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    Here's something to spice up the forum! Some little trivia for you DermaTalkers!

    Cold cream was invented by Galen, personal physician to the Emperor Marcus Aurelius around 170 AD. In the 16th Century, it was prepared with oil of cole-seed called "cole cream" which later became cold cream. It has been used as a moisturizer and cleanser and during the 16th Century, was spread on cloth and used as a night-time face mask.

    Do you still use cold creams? I do! I love Pond's Cold Cream to remove makeup.

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    yup i use nivea cold cream.and i love it

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    Default cold cream for oily skin

    I have basically oily skin and once i tried to apply cold cream and beleive me, i was literally looking like i bathed in oil.. hmm jokes apart.. i would like to know if there is any cold cream which can be used for oily skin? i know that some of them may raise questions about this but i have a combination skin i.e., forehead, chin and nose are oily and cheeks and chin usually remains dry..


    Quote Originally Posted by mimico View Post
    Here's something to spice up the forum! Some little trivia for you DermaTalkers!

    Cold cream was invented by Galen, personal physician to the Emperor Marcus Aurelius around 170 AD. In the 16th Century, it was prepared with oil of cole-seed called "cole cream" which later became cold cream. It has been used as a moisturizer and cleanser and during the 16th Century, was spread on cloth and used as a night-time face mask.

    Do you still use cold creams? I do! I love Pond's Cold Cream to remove makeup.

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    I don't use cold creams as I have oily skin type and in summers the condition of my skin is very bad and sweaty.
    I have to take bath 2 times in summers because of oily skin type but it is also helpful for me as in winter I don't develop rashes on my skin.


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