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Old 06-09-2016, 06:11 PM   #11
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Robots and aliens don't itch or peel, duh!
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Old 06-09-2016, 06:20 PM   #12
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I'm all for trying new aftercare products, shame this is harder to get hold of. I've used Bepanthem, Hustle Butter and most recently Mark Bester recommended Butterluxe and I won't be Using Bep again.
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I use this product and I swear by it. The reason being is that the key ingredient, cypress oil, has anti inflammatory and healing properties and the most important thing that I haven't had any of the aftercare help with me is the ITCHING. This stuff almost eliminates the itching which is a GODSEND for me since that is the least favorite part of aftercare for me.
so do you use this after you take the derm off jookie, because I usually dry heal the first 5 days, can this be used after?
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Old 07-09-2016, 02:33 AM   #14
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so do you use this after you take the derm off jookie, because I usually dry heal the first 5 days, can this be used after?
Yup. After the derm
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would actually purchase if they shipped internationally.
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I'm all for trying new aftercare products, shame this is harder to get hold of. I've used Bepanthem, Hustle Butter and most recently Mark Bester recommended Butterluxe and I won't be Using Bep again.
Why? i'be never had a problem with Bepanthem. Then cocoa butter afterwards.
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Old 07-09-2016, 02:36 PM   #17
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would actually purchase if they shipped internationally.


Hopefully she can get an international distributor in the not so distant future . They're still a new company , like I mentioned the CEO has been in the skincare industry almost a decade and split to start her own company . And Voila.

Right now itso like 60$ to ship to some places internationally...!! Insane!!!
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Old 07-09-2016, 03:22 PM   #18
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Why? i'be never had a problem with Bepanthem. Then cocoa butter afterwards.
This all day, works a charm for me. Always willing to try something new tho, but i know what works for me after years and i will stick to that
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Old 07-09-2016, 04:08 PM   #19
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This all day, works a charm for me. Always willing to try something new tho, but i know what works for me after years and i will stick to that


Truth

Regardless how you heal , it's about being healthy, and keeping it clean .

Having some amazing holistic oils is great but you still need to be hydrated and keep it clean and protected

But for sure good advice . Find what works for you.
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Old 07-09-2016, 05:26 PM   #20
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You all know jookiest healed a laser session using ☆BeautyBrew☆ . With, in my opinion , has had amazing results. And the results speak for themselves on the quality of product I'm trying to make you aware about.

If you haven't seen the pic he posted I'll post it .

For those young and old who have TERRIBLE or embarrassing tattoos . Laser removal is much more widely available and cheaper than it used to be. You must still do your research and find a good place and a good technician.

But if you decide to get that tattoo removed you don't want your skin scarring because then you can't cover it with another beautiful piece of art if the skin is too damaged it won't take the ink.
In comes
☆BeautyBrew☆

Think about our product has more than a tattoo ointment. It's a jar of the only the neccisary and best holistic oils on the planet for any skin issues. Not just tattoos and laser removal. All skin damage; burns cuts or scrapes on yourself or your children and the list goes on...

☆BeautyBrew☆

Fixes all those issues. Thanks to an amazing woman and an amazing skincare professional who created an amazing product because of her approach and integrity to do well by people and really help those who are having skin issues .


So always worth checking out... Unless international
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