Baxter of California Skin 1.2.3 Kit – Cleanse Tone And Hydrate Your Skin

May 24, 2015 - Comment

Put your best face forward with Baxter of California Skin 123 kit. Cleanse, tone and hydrate your skin daily with a trio of products designed to balance and control excess oil production without drying facial skin. The foundation to good skin care in three easy steps. A $57 value. Product Features Skin care as simple as… well

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Put your best face forward with Baxter of California Skin 123 kit. Cleanse, tone and hydrate your skin daily with a trio of products designed to balance and control excess oil production without drying facial skin. The foundation to good skin care in three easy steps. A $57 value.

Product Features

  • Skin care as simple as… well you get it.
  • 10 oz. Face Wash
  • 10 oz. Herbal Mint Toner
  • 4oz. Oil Free Moisturizer

Comments

C-Bomb says:

A must buy! I Love this set! As far as full facial skin care products go I am limited in experience. I have used a moisturizer before but that is just a drop in the bucket compared to the way your face feels after using this set. Tight and smooth and you just have a glow about you. I use the cleanser in the shower, the toner after I brush my teeth and the moisturizer a few minutes later after I have put on my shirt to give it time to dry. All in all, total skin protection takes less than a minute and a half a day. 

Zellie says:

Fairly impressed! As I mentioned in my last review, I have a serious issue with dry skin during the winter. 

P. MSakamoto "boy clothes" says:

Good for younger men, less good for geezers I was pleased with this skin care set, but not in love with it because it is tuned to a younger man’s skin (in general). I believe this to be the case because the three products seem to reduce the amount of skin oil on my face a lot, which is not so necessary now that I am on the doorstep of “geezerdom” (59 years). I can see I am about ten to fifteen years past this product and probably should start thinking about “dry skin” formations instead of “normal”. Looking at each product in the set: 

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