Dry Skin

    Dry Skin

    post #1 of 8
    Thread Starter 

    Hi All,

    I have been following posts for sometime now but have a few questions:

    Wish I had tried half of what you all have but getting there.

    Currently I am usingKnize ten, Creed IM. Hermesand Bvulgari - my problem is I have a very dry skin and all aftershaves seem to die very quickly - any pointers for this

    post #2 of 8

    Welcome!

    I have dry skin and perfumes tend to die on me as well. Using unscented lotion helps a bit, as it makes the skin a bit less dry. Wating some time after the shower also help. And finally, one can spray the shirt. Clothes keep a perfume really well, much more so than the skin.

    Leathers tend to last well on me, so I'm surprised about Knize Ten. But you're talking about aftershaves. Do you really mean aftershaves or do you mean regular cologne/edt? True aftershaves have very low concentration so they don't last much in general. Eau de toilette is a bit more concentrated so it lasts a longer time.

    cacio

    post #3 of 8
    Thread Starter 

    Sorry - yes EDT's

    I am enjoying the Knize Ten at the moment - but it is a smell for me .

    Have never sprayed clothes before - more than happy to try (guilty - have always put on after shower without waiting). Yes I do enjoy leathers.

    post #4 of 8
    Before you spray the clothes, try the unscented lotion as Cacio suggested. You might find that this works for you. if you have already tried this, then try the other route.
    post #5 of 8

    +2 on cloths.

    Also try the chest (be generous with the sprays).

    post #6 of 8

    Unscented products are always the best. Try a product called CapriClear to help with your dry skin. It's all natural, unscented and chemical free. I use it all the time and it really does work.

    post #7 of 8

    That's just fractionated coconut oil?

    post #8 of 8

    Yes, your right it is. The coconut smell has been removed from the moisturizer.

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    10/7/13 at 1:10pm

    Swordfish67 said:



    Hi All,

    I have been following posts for sometime now but have a few questions:

    Wish I had tried half of what you all have but getting there.

    Currently I am usingKnize ten, Creed IM. Hermesand Bvulgari - my problem is I have a very dry skin and all aftershaves seem to die very quickly - any pointers for this

    10/7/13 at 1:37pm

    cacio said:



    Welcome!

    I have dry skin and perfumes tend to die on me as well. Using unscented lotion helps a bit, as it makes the skin a bit less dry. Wating some time after the shower also help. And finally, one can spray the shirt. Clothes keep a perfume really well, much more so than the skin.

    Leathers tend to last well on me, so I'm surprised about Knize Ten. But you're talking about aftershaves. Do you really mean aftershaves or do you mean regular cologne/edt? True aftershaves have very low concentration so they don't last much in general. Eau de toilette is a bit more concentrated so it lasts a longer time.

    cacio

    10/7/13 at 1:46pm

    Swordfish67 said:



    Sorry - yes EDT's

    I am enjoying the Knize Ten at the moment - but it is a smell for me .

    Have never sprayed clothes before - more than happy to try (guilty - have always put on after shower without waiting). Yes I do enjoy leathers.

    10/7/13 at 2:22pm

    hednic said:



    Before you spray the clothes, try the unscented lotion as Cacio suggested. You might find that this works for you. if you have already tried this, then try the other route.

    10/7/13 at 2:44pm

    tdwctdwc said:



    +2 on cloths.

    Also try the chest (be generous with the sprays).

    10/8/13 at 9:58am

    Anne Carney said:



    Unscented products are always the best. Try a product called CapriClear to help with your dry skin. It's all natural, unscented and chemical free. I use it all the time and it really does work.

    10/8/13 at 11:13am

    lpp said:



    That's just fractionated coconut oil?

    10/8/13 at 11:45am

    Anne Carney said:



    Yes, your right it is. The coconut smell has been removed from the moisturizer.





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