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Daily Giveaway Question: If You Could See More of Anything on FutureDerm, What Would It Be?

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Comments (4)

  1. Tiffany Martin
    December 6 2012 at 10:01 AM

    I think that I come here mainly for the chemistry, I love learning about how it affects my products, what's effective, and what I should be skeptical of. Ideally it'd be great if you guys can recommend good formulas based on the evidence.

  2. Lucy
    December 6 2012 at 10:46 AM

    I would love to see more drugstore product reviews! (products that are more affordable for most people) Thanks!

  3. Justine
    December 6 2012 at 11:35 AM

    I echo Tiffany's comments. I read FutureDerm for the scientific analyses of ingredients, formulas, efficacy, etc.

  4. France
    December 7 2012 at 5:35 AM

    I would love to see a series about home-made or “old wives tales” skincare. The web is full of these: apple cider vinegar or lavender oil to treat acne; calamine lotion to dry out pimples overnight; pure l-ascorbic acid powder used as a scrub on wet skin or mixed fresh daily with a moisturizer (much like the Philosophy Turbo Booster) or with water to make a toner. Check Makeupalley – each of these home-made “treatments” has an impressive amount of users that rave about them. Is there any science to back up the use of these on skin? If science actually tells us they are harmful, what would you recommend as an alternative, in each case? Thanks in advance! ;-)

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