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Best Oil for Dry Skin
#11
Hello! I'm new here. I don't understand how to use magnets for breast enchancement properly. How is it possible that one nipple is positive and the other negative? Please explain in detail. Thank you!
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#12
(02-06-2013, 09:05 PM)Loveyourbreasts Wrote: Hello! I'm new here. I don't understand how to use magnets for breast enchancement properly. How is it possible that one nipple is positive and the other negative? Please explain in detail. Thank you!

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this was posted on June 6 13
No one helped her- and she left this group.

We should have told her how to develop her breasts the way many of have done.
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#13
As someone who was using quite a lot of almond oil I'd like to throw in my two cents by saying it's probably not the best oil for moisturisation. It's great for trapping moisture, say if you just came out of a shower or bath, but it's not great on it's own. It's more like a layer that will keep what's there so it can be absorbed, but it won't give a great deal.

Coconut is great (but careful where you apply due to acne- yes it may be antibacterial but believe me it is quite capable of clogging pores!) but I had a lot of success with olive oil. I took olive oils showers where I rubbed myself in olive oil, let it absorb a few minutes and then washed off with warm water (not too hot!). For my face I used pure olive oil soap. However, this is a really messy and fairly uncomfortable process to go through. I'd reccommend camellia oil (this is what the geishas used to rub their faces in to remove and disolve makeup), and having googled it I just found someone made a breast tight cream from it too ! Two birds with one stone.
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(22-03-2012, 04:09 AM)EricaB Wrote: Are you talking about the olive oil that you cook with? Would the expensive extra virgin olive oil work any better than the less expensive "devirginized" plain stuff?

Who pops the oil's cherry and how?
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(21-10-2013, 12:34 PM)in-hope-we-trust Wrote: As someone who was using quite a lot of almond oil I'd like to throw in my two cents by saying it's probably not the best oil for moisturisation. It's great for trapping moisture, say if you just came out of a shower or bath, but it's not great on it's own. It's more like a layer that will keep what's there so it can be absorbed, but it won't give a great deal.

Coconut is great (but careful where you apply due to acne- yes it may be antibacterial but believe me it is quite capable of clogging pores!) but I had a lot of success with olive oil. I took olive oils showers where I rubbed myself in olive oil, let it absorb a few minutes and then washed off with warm water (not too hot!). For my face I used pure olive oil soap. However, this is a really messy and fairly uncomfortable process to go through. I'd reccommend camellia oil (this is what the geishas used to rub their faces in to remove and disolve makeup), and having googled it I just found someone made a breast tight cream from it too ! Two birds with one stone.


Coconut oil is a great oil for moisturizing and it's full of healthy fats. However it is incredibly comedogenic (pore clogging)- make sure you use [undefined=undefined]cold pressed if you're going to use coconut oil to moisturize!!

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#16
Hi there,

its depend on your skin that which oil is suitable for you. I have mention here some details for you.

Argan Oil
Avocado Oil
Coconut Oil
Flaxseed Oil
Jojoba Oil
Lavender Oil
Olive Oil and much more.
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