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    Max,

    Here are the two forumulations for the sunblock named after you. Creme for dry skin, milk for all skin types. Also, there is a "flush" creme with spf 50 that is for fragile skin. It's all on this page.

    http://tinyurl.com/77zco

    Sadly, I see they are out of stock, but at least it shows you what gentle, high spf products exist. (Note: I've only use the spf 100 creme, but found it very good.)
    "It's all illusion anyway."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost
    Max,
    Here are the two forumulations for the sunblock named after you.
    thank's a lot for the links. i've already ordered Photoderm SPF100.

    so far i've tried:

    LindaSy ZincO Cream SPF 20
    VANICREAM Sunscreen SPF 15 & 35

    Vani 35 caused redness if applied regulary.
    Zinco 20 & Vani 15 are fine to use daily, but on the long term they clogged pores, which isn't too nice either (so i'll get small pimples. have to take a 2/3 days break to give skin chance to breath a bit:)

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    For unclogging pores may I recommend the Aspirin mask?

    Put 6 or so uncoated Aspirin taps in a tiny cup (saki cup is good). Put in a few drops (really, just put in 5 drops from your fingers) of water, let them melt a bit. Add a pea-size portion of cleansing lotion. Stir.

    Apply this to your face (it should stick nicely. If not, add another drop or two of water and a drop of lotion). Leave it on for five minutes.

    Over sink, wet your hands and very gently rub the mask, washing it off as you go.

    Do this a couple of times a week to unplug pores.
    "It's all illusion anyway."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost
    For unclogging pores may I recommend the Aspirin mask?
    i really like your inputs. i'll give it a try...

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    Hi,

    I recently bought Bioderma flush sunscreen spf 50 and I have been using it for the last 5 days with no problem at all. It absorbs into my skin very quickly
    without leaving residual even when I am unshaved, It also doesnt irritate my skin.. It worths a try..
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    It contains very mild chemicals hence it is suited for all skin types. It is also a great make up remover.

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