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Have You Been Using More DIY Products in the Past Year?

Apparently, on the other side of the pond, British women are ditching medispa and salon services for a wide variety of at-home gadgets that promise similar results. Americans have also seen more home-use beauty tech lately, from the Clarisonic to the SensEpil I'm testing right now, but I'm not sure the shift has been as big. Given the recession, it makes sense that more women would be treating themselves at home, but given the high price of a lot of the gadgets on the market, there's clearly still plenty of money being spent on professional services. I'm curious to know: are you trying more DIY products now than you did in the past?

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jessvogel85 jessvogel85 7 years
My Clarisonic was worth every penny!
ticamorena ticamorena 7 years
Yep, but it's something i've always wanted to do after a friend of my mum's created her own 100% organic homemade skincare line and the products were a.m.a.z.i.n.g.; also, i like being in control of what is in my products, it always seems like getting a professional to do something is often not worth the hassle, plus the sense of achievement is great!
jenni5 jenni5 7 years
Those gadgets are usually too expensive. I do more at home facials...not quite the same though :(
totygoliguez totygoliguez 7 years
A new product just came out in London, called Lumean, and let me tell I'm waiting for it to arrived to America. O maybe I will try that product that you just mentioned. I will be reading your review.
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