DHC Products: EGF Moisturizer South Portland ME

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NAFA Life Laboratory
(207) 632-6200
99 Berwick Street Ste 7
South Portland, ME

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Planet Botanicals
(877) 204-2075
90 Bridge St., Suite 135
Westbrook, ME

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Minka
(207) 204-1014
5 Union Street
Kennebunkport, ME

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Salon Burke
(207) 773-3100
550 Congress St
Portland, ME

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Hair Update
(207) 774-1767
57 Oak St
Portland, ME

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Talulah Skincare
(877) 668-8690
Box 11170
Portland, ME

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Naturally Maine
(207) 423-6443
PO Box 1024
Saco, ME

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Sephora
(207) 879-5900
364 Maine Mall Rd, Space W115
South Portland, ME
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Monday-Saturday:10am-9pm
Sunday:11am-6pm

Ola's Hair Designs
(207) 773-9717
15 Pleasant St
Portland, ME

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Hair Excitement
(207) 772-2222
364 Maine Mall Rd
South Portland, ME

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Are you using up your moisturizer within two weeks? If not, you might not be applying enough.

To adequately moisturize dry skin, you should apply nearly an ounce of cream or lotion to your body each day. Most moisturizers come in 8 to 12 ounce containers; therefore, you should be using up your moisturizer within about 2 weeks.

“Are you crazy, Dr. Benabio??” You say, “Do you realize how expensive that would be?”

It doesn’t have to be.

Skin Care Secret #1: All Moisturizers Are Created Equal.

The most important factor in how well a moisturizer works is not its special berry-juice-fish-oil-rare-tropical-flower-$15-dollar/ounce-ingredient. The most important factor in how well a moisturizer works is how you use it.

True, some moisturizers contain alpha hydroxy acids, humectants, or silicones which help soften, moisturize, and protect the skin respectively. However, any moisturizer, even simple mineral oil, can accomplish the basic tasks: 1. lock moisture in your skin and 2. provide a layer of oils to protect it. The important thing is to use it correctly.

1. Take a shower with warm (not hot) water. Use only non-soap cleansers, such as Dove, to wash. Real soaps strip natural oils off your skin unnecessarily.

2. Dry off by patting your skin with your towel.

3. While your skin is still damp from the water that has soaked into its absorbent outer layer, apply a thin coat of inexpensive moisturizer, such as petroleum jelly.

4. Repeat everyday for two weeks. You should go though at least one jar of petroleum jelly in that time.

5. After two weeks look closely at your skin. You will notice that it is smoother, healthier, and even younger looking (dry skin will wrinkle more easily and dull skin always appears older).

Using generic petroleum jelly will cost $4.00 each month. Compare this to other popular moisturizers, such as Aquaphor, which would cost about $43.00 each month. Over a year that amounts to a savings of $468.

If you happen to have been using Creme de la Mer, ($130 / ounce) using Vaseline would save you $40,560 a year. You could buy a new Mercedes with that kind of money.

How much is your moisturizer?

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