Skincare Tips and Products.wmv

BELOW ARE FACIAL PRODUCT RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ALL SKIN TYPES. The video demonstrates how to properly remove makeup and cleanse your face before preparing for bed. Please RATE & COMMENT ~ Stay BEaUtiful CLEANSE: Suggestions: Purpose, Obagi Clenziderm MD Daily Care Foaming Cleanser, Aveeno, Olay products, Cetaphil, Philosophy, The Body Shop Aloe Calming Facial Cleanser, Clean & Clear Foaming Facial Cleanser -AVOID cleansers with ingredients such as: alcohols, harsh detergents, fragrance, mineral oils, soap, menthol, SLS just to name a few -Dry or Sensitive skin: Use cleansers that are basic and gentle and contain: glycerin & hyaluronic acids (humectants that draw water to the skin), lactic acid, jojoba oil, almond seed oil. -Acne prone and Oily skin: Do not equate tingle with deeper clean. These extra ingredients may feel good, but may cause more harm than good in the long run. DO NOT use products that are drying to your skin…instead use a mild cleanser to calm the skin, restore the skin’s pH and barrier and use moisturizers and or spot treatments that contain ingredients for corrective issues. EXFOLIATE: Suggestions: (Chemical): Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant or Gentle Cream Exfoliant, peel (but consult with doctor prior to use). Also look for products with these ingredients: salicylic acid for acne prone/oily, retinoids, glycolic acid, lactic acid, tartaric acid (all in low concentrations between 2%-4%…to avoid irritation…unless under licensed professional’s care
Video Rating: 4 / 5


  1. thatgirltla says:

    Very informative! Thanks for taking the time to make this video I found it to be very helpful.

  2. CAPRICHICK86 says:

    Love your video! You really gave out great advice and it helped me out alot! :)

  3. Stargate174 says:

    Great video :)

  4. obamaboy1 says:


  5. capDIVAtingARTistry says:

    Shea butter is normally used as a sealant or moisturizing element and some benefit from it with clearer skin. Others who may have hyperactive melanin production need products/ingredients that are geared toward specific treatment. If it is used in large quantity or if it is not pure shea butter, Yes it can be pore clogging so use sparingly. However, I personally suggest topical treatments and exfoliating treatments for removal of dark spots.

  6. capDIVAtingARTistry says:

    Sometimes our face or body has to get use to active ingredients & things may get worst (breakouts) before getting better. We have to give products enough time before switching to something else and deeming it as non-successful. However if you are allergic to hydroquinone try products that are HQ free and contain ingredients like lactic acid, citric acid, azelaic acid & kojic acid. These help with hyperpig &brightening. Shea butter works for some people, but its not a proven solution

  7. 09joidavis says:

    danita! okay so i’ve used the ambi fade cream on my face before, but it didn’t react well with my skin and broke me out. but i was wondering about african shea butter, it says it can clear up dark spots. is that pore clogging? i know it is somewhat thick but i’ve been reading about it, some say you can use it, others say don’t. what do you think?

  8. Jus2Jazzy4u says:

    I am enjoying your videos. What are you’d thoughts on clinque’s 3 step line? Specifically in regards to oily skin that is prone to breakouts.

  9. DiVaCPA2 says:

    I’m game!!!

  10. pamperedandpolished says:

    love your hair!! thanks so much for this vid. great info
    can’t wait to see more vids from you.

  11. EbonyCPrincess says:

    OMG about how to clean eye makeup with individual lashes! I TOTALLY NEEDED THAT A COUPLE MONTHS AGO!!!!!!!!!!!! #lovethischannel!

  12. capDIVAtingARTistry says:

    thanks, ill check those out….im using eye excellence by pca now….and an anti aging serum for the entire face….we’ll see after 6 weeks or so what it does…stay BEaUtiful xoxo

  13. Skye525 says:

    Excellent tips and suggestions!
    Clinique’s ‘All About Eyes’ eye cream and eye serum are very good.

  14. capDIVAtingARTistry says:

    DivaCPA2…your natural lash growth is 14-28 days, so just like hair on your head, your lashes will shed in a cycle….your cycle may be sooner than others. As the old sheds, the new comes in as vellus hair, which is very short and fine; so it may appear like there is nothing there….but as it becomes more coarse your lashes will appear fuller. *REMEMBER not to ever pull or tug on your lashes too harshly as this can cause baldness…lol im taking a course soon on lash extentions….be my model?

  15. DiVaCPA2 says:

    I seem to have a problem with losing my natural lashes when I’m clensing. How can I prevent this?

  16. Makeupislife101 says:

    Great job:D

  17. msp276 says:

    Excellent presentation!!

  18. dawnb84 says:

    Great Job again Dee!

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