Do you stick to one particular skincare brand or use a variety of brands?
April 20, 2010 1:42am CST
Do you faithfully stick to a particular brand of skincare/cosmetics products or prefer to try various brands? Is it because of personal preference, quality, price, advertisement or something that the brand offers and not found in other brands? If you buy from various brands, does it offer a wider selection of choices and benefit from strengths of different brands? Please share your views.
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23 Apr 10
It is nice to try new things and different brands. For me it encourages me to read up more details on the products, the ingredients it used and whether it contains harmful preservatives and chemicals. As our knowledge grows, we can stream down to the some of the trusted products.
21 Apr 10
IN the past, when i'm still young, i will be using many different brands and of course, price is a major concern for me back then.. lol =D Abut as i grow older, i started to choose and pick my brand carefully, thus right now, i'm only using 2 brands, and alternating between clarins, and L'oreal.. lol =D
23 Apr 10
Yeah, Loreal and Clarins are the two favourite brands among guys I guess because they do target to the mens need. I would prefer Loreal over Clarins as Clarins tend to be overhyped and more expensive, and the products are not as attractive as Loreal.
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16 Dec 10
I always love to stick on one particular brand for my self. I love Tathaastu Skin care brand from Tathaastu [Tatha Natures Blessing]. It is 2 year old brand in the market and it comes under luxury category. I like the quality and their concept of aromatherapy. Just for experience i have tried so many brands but i always love to switch back to tathaastu.
• Holiday, Florida
22 Apr 10
when i worked i sadly thought there was a differents but since having to cut back on all things ive found a lot of the cheaper brands of things are just as good. ive also found a couple of cheaper shampoos are even better then the brand names. skin lotions and such mostly have the same things in them.