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I went out with no make up for the first time in 10 yrs - all down to dermaflannel!

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Charliefox Mon 01-Apr-13 21:13:10

So I followed the crowd on here and bought one. Made my skin horrendous for the first couple of weeks but then I turned a corner and skin has improved no end since then. I've been on antibiotics for my skin for >10 years and I've used everything going, including the v expensive and hardcore Obagi system. This is the first thing that's truly made a difference and today, I went out with no foundation or make up at all. My skin is bright and even and clear! Thank you so much mumsnet. It might not have changed my life but it has made my hormonal, temperamental skin better than it's been in years.

ToothGah Mon 01-Apr-13 21:21:25

Fantastic news grin

I was swearing by my 33p microfibre cloth that does the same thing, until I went a bit overboard and ended up with crocodile skin (think v cracked and flaky) with a great big zit on my cheek.

Luckily that's settled down now and my skin looks super duper fab again smile

VIX1980 Mon 01-Apr-13 21:25:22

Is it just like a microfibre cloth then? I was thinking of getting one but i jump on too many bandwagons smile and i have a few microfibre cloths downstairs but cant bear the feel of them for some reason?

Charliefox Mon 01-Apr-13 21:27:43

I'm not sure really. Who knows! It might be but it also might be some special voodoo witch doctor cloth with special properties!

Ikeameatballs Mon 01-Apr-13 21:28:04

I am hoping that I am just going through the bad part before I get to the new improved me! My chin is very spotty atm and although therest is ok it isn't great iyswim.

VIX1980 Mon 01-Apr-13 21:33:45

I may try the ones i have then and see if they make a difference, must remember to wash them though or ill be polishing my face with mr sheen residue and it probably wont be the look im going for smile.

Charliefox Mon 01-Apr-13 22:16:47

Remember, no fabric softener in the wash.

LovingTheSunshine Mon 01-Apr-13 22:23:39

Another thumbs up from me...much brighter skim smile

babybarrister Tue 02-Apr-13 11:46:14

Greatsmile

Pinkflipflop Tue 02-Apr-13 11:47:33

Have mine ordered; will wait for the dewy skin to arrive!

UserError Tue 02-Apr-13 11:49:57

Where are they from please? Is it Bravura London again?

Timetoask Tue 02-Apr-13 11:50:22

Really? Thank sounds very promising.
My skin has never been great, I don't use lots of makeup, but have not choice, I really need a little foundation to cover (doesn't cover as much but nothing is worst!).
Will give it a try...

Chocrock Tue 02-Apr-13 11:50:32

is there a link to this miracle cloth?

ArteggsMonkey Tue 02-Apr-13 11:50:50

Baaaaaaaaaaaa

UserError Tue 02-Apr-13 12:01:34

Indeed, ArteggsMonkey. We are the sheep. Baaaaaa! grin

moonstorm Tue 02-Apr-13 16:23:33

Does anyone have a link?

LovingTheSunshine Tue 02-Apr-13 16:38:58

dermaflannel

moonstorm Tue 02-Apr-13 19:17:32

Thank you smile

UserError Tue 02-Apr-13 22:56:01

I bought one. I also bought the 15% glycolic night cream. Mumsnet, we need a sheep smiley just for the S&B section. Baaaaaaa. Baaaaaa. grin

janji Wed 03-Apr-13 01:02:50

I'm being really dense here but how do you use them and with what type of product. Do you just wet, ring out and wipe over face or do you put product on face then work in with flannel and rinse?

tvstand Wed 03-Apr-13 08:12:19

Could someone link to the 33p microfibre equivalent please

[skint] blush

janji Thu 04-Apr-13 02:20:41

Bm bargains do a pack of 4 for £1

Highlander Thu 04-Apr-13 07:53:23

Use a clean cloth every day and wash at 60C with no fabric softner. You can add in a spot of white vinegar to the fab softner compartment - that rinses off any residual detergent.

ggirl Thu 04-Apr-13 08:19:38

oooh how fab ..I was one who recommended it <<takes a bow>>

CMOTDibbler Thu 04-Apr-13 21:30:51

Inspired by this thread, and since there was a new microfibre cloth in the utililty room, I've been washing with it for a couple of days.

It is amazing! My skin is so smooth and lovely - much better than any scrub has ever made it. And for less than £1!

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