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Once your face goes Chanel, it'll never go back.

  • Dec 18, 2008
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Something happened when I turned 23. Apparently I hit puberty because my mid-20s face started to resemble my 14-year-old face. I wasn't about to try antibiotics. And the Jessica Simpson/Vanessa Williams infomercials just made me feel lame, so I didn't purchase Pro-Activ.
My friend swore by Chanel's face products. So one day, feeling extra rich (which rarely happens), I found myself in an upscale department store at the Chanel counter shamefully staring some gorgeous-skinned salesgirl in the eye. I'm glad I did.

I purchased face wash, toner, and moisturizer--all geared towards my skin type. The gals at the counter will work with you patiently because I think they're on commission. The face wash was $45, the toner was $45, and the moisturizer was $80. BUT, three months later, I still have the same products (they're barely half used...this stuff lasts forever), and my face is almost perfectly clear and healthy.

So if you have problem skin you can spend $10 here and there for months upon months and maybe actually spend more than the initial cost of the Chanel stuff. Apparently this stuff is supposed to last nine months, too.
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December 18, 2008
i've heard that their face makeup is suppose to be the best for your skin. I've always wanted to try some but like you say... travel > make up unfortuntely. One day, I'll try this stuff though. and you're right, once I found stuff that really worked, I'd buy it even if it was 3 or 4 or even 5 times more expensive.. cuz otherwise I'd spend money buying 5 different products to see which one worked the best and they probably don't even work half as well as the expensive product does to being with!
December 18, 2008
Interesting. I always buy Chanel eye products (liquid and pencil liners, shadow, etc) because they glide on smoothly and last longer than most. I haven't tried the facial stuff though, but I will at least give the moisturizer a try ... once I'm in an extra rich mood, of course.
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Step 1: Wash your hands to remove bacteria and dirt.
Step 2: Remove any makeup.
Step 3: Splash your face with warm water.
Step 4: Apply a small amount of cleansing foam on your hands.
Step 5: Cleanse from the neck up to the hairline in a circular motion.
Step 6: Rinse with warm water and pat dry.
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