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cajun
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I would suggest the day cream, for sure. When money is tight I just use the day cream and the genoma derma capsule. The natural ingredients are great for my skin.


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Wouldn't mind trying samples of this cream or some of the genome range products ..are there any samples we could try ?


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I like and use 3 products -
Toner
Day Creme
and Night Creme


Awesome products!



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Quoted from BTypeAUS
Wouldn't mind trying samples of this cream or some of the genome range products ..are there any samples we could try ?
Me too!! Is there anyway to trial this product?

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Quoted from BTypeAUS
Wouldn't mind trying samples of this cream or some of the genome range products ..are there any samples we could try ?


Me too!!!

and BTW.. what is toner used for?  I've never understood the concept...  
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it tones your skin, giving it elasticity lost with age


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well for now i ordered the day cream, night cream, eye cream and the Genoma supp.  
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Just got my 5 piece skincare set a couple days ago.  About all I can say for the cleanser, toner, day cream, and night cream is ':WOW'.  I love what it does for my skin.  The eye cream doesn't seem to work for me however, but I love the rest.  Thank you.  











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Is the mask an exfoliant??  Thanks anyone.
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Hi Brenda!

I haven't tried the mask...must be new.
My fave is the daycream!
I have noticed firmer skin, stronger nails and possibly fuller hair from the derma supp!


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Brenda
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Hi Cajun!  Thanks.  I don't know if it is new or not.  I'm new to this myself I love the cleanser,toner, daycream and night cream!
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Quoted from Brenda
Just got my 5 piece skincare set a couple days ago.  About all I can say for the cleanser, toner, day cream, and night cream is ':WOW'.  I love what it does for my skin.  The eye cream doesn't seem to work for me however, but I love the rest.  Thank you.  



Brenda.. I have my kit but haven't started using it yet.  I didn't get the toner this time around.. but why doesn't the eye cream work for you?  













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It didn't seem to help the puffiness in my eyes so I am still using my old eye cream.  I'm not putting the eye cream down, it just didn't seem to work for me.  It might work for others.  We humans are different!
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It didn't seem to help the puffiness in my eyes so I am still using my old eye cream.  I'm not putting the eye cream down, it just didn't seem to work for me.  It might work for others.  We humans are different!


well what i found helped the puffiness was getting my inflammation to go down by following the Gentotype Diet.. i.e. my Swami.  Are you on one of the regimes..ie. BTD or GTD?
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I never used it because I really hate tissue off cleanser. I like to rinse my face with water and feel clean.
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I never used it because I really hate tissue off cleanser. I like to rinse my face with water and feel clean.



what product are you referring to Mayflowers?
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The couple of bottles of Genoma cleanser I bought, I rinsed off with a warm washcloth.



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Ok so I started my Genoma routine and i find the creams to be very light.  I'm not used to this!  ha ha...  the last cream i was using was a natural cream but i was heavy compared to this.  

Plus it takes much less than the two recommended pumps.  Am i supposed to use two and just rub it in until it's gone to get the full benefit?

The eye cream is way too much to use in the 'one pump' - can I used that around my entire eye.. the lid and everything or?

also can i then move forward after the day cream to put on sun screen and then any makeup base I use from time to time...?  

and one last thing.. if i work out mid day or mid afternoon.. do i then reapply the day cream or it one application per day enough?

thanks all!
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Quoted from BluesSinger
Ok so I started my Genoma routine and i find the creams to be very light.  I'm not used to this!  ha ha...  the last cream i was using was a natural cream but i was heavy compared to this.  

Plus it takes much less than the two recommended pumps.  Am i supposed to use two and just rub it in until it's gone to get the full benefit?

The eye cream is way too much to use in the 'one pump' - can I used that around my entire eye.. the lid and everything or?

also can i then move forward after the day cream to put on sun screen and then any makeup base I use from time to time...?  

and one last thing.. if i work out mid day or mid afternoon.. do i then reapply the day cream or it one application per day enough?



Yes, the cremes are very light compared to the usual natural creams on the market.  I consider the Genoma line to be skin therapy and not just a bottle of oils and butters.  I would say that it's fine to use whatever else is important to you as long as you use the Genoma products first and give them a minute to absorb.

I use a fraction of what is recommended.  No need to waste it, is my approach.  

I take some liberties with my own skin care regime.  The only thing I wash my face with is Organic Coconut Oil, massaged in well and washed off with a damp, warm washcloth.  At that point, my skin is already moisturized.  I follow that with the Skin Toner, which I think is awesome.  Then a drop of Emu oil and a drop of the Genoma Creme mixed in my palms and applied to my face.



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I bought the night and day cream on a whim and a few weeks later, I do see a difference in the tone and appearance of my face!

Love it!
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I'm still curious if I can get any samples of this range from anywhere please?
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I just want everyone to know, I love the eye cream now.  It just took a little while for my skin to adjust to it.  
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welcome Brenda
which is your blood type?


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I wish I could afford some of the vitamins, but I just can't.  They are pretty expensive for only a months supply.
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