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Old 02-02-2008, 03:51 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Dr. Eckstein Azulen Paste Skin Cream, Anyone Else Use This?

I discovered this from a friend about a year ago and it works wonders. Apparently you can only buy it in Europe however there's a couple sellers in the U.S. that sell it on Ebay. It's pricey but not to the point where it's not worth it. The Azulen paste is amazing for skin blemishes I give it a top review certainly. It looks like a liquid clay and all you do is put a thin layer atop the blemish, by the next day it's gone. I don't know the active ingredient but my daughter uses it for acne and she swears nothing works better. One container lasts forever too I've been using the same one for over a year and there's still over 80% left!

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Old 02-02-2008, 01:59 PM   #2
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Finally someone else that uses this! I use the azulen paste for facial skin blemishes and discolorations and it seems to clear them rather quickly. I believe what it does is increase your cell turnover rate in the area applied because in the morning when I was the cream off usually the top layer of skin comes with it, leaving fresh skin. Yes the jars are only 1 or 2 ounces but they do last forever. I haven't bought a new one in over a year. Have you tried their other products? Last time I purchased some the lady I buy mine from (on Ebay) shipped me some sample Dr. Eckstein products, facial washes and what not, but I haven't tried them yet.

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