions?

    Seeing as our glamourous ladies of MiceChat are skin care afficianados, I thought I'd pose my question here. Does anyone have any suggestions for a good, oil-free moisturizer with sunscreen?

    I've got a notoriouly oily T-zone (especially in the summer), so oil-free is a must. I've been using a JASON moisturizer that fit the bill perfectly; however, I can't find it anymore.

    If I lived close to a Sephora, I'd head in there for help; however, my neighbourhood Sephora is their website. Any suggestions anyone?
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    Re: Moisturizer Suggestions?

    There are quite a few places that have the Jason products.

    I did a search on Google for "Jason moisturizer" and a few places came up, one of which was Amazon.com:
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/search.html...s=&brand=Jason

    Here is the Google search:
    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&c...urizer&spell=1

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    Re: Moisturizer Suggestions?

    LOL@goggleonstar!!

    I use Cetaphil moisturizer, I have really oily skin, but cetaphil works good for me, i use the cleasner too. And it's easy to find too!



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    Re: Moisturizer Suggestions?

    I've been trying to find a new moisturizer as well. I have an oily T-zone too (especially my nose & chin). I've been using Oil of Olay for years but I need to find something better.... but something that won't break the bank.

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    Re: Moisturizer Suggestions?

    Amazon...the one place I didn't look. Figures, they've actually got it too. I did the Google search myself, but it seems that a lot of places don't carry the specific moisturizer I've been using. Heck, I couldn't even find it listed on the JASON website!

    I may try the Cetaphil though, at least I can get that at the local Target instead of having to pay shipping.

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    Re: Moisturizer Suggestions?

    I use Cetaphil moisturizer, too (used to use the cleanser but it was just too sloppy - now I use Neutrogena face wipes cause I'm lazy and like washing my face while in the horizontal position and under the covers). Anyway, the Cetaphil is really good, I think it's like $15 at drugstores. It's only got an SPF 15 though, and they recommend 30 these days.

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    Re: Moisturizer Suggestions?

    Hope in a Jar by Philosophy.


    http://www.sephora.com/browse/produc...ategoryId=3866

    I have always had oily skin and this stuff is the best ever. Unfortunately, it does not have sunscreen in it.

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    Re: Moisturizer Suggestions?

    Quote Originally Posted by PrincessY
    Hope in a Jar by Philosophy.


    http://www.sephora.com/browse/produc...ategoryId=3866

    I have always had oily skin and this stuff is the best ever. Unfortunately, it does not have sunscreen in it.
    But Bare Minerals does!! So you can get your sunscreen from at least on face product. A big plus if you use a non sunscreen moisturizer. I think I will try Philosophy.


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    Re: Moisturizer Suggestions?

    Quote Originally Posted by Earkid
    But Bare Minerals does!! So you can get your sunscreen from at least on face product. A big plus if you use a non sunscreen moisturizer. I think I will try Philosophy.
    That is exactly my combo: Philosophy skin care and BE make-up (with Smashbox PhotoFinish)! Works like a charm!

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    Re: Moisturizer Suggestions?

    I use bare minerals cream during the day if I'm wearing make-up (it's bare minerals with sun screen in it) and on weekend days when I'm not I use philosophy...I use philosophy at night also. I have very oily skin also. The cream does not seem to make it worse or aggrvate break outs.

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    Re: Moisturizer Suggestions?

    Quote Originally Posted by PrincessY
    Hope in a Jar by Philosophy.


    http://www.sephora.com/browse/produc...ategoryId=3866

    I have always had oily skin and this stuff is the best ever. Unfortunately, it does not have sunscreen in it.
    I love Philosophy stuff, but Hope In A Jar broke me out
    I still love the Great One and Purity though

    I still can't find an eye cream I'm happy with



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    Re: Moisturizer Suggestions?

    eye cream....well I like the hope in the jar/tube for night...during the day I use eye con by benefit...it's suppose to help with dark circles, but IMO nothing really does. So, now I ahve really good concelaer...I forgit what it's called, btu I got it at sephora. All the sales peopel were raving about it...yeah, I'm easy, but ti is really good...

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    Re: Moisturizer Suggestions?

    THIS JUST IN: A beauty editor I know at Jane Magazine recommends Clinique Superdefense Triple Action Moisturizer. It's an SPF 25. Also, she says it won't cause blackheads.

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    Re: Moisturizer Suggestions?

    Quote Originally Posted by PrincessY
    Hope in a Jar by Philosophy.


    Me too, this stuff is sent from God himself in heaven.
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    Re: Moisturizer Suggestions?

    Quote Originally Posted by SCUBAbe
    So, now I ahve really good concelaer...I forgit what it's called, btu I got it at sephora
    What is it?! What is it??!!!!

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