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New Skin Care Alert: Cornelia Essentials

If you are addicted to the glossies like I am, then I am sure you are well aware of the ultra posh Cornelia Day Spa in New York City. Located on Fifth Avenue, this salon and spa hosts some of the most famous faces in the world. Due to the success of the spa, Cornelia has developed a line of skin care products for the masses. I of course have not tried everything but I did want to share two products with you that I can not live without.

Since my skin is prone to painful hormonal cysts and break outs, I have been on the search for a great cleanser and moisturizer pair that will keep my skin hydrated, balanced and clear. For the past couple of weeks I have been using their Oil Regulating Cleansing Gel, $50, and their Blemish Clarifying Moisturizer, $125, from the Cornelia Works Collection since it was created for normal to oily complexions.

The Oil Regulating Cleansing Gel, $50, is a concentrated sand colored gel that contains anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It dissolves dirt and makeup, helps clear your pores and prevents blackheads and pimples. I can really feel it working because my skin tingles when I am finished washing.

The Blemish Clarifying Moisturizer, $125, is a super light cream that also fights breakouts and clogged pores. It emulsifies the natural oils in your face and helps regulate your sebaceous glands (sebum is the gross puss in your pimples). It absorbs quickly and just a little bit goes a long way, which is a relief since it's kinda pricey.

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ChloeBABYY ChloeBABYY 7 years
Hmm not working for me. Clinque is serously the best of dermoloctica , WAY to dear this is,
JKe895 JKe895 9 years
I would like to try that as well but it's out of my budget. I stick with clean and clear and proactiv.
L8dyDi L8dyDi 9 years
Yes, definitely too expensive. I personally am a fan of finding more affordable products that work equally as well, if not better than the pricey ones. For instance, I love the Murad skin care line (www.murad.com). I like how everything is divided according to concern (i.e., Acne, Anti-Aging, Pigmentation/Sun Damage, etc.); it makes your search much simpler.
PrissyLilBadAss PrissyLilBadAss 9 years
Yeah... I'll stick to my neutragena products. I'm all about quality that is affordable! Plus they make the only toner I've ever used that does not make my skin break out!"Party like a rock star, pound like a porn star, play like an all star!"
PrissyLilBadAss PrissyLilBadAss 9 years
Yeah... I'll stick to my neutragena products. I'm all about quality that is affordable! Plus they make the only toner I've ever used that does not make my skin break out! "Party like a rock star, pound like a porn star, play like an all star!"
theotherhalfofme theotherhalfofme 9 years
sounds promising, but a little to expensive for me.____________________________________________________*Can't have the cake and eat it too.*
theotherhalfofme theotherhalfofme 9 years
sounds promising, but a little to expensive for me. ____________________________________________________ *Can't have the cake and eat it too.*
Kaciegrrl Kaciegrrl 9 years
I've been searching for some good skincare products for my skin - ever since I hit 21, my t-zone has been oily and more prone to breakouts. Thanks, Fab!
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