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2. Personal Formulator. The Personal Formulator has a very easy to use site with formulas that any guy can apply in the privacy of his bedroom. What I like is the easy-to-read formulations that give the base and active ingredients necessary along with proper proportions. Here are a couple of examples: the eye and the anti-wrinkle formula.
3. Essential Day Spa. This site, Essential Day Spa, is one of the oldest on the web in its niche, without a doubt, the best part of it is the established and active forum. Of course, you always have to take forum posts for what they are, but it's a great way to gather preliminary information on almost any skin care subject you can imagine.
4. Lotion Crafter. The Lotion Crafter site is a little quirky, but i site is definitely one of the older, more established sites. It's hard to be beat the base price of their ingredients. For example, look here at the sample prices of various anti-aging products, such as CoQ10 and Eyeseryl, which can reduce wrinkles and improve bags under the eyes, respectively.
5. Skin Actives. The SkinActives site is a little weak on information. However, the integrity seems fairly high from what I can tell on their site. Example: In their FAQs, they state regarding DMAE that "there have been a couple of such scientific papers, and the quality of that research is so bad (yes, there is such a thing as bad quality scientific research) that no conclusions can be extracted from the results. So I have to say to our clients 'use DMAE for short term only' and make up the rest of plumping and firming using actives that are better known." In addition, there products are generally reasonably priced.
6. Garden of Wisdom. The Garden of Wisdom is another DIY site worth researching. They have ingredients at a very reasonable price that are difficult to find. For example, you can find such gems raw ascorbic acid powder, a research-proven wrinkle remover, and Vitamin K (for undereye circles).
6. Making Cosmetics. The Making Cosmetics site has lots of great products but is a little more expensive than some of the other DIY sites. Of course, you'll still save a bundle over buying skin care products in almost any retail store, but there is a definite premium here. For example, they have Haloxyl for dark undereye circles as of this writing for $28.80 for.
7. Skin Care Talk. The Skin Care Talk is an active forum community for those trying to look better. Of course, it is primarily frequented by females, but it is a good starter source of information for the typical uninitiated male. They also have a DIY subforum that is specifically for all us do-it-yourselfers.
8. Bulk Actives. The Bulk Actives site is a little quirky, but if they have a product you are interested in, it will be extremely well-priced. Here are some sample prices of pre-made antioxidant formulas, which can in some cases reduce wrinkles.
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