Dermalogica?

webnrdOctober 4, 2006

I have very Oily skin and it's embrassing to have breakouts every now and then. I came across these website http://www.briobeauty.com . They mentioned something about The International Dermal Institute. What is this institution? and are their products any good?

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mitchdesj

it's a private beauty school that sells products, it seems all linked to one another; the school and the products. I've never heard of those products or seen them in salons....

did you read up on it, what do YOU think? it seems like you are trying to make people click on the site in an underhanded way-
maybe I'm jaded but this seems to be happening a lot lately and always with a poster registered that same day.

    Bookmark   October 5, 2006 at 8:14AM
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lindpro

Dermalogica products are sold all over the US and abroad in salons, spas, etc. A link to finding locations is below.

Here is a link that might be useful: Dermalogica Products Locations

    Bookmark   October 5, 2006 at 12:29PM
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webnrd

I apologize for the link. I was shopping on yahoo for some new type skin care and the website came up. I just care about my skin right now. I just wanted people's opinion the company and their products. I am in early 30's and feeling like going through puberty again... Like mitchdesj have said, " I've never heard of those products or seen them in salons...." That's the same case for me. Any body actually USED the product before? CUZ i don't want to spend another bill on some product that does not work for me. Thanks.

    Bookmark   October 5, 2006 at 1:48PM
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lindpro

I previously used Dermalogica skincare products exclusively for approx. 3 years. I would rate them fairly high as far as quality goes. All Dermalogica products are non-comedogenic and contain no occlusive mineral oil or lanolin, no irritating artificial colors or fragrance, and no drying S.D. alcohol. You can purchase them local spas and salons as well as online or through eBay.

    Bookmark   October 6, 2006 at 8:59AM
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