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can it be use under makeup?
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What color is this tinted?
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Can I use this sunscreen in the face?
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Does this product have a citrusy scent?
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Can this product be used under the eyes???
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Are there and products I shouldn't use this product in conjunction with?" (i.e. Retinoid, Glycolic Acid, Vitamin C?)
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I like this product for my rosacea. Should I also use another moisturizer with it?
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the fragrance in this product, is it synthetic or natural? thank you
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Best La Roche Posay or other sunscreen for dry, aging skin to use under makeup

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MD Formulations MD Formulations Critical Care Skin Repair Complex

Fight against brown spots, lines and wrinkles and loss of skin elasticity.
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Does this work for men's brown (so called liver) spots?

asked 3 years, 8 months ago
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Sergeant
on MD Formulations Critical Care Skin Repair Complex
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With the exception of peri/post-menapausal women whom need more moisture, there isn't enough of a biochemical difference between either gender's skin that warrants separate skin care lines. Men's skincare is a pure product of marketing.

Sadly OTC topicals do very little for age spots. I highly suggest starting with a aha/bha product at a level of at east 10%. Once you builkd up a tolerance, start a RX retinoid product like Retin A or even better Atralin. If those still don't get rid of the hyper-pigmentation, then you will need to include a product like Obaji Clear or Blender, both containing RX level Hydroquinone at 4%. I also suggest you make an appoinment with a derm to determine how deep this hyper-pigmentation runs in your dermal layers. Topicals not matter at what strength can only address pigmentation issues on the upper levels of the skin.
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answered 3 years, 4 months ago
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NoeyD
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I have rosacea and combination skin. is it for mi?

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 - chile
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