Has Anyone Tried Cindy Crawford's Meaningful Beauty Skin Care?

Updated on May 25, 2010
S.G. asks from Coleman, MI
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I'm thinking of trying Meaningful Beauty, which is a skin care system that Cindy Crawford promotes. I've heard mixed reviews on it and was wondering if any of you have tried it or know anyone who has. I have sensitive skin and am 36 and would like to take better care of my skin, but have a hard time finding something that I can use.

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answers from Detroit on

Compare prices to Bare Escentuals.com for Bare Minerals. I am 53 and have VERY sensitive skin and prior to finding Bare Minerals my skin always broke out. I love Bare Minerals and if you keep an eye on QVC or HSN you can get some great deals.

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answers from Detroit on

In fact I did purchase the system The problem that with purchase it locks you into an auto shipment every 90 days.The product was ok I liked the fact that it was from a melon extract, mild in nature as my skin is very very sensitive. I didn't find any real results.



answers from Benton Harbor on

I have not tried the product you are looking at, but I can tell you that if you have sensitive skin you should try natural based products without any harmful chemicals. Jordan Essentials offers such products and they are not only safe and affordable but also american made.



answers from San Francisco on

Hi S.,
I have not tried Meaningful Beauty, but I too considered it. Then I saw an informercial for a skincare system called Timeless Secret, and decided to try it. Google it. I have been using Timeless Secret for about 6 months. My skin is both dry and combination, and it was softer and brighter after the first use. The cleanser is fantastic. And you don't need a separate eye cream. I use the day cream and night cream on my eyes. You can get a 14 day-sized sampler of the products for something like $29.95. My skin is sensitive too, and I have no problem with these products. It moisturizes wonderfully without making me break out. They also have a suncreen too, for an extra purchase. Good luck!!



answers from Detroit on

My mom uses it and loves it. I would say she has been using it for about a year. No problems that I know of. She really doesn't have sensitive skin though, so I'm not sure how it would work for you. I love Philosophy products and I tend to have more sensitive skin. QVC almost always has a good price.



answers from Salt Lake City on

I have used it and use it occasionally because I have it and just want to finish it out. I've always used Clinique and Peter-Thomas-Roth and am just going to continue to do so. I'm 37 and was looking for something different and the infomercial was pretty enticing. It is a little too harsh for my skin and I can't use it on a daily basis. I do like the glow serum. I've heard great things about Timewise from MaryKay.



answers from Grand Rapids on

Hi S.!

I don't know anything about Meaningful Beauty so I can't respond about that. I have been using Usana Health Sciences' "Sense" skin care. It is the only skin care line that is preservative and chemical free, and has a full 2 year shelf life. The price compares to that of Mary Kay. I have learned that what we put on our skin only takes about 10 minutes to absorb into our bloodstream, therefore I choose to use Chemical free skin care. Medical research has shown that 90% of all breast cancer tumors have been found to have the parabans/chemicals from skin care in the tumors. My sister has had breast cancer at the age of 35. This skin care is Wonderful for sensitive skin!!!! I've been using it for 7 years now and have recommended it to MANY women and men who also love it!! It is also recommended by world-renowned Dematologist Regina Hamlin out of Fresno, CA, as well as many other Dermatologists and Estheticians. I am so grateful I have found this skin care!! YES! I have become a HUGE promoter of this as well as the whole company of USANA HEALTH SCIENCES. Take a look at the websites and learn more! I'm so glad someone told me about this!!!!!!

Best wishes to you!! :) B. Hooyer [email protected]____.com



answers from Lansing on

I have never used her product, but I do use the Mary Kay Timewise miracle set. I am a redhead and have always dealt with sensitive skin. I had used Clinique for years and I think my skin got used to it and Mary Kay just came around at the right time. I loved what the products did so much that I wanted to share this with other's, so I became a consultant. I would love to help you with any questions and we have 100% guarantee. You can use the product and if it's not for you, we can exchange and see what will! Please e-mail me and we'll talk!

R. L



answers from Detroit on

I have sensitive skin myself. I had break outs all the time until I started using MaryKay's Timewise line. I love it so much that I became a MaryKay consultant. If you would like some more info please feel free to contact me or just check out my website. www.marykay.com/sunshinemaes; Cell-###-###-####;[email protected]____.com

C. M.



answers from Charlotte on

I have the meaningful beauty kit if you are looking to buy one?



answers from Minneapolis on

I I was curious when I heard of Cindy Crawford’s beauty line, but I haven’t tried it. I use Nicole Miller’s cosmetic line and love it. The cleansers and moisturizes are fantastic. Let me know if you want me to compare prices for you.



answers from Detroit on

Hi S.
Another product to consider is Rodan+ Fields. They are the dermatologists who created Proactiv Solution. Dermatologists creating skin care vs a cosmetic company (finally). I've been using their products for about a year and love them. They have different regimens Anti-Age for wrinkles, Soothe for sensitive skin, Reverse for sun damage/age spots and Unblemish for acne. I would recommend them above any other products, (I have not used Meaningful Beauty, but have used many Over the Counter products, MaryKay, NuSkin, Arbonne, -just about everything) and nothing compares to Rodan + Fields for me. They too have a 100% money back guarantee. They also have a "solution tool", where you answer questions about your skin and are given a recommendation for best products to use - its customized for you. The products have been editors pic in several magazines (shown on their website) over and over again.
I will say it's not too early to start working on wrinkles. At 42, I feel I've almost started to late. We lose collagen in our skin starting in our 30s and if we don't work to replace it, we end up with wrinkles sooner vs later. Rodan + Fields have the highest level of peptides available in their products to increase collagen production in the skin. They are such knowledgable doctors, they even have a book "Write your skin a prescription for change" which was a best seller on Amazon.com. I don't hesitate to recommend them.
the website to check products out is http://cjphillips.myrandf.com
Good Luck!



answers from Detroit on

i am going to be 32 next month and i started using mary kay skin care products in december. i have loved the outcome. yes it is expensive to start, so i have started out slowly. purchasing what i could afford. i have a girlfriend about 10 yrs younger and she uses the product and has had very good outcomes also. so much that her boyfriend noticed.

good luck with what ever you choose to go with,

K. rhyndress


answers from Dallas on

I don't know about that.
Would you like some samples of Enfuselle? It is botanical based and there are 8 patents on the skincare line.

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