Peeling a cucumber like a pro

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    Wilford Ernser
    I really like Miss Tutii Bag. It's $15/month for 5 samples. I've been subbed for a little less than a year and they have always sent out one makeup item as one of the five samples. Of the remaining items, one is a sheet mask, and the other three are usually two skincare items and one hair/bath/body item. The makeup items I've received are BB cream, color-correcting primer, eyeliner, lip liner, mascara, eye shadow, and they did send out a Skinfood Flower Top Coat, which is a pink-tinted top coat that can be worn by itself or over other nail polish. Usually, at least one item is full size. I've started keeping track of my sub boxes with a Google Docs spreadsheet thanks to this subreddit, but I haven't finished populating it yet. Here's what I've received from them the last 6 months. All the items are deluxe samples unless noted otherwise **October 2016** * Mamonde Flower Essential Mask in Magnolia * Dr. G Super Aquasis Moisture Toner * Tony Moly Easy Touch Lip Liner (full size) * Etude House Put Your Hands Up Cottony Deo Tissue (one tissue in a foil packet) * A'pieu Aqua Nature Pore Management Blackhead Clean Off Nose Pack (full size) **September 2016** * Etude House Pink Vital Emulsion * A'pieu Milk Moist Cleansing Foam Rilakkuma Edition (full size) * Purederm Hydro Soothing Cucumber Pads (full size) * Medicox Prodigy Masque Rejuvinating Masque * A'pieu My Little Mascara (full size?) **August 2016** * Etude House AC Clean Up Pink Powder Mask * Mizon Water Full Aqua Gel Cream (full size) * Sally's Box Love Recipe Mask in Pomegranate * Shiseido Super Mild Conditioner * Etude House Styling Twist Eyeliner (full size) **July 2016** * Rosette Peeling Gel (full size) * SK-II Facial Treatment Cleansing Gel (3 foils) * Skinfood Royal Honey Treatment Serum * Yadah Silky Fit Concealer BB Sensitive Skin SPF 34 PA++ * A.C. Care Essence Korean Edition Mask **June 2016** * Sulwhasoo Essential Renewing Eye Cream (3 foils) * Boutique Bebe Hair Salon Vita Clinc Ampuole * LALA Cynical Rabbit Long Lasting Sun Cream (full size) * Skin79 Strawberry Girl Fruit Mask * Tony Moly Delight Circle Lens Mascara (full size) **May 2016** * Sulwhasoo Essential Firming Cream * The Face Shop Air Cotton Makeup Base (full size) * Skinfood Flower Top Coat (full size) * Goodal Daffodil Moisture Sheet Mask * Skin1004 Zombie Pack
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    Marshall O'Connell
    I love my gin and Tonic with cucumber and lemon peel, it has a more concentrated smell and flavor and doesn't use a lot of space. Also when I'm at home I try to add some sliced strawberries, star anise and cardamom with the lemon and cucumber peel.
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    Liana Schoen
    Breakfast: N/A (didn't eat) Lunch: N/A (didn't eat) Dinner: N/A (didn't eat) Snacks: 100g cucumber w peel (15), 1 tsp stevia (0), handful of salad (10) Drinks: sugar free lucozade zero orange (40) Total: 65 calories
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    Whitney White
    I wouldn't say so much easier. He still has to be careful to not cut completely through the cucumber and ruin the peel by rolling and cutting at the same time. The cutout just helps to guarantee a maximum thickness of said peel.
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    Vincenzo Cummerata
    When I worked with could peel a cucumber by hand gives nicer looking pasta without the bike. Ohh, I see a bunch of the shave. I've been told to use such a way almost exactly like how you get home later.
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    Bo Kautzer
    on the rare occasion that i want to be fancy sapphire & tonic with lemon peel and cucumber is my shit ~nyms
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    Garrick Littel
    miller's, lemon peel and cucumber please ~nyms
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    Bonnie McCullough
    You guys peel cucumber?
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    Lenna Rau
    **TRETINOIN ADVICE** Some tips from my personal experience with Tretinoin Microsphere. 1. Do not apply immediately after washing your face. Wait 20minutes (use a mild cleanser) 1. You may mix Tretinoin with other skin serums if you are experiencing sensitivity. 1. Try to use the Tretinoin every night even if you need to dilute it. Using it daily helps you to acclimate better and faster to it. If i stop for a week, it takes me a couple of weeks to get acclimatised to Tretinoin again. 1. Apply a pea size of Tretinoin to your forehead , cheeks, nose & chin. You may want to avoid applying to sensitive areas like the corners of your mouth, eyes and nose. 1. After applying tretinoin, practise wait time of 20min-1 hour before applying your other serums/moisturisers for maximum benefits from Tretinoin. 1. When reintroducing Tretinoin into your routine after a long break or perhaps for the Tretinoin virgins, use your AHA/BHA in the day and Tretinoin at night. If you use both together, it may be too irritating for the skin. 1. The Gel is more powerful than the cream versions. 1. Retinol could give you a red, rosy hue to the skin as Retinoic acid increases capillary aborisation in the dermis. You may want to get a colour correcting primer to use before you apply your foundation. It could either be green/yellow based. 1. For a more aggressive approach, you could apply Tretinoin in the day as well but you would have to minimise sun exposure or avoid it completely. 1. Retinol will increase your photosenstivity, so please use a mineral based sunscreen and wear a broad rim hat. Mineral based sunscreen will better block the sun harmful rays and are less likely to irritate the skin unlike sunscreen chemicals. 1. Ensure you hydrate hydrate hydrate. - Basically you just pile it on your moisturiser. I was using multiple serums and multiple creams and finished off with an occlusive every night... while your skin is adjusting to Tretinoin, the acid mantle may be broken and you'll suffer from TEWL big time... - In the day... get a mist.. and topup... good over makeup/sunscreen. Perhaps you can use a silcone primer as a kind of occlusive to prevent TEWL. Make sure you topup your sunscreen as Tretinoin makes you uber sun sensitive! 1. Finish the routine with an occlusive if necessary. *** [Transepidermal Water Loss \(TEWL\)](http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-32109-2_32) *** **MOISTURE UP - best advice for tretinoin users** With moisturisers.. make sure you use all 3 types. This youtube video can explain a lil http://youtu.be/QdNPiW4ZULk * Occlusives - you want only 1 layer, this is used LAST * Emollients - creams, ointments, lotions and gels. * Humectants - as many layers as possible, water based. YMMV of course. *** Basically i divide it into 3 categories since the above 3 categories can sometimes overlap * Water based * Non Water based including oils and butters * Occlusive **Tips** * You want lots and lots of water based moisturisers that are skin identical, water-binding, humectants. * Limit the oil based ingredients to 1 not too oily. * Unlimited from the water based category. * Use the Occlusive last and a thin layer will suffice. *** #**Ingredients to look out for include:** **Water based** My personal fave are Sodium Hyaluronate and Sodium PCA (similar to Hyaluronic Acid) Water binding agents / NMF Natural moisturising factors * Hyaluronic Acid (HA) * Centella asiatica (Gotu Kola) * Ceramides * DMAE Dimethylaminoethanol / DMAE Bitartrate * Genistein * Beta Glucan * Glycerin * Ceramides * Lecithin * Polysaccharides * Hyaluronic Acid * Sodim Hyaluronate * Sodium PCA * Collagen * Elastin * Proteins * Amino Acid * Cholesterol * Glucose * Sucrose * Fructose * Glycogen * Phospholipids * Glycosphingolipids * Glycosaminoglycan * Allantoin helps to improve the water content of the epidermis * Panthenol Vitamin B5 *** **Oil based:** Add a facial oil but no more than 1 as you don't want to get too oily * i noticed a lot of people using rosehip oil. I don't think it is a good option as rosehip contains betacarotene and perhaps trace amounts of trans-retinoic acid. If you are using Tretinoin, you don't need any more vitamin A. * Perhaps choose a different facial oil that is more suitable for your skin type. * Plenty of Oleic acid for dry skin types and * Lots of Linoleic Acid for oily/acne prone skin as the skin is deficient in that Omega 6 fatty acid. * Check out [Gothamista's guide to facial oils](https://youtu.be/R1TZwTDlzw4) *** **Occlusives** Vaseline has the highest occlusive factor but i prefer the more natural versions instead of petroleum based alternatives. * Natural versions * Squalane / Squalene * Lecithin * Cocoa butter, Mango and Shea butter: Careful only Shea butter is non comedogenic * Coconut oil - comedogenic rating 4 * Beeswax is a wonderful occlusive ingredient, especially for dry, chapped lip * Lanolin -It is a wax not fat secreted by sebaceous glands of wool-bearing animals. Used for its protective and barrier properties. * Petroleum by products * Mineral Oil * Isoparaffin * Polybutene * Synthetic petrolchemical derived ingredients (they give a long term occlusion of the skin, prevents the skin from recognising the need to repair iteself) * Silicone * Methicone * Dimethicone * Cyclohexasiloxane * many other silicone derivatives (most ending with "cone") *** **Skin Soothing ingredients** When you start peeling, this will help the skin reduce inflammation and heal. * Manuka Honey * Gotu Kola / Centella asiatica/ Madecassoside/ Madecassic acid * Allantonin * Calendula * Bisabolol / Camomile * Cucumber * Aloe Vera * Licorice Root * Oatmeal * Beta-Glucan * Zinc oxide (used in baby diaper rash creams too) * Snail *** **Healing ingredients to include** Use this to accelerate healing from the "Tret face" * Copper peptides * EGF/ DNA repair *** i've included the ingredients mainly so you can YMMV and get something available locally. If you like the products I use. I'll continue that on another comment.
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    Roslyn Koss
    For your perusal, every sample that I received from birchbox: Month|Sample Name|Product Type|Full Size|Full Size Cost|Sample Size Volume|Sample Size Cost|Sample % of Full| Opinion ---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|--- November 2015.1 | LOC One & Done Shadow Stick Trio - Lights Out | Eyes | 3 shadows | $25.00 | full size | $10.00 | 40% | LOVED November 2015.1 | amika Perk Up Dry Shampoo - 5.3 oz | Hair | 5.3 oz | $24.00 | .75 oz | $3.50 | 15% | LOVED November 2015.1 | Davines This Is a Relaxing Moisturizing Fluid | Hair | 125 ml | $26.00 | 50 ml / 1.69 fl oz | $10.40 | 40% | DISLIKED November 2015.1 | BioRepublic Skincare Cucumber Breeze Soothing Fiber Mask Set | Skincare | 3 masks | $14.95 | 1 mask | $4.98 | 33% | HATED November 2015.1 | theBalm® cosmetics Balm Desert® Bronzer/Blush | Cheeks | .225 oz | $21.00 | 0.028 oz | $2.61 | 12% | LIKED November 2015.2 | LOC One & Done Shadow Stick Trio - Rise & Shine | Eyes | 3 shadows | $25.00 | full size | $10.00 | 40% | LOVED November 2015.2 | Harvey Prince Hello - 50 ml | Perfume | 50 ml | $57.00 | 1.5 ml | $2.00 | 4% | HATED November 2015.2 | amika Nourishing Mask - 250 ml | Hair | 250 ml | $28.00 | 20ml / .7fl oz | $2.24 | 8% | DISLIKED November 2015.2 | MAKE Face Gloss | Base | .40oz/11.4g | $25.00 | .1 oz / 3ml | $6.25 | 25% | HATED November 2015.2 | Dr. Jart+ Ceramidin Cream | Skincare | 50 ml/1.6 oz | $48.00 | ??? .5ml | $4.80 | 10% | LOVED December 2015 | Beauty Protector Protect & Detangle | Hair | 8 oz | $21.95 | | $3.00 | 14% | DISLIKED December 2015 | Coastal Scents® styleEYES Palette | Eyes | .448oz-8 colors | $12.00 | 2 colors | $2.00 | 17% | MEH December 2015 | Catherine Malandrino Romance de Provence Eau de Parfum - 1.7 oz. | Perfume | 1.7 oz | $80.00 | | $4.40 | 6% | HATED December 2015 | The Beauty Crop Lighting Crew Highlighting Cream | Base | .34 oz | $18.00 | full size | $18.00 | 100% | MEH December 2015 | Soap & Paper Factory Shea Butter Hand Cream | Body | 2.3 oz | $18.00 | 15 ml | $4.00 | 22% | MEH January 2016 | TONYMOLY Delight Tony Tint | Lips | 8.3 ml | $6.00 | 1.5 ml | $1.00 | 17% | HATED January 2016 | IPKN Flash Cream Radiant Primer | Base | 1.35oz/40ml | $28.00 | 7 ml | $4.90 | 18% | LIKED January 2016 | RE:P Bio Fresh Mask with Real Calming Herb | Skincare | 130 g | $41.00 | .7 0z | $6.30 | 15% | LOVED January 2016 | Manefit Beauty Planner Cucumber | Skincare | 5 sheets | $10.00 | 1 sheet | $2.00 | 20% | HATED January 2016 | Goodal Waterest First Essence | Skincare | 150 ml | $30.00 | 6 ml | $1.20 | 4% | HATED January 2016 | Goodal Phytowash Yerba Mate Bubble Peeling | Skincare | 50 ml | $33.00 | 5 ml | $3.30 | 10% | LOVED January 2016 | Goodal Phytowash Yerba Mate Clensing Foam | Skincare | 150 ml | $20.00 | 5 ml | $0.70 | 4% | LOVED February 2016 | ARROW BOOST Color Enhancing Lip Balm | Lips | .14 oz | $14.00 | .14 oz | $14.00 | 100% | LOVED February 2016 | Color Club® That’s My Jam | Nails | .5 oz | $8.50 | full size | $8.50 | 100% | LIKED February 2016 | Obliphica Professional Seaberry Serum – Medium to Coarse | Hair | 65 ml | $38.00 | .5 oz | $8.64 | 23% | DISLIKED February 2016 | Whish Revitalizing Cleansing Oil | Skincare | 3.4 oz | $30.00 | 15 ml | $4.50 | 15% | HATED February 2016 | Not Soap, Radio Body Wash | Body | 13.2oz/398ml | $16.00 | 1.1 oz | $1.30 | 8% | MEH Bonus Box | LOC One & Done Shadow Stick Trio - Lights Out | Eyes | 3 shadows | $25.00 | full size | $10.00 | 40% | LOVED Bonus Box | Davines This Is a Relaxing Moisturizing Fluid | Hair | 125 ml | $26.00 | 50 ml / 1.69 fl oz | $10.40 | 40% | DISLIKED Bonus Box | Dr. Jart Water Replenishment mask | Skincare | 1 mask | $7.50 | 1 sheet | $7.50 | 100% | LIKED Bonus Box | Ayres Body Polish | Body | 6.75 oz | $25.00 | 1 oz | $3.70 | 15% | LIKED Bonus Box | The Balm Frat Boy Blush | Cheeks | 8.5g/ 0.3oz | $21.00 | 0.028 g | $2.61 | 12% | LIKED March 2016 | Zoey Van Jones Tinted Brow Gel | Eyes | .23oz/6ml | $14.00 | .1oz/3g | $6.01 | 43% | LIKED March 2016 | Cartier Eau De Cartier Eau de Toilette Spray | Perfume | 1.7 fl oz | $67.00 | 1.5 ml | $2.01 | 3% | HATED March 2016 | Living Proof Perfect Hair Day Fresh Cut | Hair | 3.4oz/100ml | $24.00 | 1oz/30ml | $7.06 | 29% | DISLIKED March 2016 | Benefit They're Real! Tinted Lash Primer | Eyes | .3oz / 8.5g | $24.00 | .1oz/ 3g | $8.00 | 33% | LIKED March 2016 | Dr. Lipp Miracle Balm | Lips | .507oz/15ml | $16.50 | .1oz/3ml | $3.30 | 20% | DISLIKED March 2016 | Benefit the POREfessional: Matte Rescue Invisible-Finish Mattifying Gel | Skincare | 1.6oz/47.3 ml | $28.00 | 0.01oz/.5ml | $0.29 | 1% | LIKED April 2016 | Briogeo Don't Despair, Repair! Deep Conditioning Mask | Hair | 8oz | $36.00 | 1oz | $4.50 | 13% | MEH April 2016 | Supergoop!® Daily Correct CC Cream ​SPF | Base | 47ml/1.6oz | $32.00 | 3ml | $2.04 | 6% | MEH April 2016 | Vasanti® BrightenUp! Enzymatic Face Rejuvenator | Skincare | 4.23oz/120g | $34.00 | 20g | $5.67 | 17% | DISLIKED April 2016 | Whish Shave Crave Shaving Cream | Body | 150 ml | $16.00 | .75 oz | $2.37 | 15% | HATED April 2016 | The Beauty Crop PBJ Smoothie Stick | Lips | .009 oz | $14.95 | full size | $14.95 | 100% | LIKED May 2016 | Real Chemistry Luminous 3-Minute Peel - Body | Body | 5.5oz | $34.00 | .5oz | $3.09 | 9% | LIKED May 2016 | ModelCo Lip Laquer Trio | Lips | 3x15ml | $16.00 | 15ml | $5.33 | 33% | HATED May 2016 | Supergoop!® Everyday SPF 50 with Cellular Response Technology | Skincare | 18oz | $48.00 | .34oz | $0.91 | 2% | LIKED May 2016 | W3LL PEOPLE Bio Correct Multi-Action Concealer | Base | 7.4ml | $22.50 | 4ml | $12.16 | 54% | LIKED May 2016 | PARLOR® by Jeff Chastain Moisturizing Sea Salt Spray | Hair | 4.9oz | $24.00 | 1oz | $4.90 | 20% | DISLIKED June 2016 | Balance Me Congested Skin Serum | Skincare | 15ml | $30.00 | 6ml | $12.00 | 40% | DISLIKED June 2016 | Lavanila The Healthy Sunscreen Sport Luxe SPF 30 | Skincare | 2.5oz | $22.00 | .25oz | $2.20 | 10% | MEH June 2016 | Laura Geller New York Baked Gelato Swirl Illuminator | Cheeks | .16oz | $26.00 | .04oz | $6.50 | 25% | LIKED June 2016 | Marcelle BB Cream Golden GLow | Base | 1.6oz | $28.00 | .24oz | $4.20 | 15% | MEH June 2016 | Benefit Gimme Brow Volumizing Fiber Gel | Eyes | 3g | $24.00 | 1.0 g | $8.00 | 33% | DISLIKED July 2016 | dr brandt pore dermabrasion | Skincare | 60ml | $58.00 | .25oz | $6.96 | 12% | LIKED July 2016 | Tocca eau de parfum - bianca | Perfume | 1.7oz | $68.00 | 1.5ml | $2.04 | 3% | DISLIKED July 2016 | Marcelle xtension lash plus mascara | Eyes | .28oz | $14.00 | .15oz | $7.50 | 54% | MEH July 2016 | davines minu conditioner for color treated hair | Hair | 250ml | $29.00 | 12ml | $1.39 | 5% | HATED July 2016 | davines minu shampoo for color treated hair | Hair | 250ml | $25.00 | 75ml | $7.50 | 30% | HATED July 2016 | cargo blush/bronzer duo | Cheeks | 2x.31oz | $35.00 | .105oz | $5.93 | 17% | DISLIKED
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    Yolanda Halvorson
    **TRETINOIN ADVICE** Some tips from my personal experience with Tretinoin Microsphere. 1. Do not apply immediately after washing your face. Wait 20minutes (use a mild cleanser)  1. You may mix Tretinoin with other skin serums if you are experiencing sensitivity. 1. Try to use the Tretinoin every night even if you need to dilute it. Using it daily helps you to acclimate better and faster to it. If i stop for a week, it takes me a couple of weeks to get acclimatised to Tretinoin again. 1. Apply a pea size of Tretinoin to your forehead , cheeks, nose & chin. You may want to avoid applying to sensitive areas like the corners of your mouth, eyes and nose.  1. After applying tretinoin, practise wait time of 20min-1 hour before applying your other serums/moisturisers for maximum benefits from Tretinoin. 1. When reintroducing Tretinoin into your routine after a long break or perhaps for the Tretinoin virgins, use your AHA/BHA in the day and Tretinoin at night. If you use both together, it may be too irritating for the skin. 1. The Gel is more powerful than the cream versions. 1. Retinol could give you a red, rosy hue to the skin as Retinoic acid increases capillary aborisation in the dermis. You may want to get a colour correcting primer to use before you apply your foundation. It could either be green/yellow based. 1. For a more aggressive approach, you could apply Tretinoin in the day as well but you would have to minimise sun exposure or avoid it completely. 1. Retinol will increase your photosenstivity, so please use a mineral based sunscreen and wear a broad rim hat. Mineral based sunscreen will better block the sun harmful rays and are less likely to irritate the skin unlike sunscreen chemicals. 1. Ensure you hydrate hydrate hydrate. - Basically you just pile it on your moisturiser. I was using multiple serums and multiple creams and finished off with an occlusive every night... while your skin is adjusting to Tretinoin, the acid mantle may be broken and you'll suffer from TEWL big time... - In the day... get a mist.. and topup... good over makeup/sunscreen. Perhaps you can use a silcone primer as a kind of occlusive to prevent TEWL. Make sure you topup your sunscreen as Tretinoin makes you uber sun sensitive! 1. Finish the routine with an occlusive if necessary. *** **MOISTURE UP - best advice for tretinoin users** With moisturisers.. make sure you use all 3 types. This youtube video can explain a lil http://youtu.be/QdNPiW4ZULk * Occlusives - you want only 1 layer, this is used LAST * Emollients - creams, ointments, lotions and gels. * Humectants - as many layers as possible, water based. YMMV of course. *** Basically i divide it into 3 categories since the above 3 categories can sometimes overlap * Water based * Non Water based including oils and butters * Occlusive **Tips** * You want lots and lots of water based moisturisers that are skin identical, water-binding, humectants. * Limit the oil based ingredients to 1 not too oily. * Unlimited from the water based category. * Use the Occlusive last and a thin layer will suffice. *** #**Ingredients to look out for include:** **Water based** My personal fave are Sodium Hyaluronate and Sodium PCA (similar to Hyaluronic Acid) Water binding agents / NMF Natural moisturising factors * Hyaluronic Acid (HA) * Centella asiatica (Gotu Kola) * Ceramides * DMAE Dimethylaminoethanol / DMAE Bitartrate * Genistein * Beta Glucan * Glycerin * Ceramides * Lecithin * Polysaccharides * Hyaluronic Acid * Sodim Hyaluronate * Sodium PCA * Collagen * Elastin * Proteins * Amino Acid * Cholesterol * Glucose * Sucrose * Fructose * Glycogen * Phospholipids * Glycosphingolipids * Glycosaminoglycan * Allantoin helps to improve the water content of the epidermis * Panthenol Vitamin B5 *** **Oil based:** Add a facial oil but no more than 1 as you don't want to get too oily *** **Occlusives** Vaseline has the highest occlusive factor but i prefer the more natural versions instead of petroleum based alternatives. * Natural versions * Squalaene * Lecithin * Cocoa butter, Mango and Shea butter: Careful only Shea butter is non comedogenic * Coconut oil - comedogenic rating 4 * Beeswax is a wonderful occlusive ingredient, especially for dry, chapped lip * Lanolin -It is a wax not fat secreted by sebaceous glands of wool-bearing animals. Used for its protective and barrier properties. * Petroleum by products * Mineral Oil * Isoparaffin * Polybutene * Synthetic petrolchemical derived ingredients (they give a long term occlusion of the skin, prevents the skin from recognising the need to repair iteself) * Silicone * Methicone  * Dimethicone * Cyclohexasiloxane * many other silicone derivatives (most ending with "cone") *** **Skin Soothing ingredients** When you start peeling, this will help the skin reduce inflammation and heal. * Manuka Honey * Gotu Kola / Centella asiatica/ Madecassoside/ Madecassic acid * Allantonin * Calendula * Bisabolol / Camomile * Cucumber * Aloe Vera * Licorice Root * Oatmeal * Beta-Glucan * Zinc oxide (used in baby diaper rash creams too) * Snail *** **Healing ingredients to include** Use this to accelerate healing from the "Tret face" * Copper peptides * EGF/ DNA repair *** i've included the ingredients mainly so you can YMMV and get something available locally. If you like the products I use. I'll continue that on another comment.
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    Kole O'Hara
    Is it better when you peel the cucumber? Kinky!
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    Gilberto Breitenberg
    **TRETINOIN ADVICE** Some tips from my personal experience with Tretinoin Microsphere. 1. Do not apply immediately after washing your face. Wait 20minutes (use a mild cleanser)  1. You may mix Tretinoin with other skin serums if you are experiencing sensitivity. 1. Try to use the Tretinoin every night even if you need to dilute it. Using it daily helps you to acclimate better and faster to it. If i stop for a week, it takes me a couple of weeks to get acclimatised to Tretinoin again. 1. Apply a pea size of Tretinoin to your forehead , cheeks, nose & chin. You may want to avoid applying to sensitive areas like the corners of your mouth, eyes and nose.  1. After applying tretinoin, practise wait time of 20min-1 hour before applying your other serums/moisturisers for maximum benefits from Tretinoin. 1. When reintroducing Tretinoin into your routine after a long break or perhaps for the Tretinoin virgins, use your AHA/BHA in the day and Tretinoin at night. If you use both together, it may be too irritating for the skin. 1. The Gel is more powerful than the cream versions. 1. Retinol could give you a red, rosy hue to the skin as Retinoic acid increases capillary aborisation in the dermis. You may want to get a colour correcting primer to use before you apply your foundation. It could either be green/yellow based. 1. For a more aggressive approach, you could apply Tretinoin in the day as well but you would have to minimise sun exposure or avoid it completely. 1. Retinol will increase your photosenstivity, so please use a mineral based sunscreen and wear a broad rim hat. Mineral based sunscreen will better block the sun harmful rays and are less likely to irritate the skin unlike sunscreen chemicals. 1. Ensure you hydrate hydrate hydrate. - Basically you just pile it on your moisturiser. I was using multiple serums and multiple creams and finished off with an occlusive every night... while your skin is adjusting to Tretinoin, the acid mantle may be broken and you'll suffer from TEWL big time... - In the day... get a mist.. and topup... good over makeup/sunscreen. Perhaps you can use a silcone primer as a kind of occlusive to prevent TEWL. Make sure you topup your sunscreen as Tretinoin makes you uber sun sensitive! 1. Finish the routine with an occlusive if necessary. *** **MOISTURE UP - best advice for tretinoin users** With moisturisers.. make sure you use all 3 types. This youtube video can explain a lil http://youtu.be/QdNPiW4ZULk * Occlusives - you want only 1 layer, this is used LAST * Emollients - creams, ointments, lotions and gels. * Humectants - as many layers as possible, water based. YMMV of course. *** Basically i divide it into 3 categories since the above 3 categories can sometimes overlap * Water based * Non Water based including oils and butters * Occlusive **Tips** * You want lots and lots of water based moisturisers that are skin identical, water-binding, humectants. * Limit the oil based ingredients to 1 not too oily. * Unlimited from the water based category. * Use the Occlusive last and a thin layer will suffice. *** #**Ingredients to look out for include:** **Water based** My personal fave are Sodium Hyaluronate and Sodium PCA (similar to Hyaluronic Acid) Water binding agents / NMF Natural moisturising factors * Hyaluronic Acid (HA) * Centella asiatica (Gotu Kola) * Ceramides * DMAE Dimethylaminoethanol / DMAE Bitartrate * Genistein * Beta Glucan * Glycerin * Ceramides * Lecithin * Polysaccharides * Hyaluronic Acid * Sodim Hyaluronate * Sodium PCA * Collagen * Elastin * Proteins * Amino Acid * Cholesterol * Glucose * Sucrose * Fructose * Glycogen * Phospholipids * Glycosphingolipids * Glycosaminoglycan * Allantoin helps to improve the water content of the epidermis * Panthenol Vitamin B5 *** **Oil based:** Add a facial oil but no more than 1 as you don't want to get too oily *** **Occlusives** Vaseline has the highest occlusive factor but i prefer the more natural versions instead of petroleum based alternatives. * Natural versions * Squalaene * Lecithin * Cocoa butter, Mango and Shea butter: Careful only Shea butter is non comedogenic * Coconut oil - comedogenic rating 4 * Beeswax is a wonderful occlusive ingredient, especially for dry, chapped lip * Lanolin -It is a wax not fat secreted by sebaceous glands of wool-bearing animals. Used for its protective and barrier properties. * Petroleum by products * Mineral Oil * Isoparaffin * Polybutene * Synthetic petrolchemical derived ingredients (they give a long term occlusion of the skin, prevents the skin from recognising the need to repair iteself) * Silicone * Methicone  * Dimethicone * Cyclohexasiloxane * many other silicone derivatives (most ending with "cone") *** **Skin Soothing ingredients** When you start peeling, this will help the skin reduce inflammation and heal. * Manuka Honey * Gotu Kola / Centella asiatica/ Madecassoside/ Madecassic acid * Allantonin * Calendula * Bisabolol / Camomile * Cucumber * Aloe Vera * Licorice Root * Oatmeal * Beta-Glucan * Zinc oxide (used in baby diaper rash creams too) * Snail *** **Healing ingredients to include** Use this to accelerate healing from the "Tret face" * Copper peptides * EGF/ DNA repair *** i've included the ingredients mainly so you can YMMV and get something available locally. If you like the products I use. I'll continue that on another comment.
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    Trevion Jast
    TLDR: Rather than make it about trying to force more unwanted vegetables in as often as possible, tie your foods to the seasons, family traditions, the cycles of the years. Also, roast pretty much everything. Get to know what is best in each season, and try to cook within that season. Farmer's markets are nice for this, but it's easy enough to look up what's in season and when in your area. You don't get bored or too much in a rut, and you are ready to go back to your favorites a year later when things are back in season. For example, right now I am LOVING my zucchinis, my pattypan squashes, green beans, tomatoes, etc -- all the amazing summer vegetables. Pattypan squash I cook a few ways. One is to use a spiralizer (https://www.amazon.com/Paderno-World-Cuisine-A4982799-Tri-Blade/dp/B0007Y9WHQ/) to make squash noodles, then cook them on the stovetop with cherry tomatoes and sometimes a little bit of jarred tomatoes, some garlic, maybe some onions, and basil and oregano out of the garden. It's a little all-veggie pomodoro. Puuuuuure summer. Gazpacho soups are fun too. And BEETS. Pickled beets. Roasted beets. Thin-sliced beets (or spiralized beets!) on salads. Fresh carrots and red bell peppers and cucumber slices in hummus. Tomatillo anything. SO GOOD. Then come fall it gets really intense. Butternut squash is one of the best foods known to mankind. Roast it. (I hate peeling it, so I buy it cut up at the store. Lazy. Works fine to buy frozen cut butternut, too.) Roast it and then eat it plain, or make a butternut squash soup. Into this soup you can put so many other veggies! Sweet potatoes and/or carrots (roasted!) fit right in. Tiny red peppers are great on top. Or, hot peppers. Or cinnamon. It's delicious with coconut milk ... I can't have dairy, but this creamy soup is the most amazing thing about fall. Acorn squash roasted with butter and brown sugar. Sweet potato casserole. Baked potatoes with bbq brisket on them. The last avocados of the year - in guac, on labor day burgers, enjoy the last fresh avocados because it'll be awhile before they're back in season and damn they are amazing. Roasted broccoli and roasted cauliflower with garlic (higher temperatures, olive oil, garlic, spicy mustards - keep it simple with the brassicas, and oh my GOD are they amazing). Somebody mentioned brussels sprouts in butter. That's really good. Even better, in BACON grease. High heat less time is key, little garlic salt on there, so GOOD. In the winter I'm still eating squashes, but now I have ginger and mace and cinnamon on them rather than peppers. Chicken soups using whatever is available. I use a lot of frozen vegetables in the winter -- frozen corn and green beans, frozen sweet potato chunks - easy things to pop right into a soup or a roasting pan or a chili. You HAVE had sweet potato chili, yes? You should. Gray winter Saturdays require sweet potato chili. Lots of canned tomato things happen in winter. Pastas (or spaghetti squash instead of spaghetti) and mushroom or meat sauce. Shepherd's pie. Lots of meat-and-hearty-veggie things happening. Kale, if you're into kale! (I keep trying. I can't get into kale. But I hear other people really like kale!) And then eventually it is spring again. ASPARAGUS!! PEAS!! It's been MONTHS since we had fresh, crispy, bright green snow peas! Lettuce! Spinach! Bok choi! Green onions everywhere! I left out fruits because you said veggies, but there are just as many fruits to get excited about in each season, and some play really well with the veggies or make a nice break. I'm sure you've seen fancy apricot and sweet-onion pizzas, for example. Cherries and cranberries define their respective seasons. Homemade applesauce in the fall after pumpkin picking. Fresh fruits are amazing. We tend to eat pork-beef-chicken-sometimes-fish year-round here in the US, but switching up how we prepare them based on what fruits and veggies are at their peak is a great way to keep everything interesting all year round.
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    Marion Runolfsdottir
    It was Cucumber the first; summer was over. I had just spinached a long day and I was busheled. I'm the kinda guy that works hard for his celery and I don't mind telling you I was feeling a bit wilted. But I didn't carrot all. 'Cause, otherwise, things were vine. I try never to disparagus and I _don't_ sweat the truffles. I'm outstanding in my field and I know something good will turnip eventually. A bunch of things were going grape, and soon, I'd be top banana. At least, that's my peeling. But that's enough corn; lend me your ear and lettuce continue: After dressing, I stalked on over to the grain station. I got there just in lime to catch the nine-elemon as it plowed toward the core of Appleton, a lentil more than a melon-and-a-half Yeast of Cloveland. CHORUS Life in the slaw lane. They say plants can't feel no pain. Life in the slaw lane. I've got news for you: They're just as frail as you. No one got off at Zucchini, so we continued on a rotaBega. Passing my usual stop, I got avoCado. I hailed a passing Yellow Cabbage and told the driver to cart me off to Broccolyn. I was going to meet my brother across from the eggplant where he had a job at the Saffron station pumpkin gas. As soon as I saw his face, I knew he was in a yam. He told me his wife had been raisin cane. Her name was Peaches: a soiled but radishing beauty with HUGE goards. My brother had always been a chestnut, but I could neve figured out why she picked him. He was a skinny little string bean who had always suffered from cerebral parsley. It was in our roots. Sure, we had tried to weed it out, but the problem still romained. He was used to having a tough row to how, but it irrigated me to see Artichoke, and it bothered my brother to see his marriage going to seed. CHORUS Like most mapled couples, they had a lot of grilling to do. Sure, they'd sown their wild oats, but just barley if you peas. Finally, Peaches had given him an ultomato. She said, "I'm hip to your chive, and you don't stop smoking that herb, I'm gonna leaf ya for Basil, ya fruit!" He said he didn't realize it had kumquat so far. Onion other hand, even though Peaches could be the pits, I knew she'd never call the fuzz. CHORUS So I said, "Hay, we're not farm from the Mushroom! Let's walk over." He said, "That's a very rice place. That's the same little bar where alfalfa my wife!" When we got there, I pulled up a cherry and tried to produce small talk. I told him I haven't seen Olive; not since I shelled off for a trip to Macadamia when I told her, "We cantaloupe." The time just wasn't ripe. She knew what I mint. When we left the Mushroom, we were pretty well-juiced. I told Arti to say hello to the boysenBerry and that I'd orange to see him another thyme. Well, it all came out in the morning peppers: Arti caught Peaches that night with Basil, and Arti beat Basil bad, leaving him with two beautiful acres. Peaches? She was found in the garden; she'd been pruned. CHORUS Well, my little story is okra now. Maybe it's small potatoes. Me? Idaho. My name? Wheat. My friends call me "Kernel". And that's life in the slaw lane. Thank you so mulch.
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    Thora Swift
    I'm not from Chicago, but I became a Cubs fan in Texas when I was 8 years old (1980). How? I befriended a boy because we shared the same birthday, from a more affluent family, and his family got cable TV that year, and was the first person I knew with cable TV. His dad was t-ball coach (and later my little league coach). That summer, we watched weekday Cubs games when it was too hot to play outside in Texas heat, 'cause of WGN. I was fascinated by these "bleacher bums". Couple of years later, my paternal grandmother (a die hard Texas Longhorn baseball fan), told me to pick a baseball team to follow my entire life, and she'd buy me a fitted hat of that team for my birthday (I still have the hat). She said don't just pick the Rangers because they are the home team. I remembered the bleacher bums. And I thought the Cubs having a C for my initial, so that cemented the next 34 years of my agony, suffering, and depression as a fan of the lovable losers. In college, twice a summer, I'd load up a car full of friends and we'd drive from Austin to Houston, just so I could watch the Cubs play in person. I moved to Chicago in '98, out of my love for the Cubs. The very first thing I bought with the first real paycheck on my first real job here was a Cubs jersey, I'd always wanted one I was planning on going to Wrigley last night, right after work, to watch the game. The weather forecast with rain changed me to watch from home. Part of me was relieved, as I'd finally converted my wife to baseball this year (she's Chicago native, but raised on football), and I really wanted to take this in with her. But I told her if the rain stopped, and we are clearly up at end of 5th, I'm heading to Wrigley. Bottom of 5th, I threw on my thermals, laced up the boots, and got ready to head out. But then the lead diminished. And there was no way in hell I was peeling my eyes off that TV as a baseball nut. And over the next 2 hours, I watched my wife, the non Cubs fan and non baseball fan, go through every emotion I'd experienced in the last 36 years of my Cubs fandom, to the point she was a neurotic mess. Some how, honestly, I stayed cool as a cucumber, texting with old friends in other cities who had watched Cubs games in person with me. But I'd had decades of suffering under my belt. And then it happened. And I'm man enough to admit I teared up big time. And before I knew it, my wife was leading me outside. I moved here right after the last Bulls championship, but I'd heard the stories. She said you have no idea what you are about to witness. I felt dazed, in a fog. We walked down to Irving Park, I in a Cubs jersey. Strangers came up to hug me. High 5's given to passing cars. I lost my voice shouting. I laughed, and felt like I was in a dream. And did this until almost 2am. Doormat of the national league no more. Today we went all the way. Congrats Cubs (and Indians, you should be very proud), and thank you. I'm wearing a huge smile today. So proud of the Cubs. I love this game with all my heart, but it's a cruel, unforgiving game. But not today in Cubdom.
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    Anjali Franecki
    With bonus cat ears: http://imgur.com/CiljiOA EMPTIES! * **Batiste Dry Shampoo- Clean and Fresh** I love this stuff and ordered two more bottles with my Ulta coupon since I’m now devoted. * **Casa Natura Argan Oil and Shea Butter Lavender Sage body wash** Just from a cheap set at Marshall’s, trying to use these up. It’s pretty nicely scented and moisturizing, but the way it just pours a ton of product out ultra fast is ridiculous. * **Dermalogica Eye Make-Up Remover** Wow, this was a long time coming! I love this; it’s so moisturizing and took everything off so well. Now I’m using micellar water, which is fine but definitely a step down. =/ * **Studio 35 Beauty Cotton Squares 200 count** I ate these. Just kidding. * **Tarte Drink of h2o Hydrating Boost deluxe sample** That moisturizer you get in the $10 try it pack at Sephora. Just awful! It smells nice, that’s all it has. It’s heavily fragranced and offers no hydration. I used it as my neck moisturizer since my face hated it, and it worked well enough for that. MASKS * The last of the Dermals, yay! I saved snail and cucumber for last, and they were some of the best. Still, even the cheap price you can find better at this price point. * Another Malie Pearl mask from my pack. Still getting through them! * **Tony Moly I’m Real in Seaweed** Holy moly I love this. My fave of this line by far; especially compared to Dermal, the essence is so rich and lotiony. I know it’s a trendy brand/product, but my parched skin loves these things. I got a cheap pack online, and I still can’t believe (well, I can) that Ulta charges $4 each for these. SMALL SAMPLE, ETC * **Etude House Moistfull Deep Cream** Some people are snobby about EH’s skincare, but so far I’ve had a lot of luck with their Moistfull line. Thick, smells lovely and super moisturizing. * **Isa Knox X2D2 Original Hydra Emulsion** I got this from a local shop in Chinatown as a sample. I’m not remotely familiar with the brand, but this was an ultra thick emulsion that I liked quite a bit. I have one more sample of this, and I think I’ll save it for when I’m testing a a thinner essence. * **Luke Charcoal nose strips** I know!! I’m just using the ones I got for free up, but I don’t buy nose strips anymore. I only have one left. I’ll be good, promise. * **Neulii Teatree BHA serum and AHA Vita Brightening serums** I don’t have sensitivity to BHA or AHA, so I base this on effectiveness. So far, these are pretty nice- not as strong as Paula’s Choice more concentrated stuff, obviously- but it’s a nice way to get a shot of actives in a serumy moisture delivery system. I think if you can handle these chemicals but you’re slightly sensitive to them, these might be good to try since they aren’t too strong. I have 4 more of each and started on the next ones, and with the grits that are coming out and no peeling- my skin is a happy campy! * **Paula’s Choice Resist Retinol sample** Still love this stuff; I’m just struggling to figure out how to best fit this into my routine.
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    Adelle Haag
    I've found that thin slices just like to stick to the side of a knife. Grantons don't seem to do anything to get them to fall off. Even convex sides don't shed thin millimeter slices of cucumber all that well because a thin slice tends to be flexible enough to follow the side of a knife and stick. Thick slices of stiffer materials, like potato, can't conform to convex sides so they fall all, but thin slices or brunoise particles can hang on around the gentle curve. About the only thing that works to shed thin slices is either a narrow knife or a heavily bevel sided knife. The asymetrical profile of a deba, yanagiba, or a usuba are pretty good at shedding thin slices of stuff with a diameter larger than an inch. The small radius of transition from bevel to straight side of some Japanese knives is really good at shedding slices. Really good because the slices can't conform to such a tight radius of curvature so they peel off more easily. They'll stick to the lower bevel face, but if they have some considerable area above the transition to straight side, they'll peel off. Such aggressive bevels can only be practically done on thickish knives with asymetrical profiles, and they're really only good on thin cutting. If they were used on very thick cuts, the asymetrical profile would result in a cut that tends to go diagonal. You'd have to roll the knife a bit to get them to track perpendicularly in the middle of thick material. It's a bit funny. If you want to cut squarely in the middle of a thing (or thick slices) you need a symmetrical knife. If you want to peel off a thin slice that is floppy, you need an asymetrical knife held squarely or hold your symmetrical knife slightly rolled into the material. Generally I don't care about square cutting so I let things get a bit crooked and make parallel slices that are thin with my symmetrical knife. Thin symmetrical knives do well for cutting thick slices because they don't wedge the cut open very much (being thin) and they track squarely (being symmetical). Near the end of food cutting thin slices, they work great! The slice you're peeling off is thin and supple. It gets out of the way of the knife, failing to push back on the knife, so the asymmetrical grind helps you cut squarely. I haven't had the chance to try hammered finishes yet. I've got this sad Ikea knife that has a VG10 center layer. I never use it because I hate the balance on it and it's longer than I generally need. I've been skiving it up with a Foredom rotary tool to see if a pattern of sharp grooves could finally get me the shedding performance I want. It's damn ugly now, and it only kind of works for shedding. I don't know why I bother. Very good knife makers have been at it for centuries. I doubt I'm going to find anything really good, but it's fun still.
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    Freddy O'Hara
    Omg I love moisturizers (I have eczema and extremely dry skin) so I think I can suggest a couple that all work for me (they're not all AB thought but I think they're worth mentioning): Spray: -Timeless Skincare's HA Spray: this stuff is so light and it honestly smells so refreshing. I tend to avoid scented products because of my eczema and as a personal preference but this stuff is so natural because it actually smells like a real life fresh cucumber! Its star ingredients are hyaluronic acid, matrixyl 3000, and cucumber extract. Love this stuff. Serums: -Timeless Skincare's Hyaluronic Acid Serum 100% Pure: this stuff is awesome because it's so cheap! It's made of 1% hyaluronic acid which is a lot more than what you would find on the market these days. It feels pretty good and I love how they keep the ingredients list so simple. -Shark Sauce: this stuff surprisingly keeps me from drying up too much; was not expecting that haha -Benton Snail Bee High Content Essence: I like how light and gentle it is. It was amazing to me when I accidentally chemically overexfoliated once and it was one of the few products that didn't burn when my skin was sensitive Moisturizers: -CeraVe Facial Moisturizing Lotion: honestly I love this stuff so much. It's light and absorbs easily and it makes my skin feel like fine velvet. I usually mix it with a couple drops of Paula's Choice 10% Niacinamide Booster. Occlusives & Oils: -CosRx Advanced Snail Mucin Power Essence: this is the best for me when I'm basically snowing skin as a result of my eczema or when I first started using tretinoin. It kept me from peeling and it honestly made me feel confident enough to go outside without worrying that my skin was falling off haha. I usually mix it with Holy Snail's Perseids Oil and it does an amazing job at keeping my skin hydrated. -Holy Snails's El Dorado: I use this stuff in then morning when I don't have time for layering on the CosRx Snail Mucin + Perseids Oil. It takes a while to absorb but once it does, my skin feels so smooth and it's a great base for smooth sunscreen application. I also don't flake pretty much for the next 6-8 hours so it's a great product! -CosRx Advanced Snail 92 All in One Cream: I hate jar products so I made the effort to decant these into airless pump bottles. It works very well and I use it as my last overnight occlusive. I usually wear a reusable silicone mask (the ones that are usually used for sheet masks) on top of it to keep in the moisture and my skin will be crazy smooth and hydrated the next day. Even when I used tretinoin! Hope these suggestions help! 😄
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    Audie Lind
    A part of the cattail is edible throughout the year. The tops are good in the spring. For this time you'll have to go for the lower stem near the water. Peel back the outer shell and the insides taste like cucumber!
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    Lonnie Skiles
    That's exactly what I thought, he had all the peel cut off and kept going, like calm down dude you're done. On the other hand I'm assuming he has plans for that cucumber slice thing.
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    Felipe Schaefer
    Yep. Peel the cucumber, slice it, put it in a bowl and squeeze lime over it. Ranch works too. sometimes add an avocado. It's pretty healthy and light.
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    Alexis Kohler
    Yado = ___ ___ The unnaturally purple haired *groovester* took one fair look from behind his rose tinted lenses at the oozing mess between two soggy slices of bread, and then to Toichi. And then back to the meal, and then back again to Toichi. Resounding toward the boy in his deeply smooth and most usual tone he spoke. *"Why don'tcha take a seat kid, we can chat while I munch huh?"* It might have been something to stall time, before he had to put that. . . Interesting handiwork of the waiter's into his mouth. In fact, could the cool cat maybe even have lost some bit of composure? Nah, course not, cool as a cucumber, or pickle as it would be today. With a gulp, most probably audible, and a half-smile, Omori placed either hands right upon the leaking sandwich, where it remained for perhaps a bit too long. The oncoming gaze of expectation from the young teen only forcing his hands to bring it closer and closer to the lips. Beads of sweat formed upon the brow, but finally, like peeling off a band-aid, the dude tore through half in a bite. Examining the flavors as he always had. *'Whole-wheat bread, it's my favorite most honestly, something about the thick texture and it's filling form in comparison to other types. However, this bread in particular is soggy, what's it wet with? There's a sliminess that's coupling with a second texture, something sweet and another sour.'* *'What a bite, man oh man, never can I say I thought to combine a pickle and jelly, the latter of which ain't even spread about, just two big dollops. And the former? What more can I say other than it's crunch is dominating the dish, afterall, the kid put a whole damn pickle straight from a jar it must'a been right 'tween everything.'* *'There's something else, floppy, and entirely unfitting. Slices of ham, they seem like an afterthought, I bet the words through his head were something like, what's a sandwich without meat? Well. . . It's certainly him.'* ___ FLAVOR: 2/10 PRESENTATION: 3/10 CREATIVITY: 5/10 ___ After forcing that mouthful of interesting ingredients down his gullet, the groovy dude placed it back upon the sodden plate, and took a great swig of that black stuff. Washing it right on further down. He adjusted the bow-tie, gazing back at Toichi for a moment, a tense moment. One that was broken with a great smile and a thumbs-up from the man. *"That was the best damn sandwich I've ever tasted in my entire life! In fact, kid, I want you to make that one every single day that I come here, can ya do it for me, huh?"*
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    Brendon Heathcote
    Videos in this thread: [Watch Playlist ▶](http://subtletv.com/_r4tlgvq?feature=playlist) VIDEO|COMMENT -|- [Fast Precise Cutting Skills Using One of The World's Sharpest Knife - How To Make Sushi Series](https://youtube.com/watch?v=RjWkO9A-Ckk&t=142s)|[4](https://reddit.com/r/oddlysatisfying/comments/4tlgvq/_/d5ieby8?context=10#d5ieby8) - Here is peeling a cucumber without a cheater groove. [How to Cut Cucumber for Sushi](https://youtube.com/watch?v=g84uQpYunr0&t=69s)|[2](https://reddit.com/r/oddlysatisfying/comments/4tlgvq/_/d5iflfq?context=10#d5iflfq) - really? I always just peel only the skin, then chop the meat off into long chunks, then chop the chunks into long thin pieces. Why are you using the meat "peeled" instead of in rectangles? I cut them like this: (1) [A fast way to peel a cucumber](https://youtube.com/watch?v=TVSUS2wmzjM) (2) [How to Make A California Sushi Roll : Peeling Cucumbers For California Sushi Rolls](https://youtube.com/watch?v=uZ7G0kLATos&t=62s)|[1](https://reddit.com/r/oddlysatisfying/comments/4tlgvq/_/d5igrdz?context=10#d5igrdz) - good to know. So the benefit is speed once you're proficient? do you just peel it in hand like this guy does? I think this is how I'm gonna try it on a towel since I have that and not a fancy board. I'm assuming you just use a sharp straight blade ... [Great Ketchup Robot makes a huge mess](https://youtube.com/watch?v=G2PJdmG2ICA)|[1](https://reddit.com/r/oddlysatisfying/comments/4tlgvq/_/d5idcov?context=10#d5idcov) - I'm a bot working hard to help Redditors find related videos to watch. *** [Info](https://np.reddit.com/r/SubtleTV/wiki/mentioned_videos) | Get it on [Chrome](https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/mentioned-videos-for-redd/fiimkmdalmgffhibfdjnhljpnigcmohf) / [Firefox](https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/mentioned-videos-for-reddit)
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    Christophe Kunde
    April was a good month for empties! [(p)](http://imgur.com/jdAAzEx) Since there was a lot of stuff and the mayority of them were not really exciting (at least for me), I decided to say my highlights and fails for this month, but if you want my opinion on anything else, feel free to ask :) My HIghlights! * **Lush Bubblegum Lip Scrub:** I liked this so much and I miss it. I have another flavor (the cherry cola one, I like the bubblegum one better) but it's really dry compared to this one so it's harder to work with. * **Nails Inc Caviar Topcoat:** My favorite topcoat! It dries your nail polish really quickly and it doesn't look as weird if you missed a spot like the Seche Vite one. Also it doesn't get gloopy mid-bottle. The downsize? the prize * **Andalou Get Started Brightening Kit (ds):** I liked pretty much everything but the night cream. It was ok, but not moisturizing enough for a night cream. My favorite product was the renewal cream (still got a bit left). The toner (forgot to included on the pic) smelled divine but sometimes it stinged a little bit. Fails for this month: * **Mario Badescu Special Cucumber Lotion (s):** It's a good toner but the smell was really powdery for me and I don't mind a powdery scent. Also it kinda freaked me out that it stained the cotton pad a dark yellow when it dried. * **Dr. Brandt Pores No More Poresolution:** Meh, I didn't see any changes at all, and the smell was not pleasant (very chemical). Got this at Marshall's so it's probably discontinued and with good reason. * **Spalife Aloe Lip Mask (x1):** My lips were weird this month with dry patches and a lot of peeling and I thought this would helped and it didn't do anything. It does feel pretty nice but didn't work for my particular problem. My 2 destashes: The BB Cream wasn't my color (looked gray on me) and the h20+ shine control gel I just didn't know how to use it (in what step of my skincare routine) so I just didn't and now it smells weird so it's time to throw it out.
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    Helmer Kozey
    **Skin profile:** NC15 | Anti-Aging/Pores/Mild Acne | Combo/Dehydrated/Sensitive **Season & Type of Climate:** summer, moderate **1st Cleanser:** Bielenda Argan Oil Cleanser with Hyaluronic Acid (RP) **2nd Cleanser:** Innisfree The Minimum Foaming Cleanser (RP) **Vitamin C Serum:** Silk Naturals vit. C Peptide Serum (WNR) **BHA:** Cosrx Blackhead Power Liquid (RP), Resist Daily Pore-Refining Treatment 2% BHA (RP) **AHA:** Dermedic Normacne Preventi Serum (RP) **First Essence:** Cosrx Galactomyces Whitening Power Essence (WNR) **Essence:** LJH Tea Tree 90 Essence (RP), Cosrx Snail 96 Power Essence (RP) **Serum**: Fitomed Licorice Serum with 5% niacinamide (HG) **Ampoule**: Graymelin 100% Bifida Ampoule, Graymelin 100% Beta-Glucan Ampoule, Tosowoong Propolis Sparkle Ampoule (RP) **Light Moisturizer**: Yuri Pibu Artichoke Power Essence (WNR) **Medium Moisturizer**: Rosette Ceramide Gel (HG) **Eye Cream:** Silk Naturals Cucumber Peptide Eye Cream (WNR) **Sheet Mask:** Tosowoong Pure Propolis Mask (RP), Honey, Hot Spring and Snail from My Scheming (RP), Evercos Licorice and Apricot Kernel (RP) **Sunscreen:** Isehan Mommy! UV MIld Gel (HG, WNR - reformulated), Skin Aqua UV Super Moisture Gel SPF50 PA++++ for body (RP) **Spot Treatment:** Ciracle Pink Powder (WNR), Cosrx Pimple Patches (RP), Hascoderm Lipogel (RP) **Other:** Sidmool Min Jung Gi Ampoule (WNR), Sidmool Human Oligo Ampoule (WNR - found a single replacement for them both), Dr G Brightening Peeling Gel Mild (RP)
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    Albina Halvorson
    Freeman Beauty peel off masks are fantastic, as are their wash off masks. I use the cucumber peel-off on a weekly basis, but I also recommend the sweet tea and lemon peel-off.
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    Pietro Sporer
    God i hate the cucumber peel. Who the fuck eats the cucumber peel?
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    Davion Wisoky
    **Looking for product recommendations/Routine critique**. I live in Northern Ontario...Weather is all over the damn place. Shifting into fall weather. My skin has premature ageing issues (Fine lines, crows feet, loss of elasticity). It's dehydrated/oily and i'm pretty sure the oil I experience is due to a damaged moisture barrier, which is in turn causing adult acne. I don't think I'm ready for actives just yet (But have started to consider Melano CC as a starting point). Is there anything you'd recommend I add to my routine? I was thinking a peeling gel & an emulsion. I don't want any sunscreens, I've had severe allergic reactions and don't want to try anymore. **AM** * It's Skin - Green Tea Calming Cleansing Oil * Lancome - Creme Radience Clarifying Cream-To-Foam Cleanser * Humphreys - Alcohol Free Cucumber Melon Witch Hazel Redness Reducing Facial Toner * Benton - Snail Bee High Content Essence * Mizon - Snail Repair Intensive Ampoule * Benton - Snail Bee High Content Steam Cream **PM** * It's Skin - Green Tea Calming Cleansing Oil * Lancome - Creme Radience Clarifying Cream-To-Foam Cleanser * Humphreys - Alcohol Free Cucumber Melon Witch Hazel Redness Reducing Facial Toner * Neulii - Green Tea BHA Pore Tightening Serum * Skinfood - Royal Honey Propolis Essence * Eye Cream step is Missha Longer Name Borabit Ampoule + Benton Snail Bee High Content Steam Cream * Rosette - Ceramide Gel * Too Cool For School - Pumpkin Sleeping Pack *Items I use once a week: Cosrx Silk Cocoons, Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask, Too Cool For School Egg Mousse Pack
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    Patricia Stehr
    They "peel" the cucumber...
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    Roselyn Greenholt
    Weird.. Could be environment then, i'm pretty sure we have the same gene "missing" as these seem to be always same type of foods, in different combinations. We don't have squash and pumpkin here, i think i saw one recently and wondered that it was almost the size of volleyball. Maybe the biggest i've seen, it was pretty much as a centerpiece on that section :) Should tell how rare they are in Finland.. Itching in the mouth and throat to difficulty in breathing, esophagus cramps and hurts like hell, swallowing hurts, pulse rises.. Apple is worst and carrots, cucumber is mild irritant only, depending on the skin thickness. Take the skin off, almost nothing at times. Organic? No thank you, put as much water in it as possible thank you very much ;) Been in hospitals for peeling of peanuts with gloves on, just the dust alone was enough. Same with dipping sauce once, coughed up the whole mucus membrane covering the esopahogus, one of the most painful things in my life plus the next week, just room temperature liquid food. Coughed blood after peeling potatoes for 12 kids and 5 grownups, super organic hippie village stuff. And the "Doctor" on the village gave me essentially water.. that was nice.. Placebo is hell of a drug.. Oh, lived in hippie village in the vegetarist house, that was nice :) Cooked thou, nothing but nuts can kill me so lots and lots of cream, butter and.. kind of miss that diet...
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    Damien Haag
    I'll second the food processor. Get one with a wide feeder tube so you can slice bigger things into flat discs. If you need to chop something further, it is a little easier to work a knife if you've got flat objects on a flat surface. Food processors aren't that hard to clean really.. if you have a sprayer on your sink, it is quite simple (even better with a dishwasher). Just dump out the blade into the sink and rinse it off and toss in the dishwasher. Rinse out the work bowl and lid and toss in the dishwasher. Easy. I have an old Cuisnart DLC-5 that came with three different slicing blades, a shred, a medium slice, a chopping blade and something else I can't think of. Works great for shredding cheese and vegetables, pulverizing all the things for salsa and slice things like cucumber or whatever. For peeling things, there is this video where a guy stabs some apples with a power drill and holds a vegetable peeler against the apple and it peels in no time... Getting things presliced is way more expensive than buying whole. I'd also recommend a foodsaver. If you have a friend or family member who wouldn't mind doing some chopping for you, you can seal up things you aren't going to use right away and it stays pretty fresh! Get a sautee pan with a long handle on one side and a short handle on the other side so you can hold it with whichever hand works best. Worst case you could always try out something like Blue Apron and see how it goes!
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    Lawson Heathcote
    I've always eaten cucumber with the skin on, never seemed bitter to me. Sometimes our garden cucumbers have spines on them, and in that case I would probably peel them.
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    Ethyl Will
    Well just because my buds told me to put this here, let me tell you about my JoJo OC: Hello the name is MoshiMoshi Yagami and my family used to be royal Jesters in early Nippon which allowed us to gain a good amount of bangobucks however these days we lost our vast amount of bitches so all we have left is this average western european mansion. I have a strange fetish and urge for killing normies and stealing their tongues. I use my "Normal Upright Position" [Murder Purple Blood] and its ability, "Fuck Me Up Fam" that does fuck all with them, I don't fucking know what happens I just want their tongues My favorite past time is peeling off my shedded foreskin and keeping them in disorganized vases and recently these Minors of Duwang and their stupid Sea Cucumber Scientist have been ruining my plans. I decided to send out my Sub Position [Destructive Liver Strike] to attack them but a Faggit with his shirt inside out used his own Upright Position. [EchoLocation] to make my AppleBottom Jeans go low Now I have escaped by fucking up my hairstyle and shooting myself in the head with my magical bullet giving me the new ability "Lick The Shit" Now I have no disadvantages that can abused And that's the story of "Ruby Is Indestructable
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    Cary Bruen
    Cobble Hill 2oz Rye 1/2oz Dry Vermouth 1/2oz Amaro Montenegro Muddle a cucumber slice or two, stir, then express and garnish with a lemon peel. Dry but delicious.
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    Nelle Hagenes
    I think i'll try it in the spring with maybe some habanero, but I think I'll peel the cucumber and put it in secondary after stabilizing. if its any good I'll ship you a bottle
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    Augustine Rohan
    Peel the skin. Slice. Splash of lime and chili powder on a raw cucumber. It makes a nice, low calorie treat. I could eat 1 cucumber. Don't know how anyone could manage 34.
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    Julianne Larkin
    Hey guys. I'm having an issue with dark circles and even/dull skin tone. My current routine is pretty simple because I don't want to spend a bunch of money on stuff that won't help: **AM** * Primer * Occasionally moisturizer, depending on if my face feels like it needs it **PM** * makeup wipes to take off the bulk * nighttime soothing non-foaming cleanser * Mild astringent (my face is sensitive, especially around my eyes) * acne formulated lotion * occasionally holika holika aloe gel for when my face has had a hard day I also occasionally switch between a cucumber peel off mask and a mint julep mask for preventing acne and and peeling off the dull layer of skin my face can build up. My issue is that I hate wearing foundation of any kind. I hate the feeling and the color consistently makes my face a strange flat color and no amount of highlight, blush, etcetera makes me like it any more and I actually like my overall facial skin tone, sans dark circles. So I'm hoping to find products to brighten/perk up my skin and help with my dark circles. I love my eyebrow and eye makeup, but I really wish I felt I could do without the foundation; powder, liquid, compacts, mousse, you name it I've tried it (with the exception of bb cream) and I don't like any of them. Help?
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    Aida Barton
    I kind of wing it for brine but it's pretty close to [this](http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2011/08/garlic-dill-pickles.html). I adapted it to what I like, though. I use half white vinegar and half apple cider instead of only apple cider and use mustard seed instead of dill seed. I know it says pickling salt, but fridge pickles stay really crisp with just kosher salt too. I've also found myself to be a salt fiend so I up that a little too. Once you heat it up it's easy to taste and adjust if you think it needs more salt/sugar. Since mine go straight in the fridge there's no jar processing step and no risk of botulism or anything like that. You can also go wild with herbs or add sliced onions. Beware: your breath may be a bit gnarly, but they are too good for me to care, personally. They really satisfy that crunchy salty craving I get. Also I don't bother peeling my carrots anymore, I just give them a good wash and cut off the top/cut them in half if they are particularly thick. I've found the best thickness is about half an inch, kind of like cucumber pickles. I hope that was coherent enough to be helpful. Happy fridge pickling!
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    Leonie Hudson
    Got 3 actually, could have been bad each time. When I was younger, my family had a small bistro. I always liked to cut the vegetables for them. One time, I had trouble peeling off that one cucumber so I tried to cut it in half first by HACKING the damn thing like I had an axe in my hand. Forgot I had my hand still holding it and almost cut my whole finger off. Couple years later, I was a hone alone and decided I wanted some candies. But not in a solid state. I put a whole bag of candies ina bowl, put it in the microwaves and start the thing for 4 minutes. When I came back it was boiling hot but I was satisfied. I went all in and tried to take a handful of it to shove it my face. Ended up buring 3 of my fingers with severe burns that almost cost me skin transplant. Last one, sport injury. I was 15 at the time and was playing a soccer game. I was the one doing the the overhead. I decided to try and reach even further than I was before. Before the game even began I was out. Last thing I remember about that night was the snap in my back and seeing myself falling face first on the field. I snaped a joint in my lower back. That means lifelong injury that still sometime hurt like a mfer if I try to do that same move.
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    Aliza Raynor
    I follow [this recipe] (https://whatscookingamerica.net/Vegetables/RefrigeratorPickledBeets.htm). It's very easy, the most time consuming part is cooking and peeling the beets. I boil them, but it gives instructions for both roasting and boiling. the recipe says apple cider vinegar but I've made it with white vinegar as well. You can play around with adding spices, some recipes reccomend clove or celery salt. The recipe says they stay good for 2-3 months but I've eaten them like 6 months later and they are fine. Keep in mind that you aren't canning them so they won't stay good for years like canned ones do and they must be stored in the fridge. If you are planning to do a lot I would reccomend canning them. Ps: You can pickle most vegetables like this. For example you can do refrigerator pickles by slicing up fresh cucumber and putting it in vinegar, salt, and sugar. I've also pickled jalapeños this way too.
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    Moriah Eichmann
    If you want to peel a cucumber easily (or anything really) just invest in a speed peeler. You can peel things a lot more accurately with very little effort.
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    Rollin Olson
    I don't know how to shave without an electric razor. I'm worried I'd take all the skin off my face like peeling a cucumber.
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    Waino Weber
    Just a head's up that HL is currently having a roadshow at Mid Valley until 15/9, if I'm not mistaken. So you can get a discount of 30% for the Peeling Lotion if you haven't bought it already. :) Concerning konjac sponges, there are 2-3 variants available at SASA. I have the cucumber, but there's also charcoal and another one I think. Before using the sponge, be sure to disinfect it! I just soaked mine in hot water for awhile. Some boil them, and others put them in a bowl filled with water and heat them up in the microwave for a few minutes. Do this routinely, if you can - once a week would be best, I guess. Ah, alright. So considering that you're using the NR Aloe Vera as a mask for 15-20 mins, are you following up with a moisturiser afterwards? If you aren't, I'd highly suggest you to do so. Maybe a heavier/occlusive moisturiser, or if you think your skin is already quite hydrated enough after the mask, you can just follow up with your AM emulsion to kind of seal it all in. All the best! x
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    Jan Weimann
    Cucumber, sour cream, onions. Peel and chop up cucumbers, salt them, let stand 10-15 minutes, rinse drain water, toss with other ingredients.
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    Hertha Friesen
    Stopped at Nature Republic and Aritaum and picked up some goodies! Items pictured: - Nature Republic Tea Tree Juicy masks (they had a sale, 20 masks for $19, and it came with a bottle of Holika Holika 92% aloe shower gel) - Nature Republic The First essence, my first foray into FTEs - Samples of NR Collagen Dream 90 Skin Booster and 70 Emulsion - Mediheal Aquaring Ampoule Masks - Samples of Laneige Water Bank Eye Gell and Water Bank Essence EX - Aritaum sheet masks, Hyaluronic Acid, Tea Tree, rice, green tea, and cucumber - samples of Holika Holika smooth egg skin (peeling gel and peeling foam) - SNP Bird's Nest Aqua Ampoule Masks - Mamonde hand lotion, rose scented I have oily/combo skin and am about a month into curology (tret .012%). Focused on increasing hydration to ward off "tret skin," decreasing PIH, and anti-aging. So excited to try all this stuff! Currently wearing a SNP Bird's Nest mask which is very soothing, almost tingly.
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    Kariane Barrows
    Never thought about it, but cinnamon, vanilla and freshly cut cucumber have to be in the top 5, another one is lime peel, hm and maybe rosemary.
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    Melyna Runolfsdottir
    The japanese chefs I worked with could peel a cucumber by hand and have a much longer, smoother, translucent ribbon of cucumber at the end.
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    Reinhold Ziemann
    Lazy guac: --Peel and mash a few avocados --Stir in your favorite salsa --Enjoy with pork rids, celery sticks, and slice cucumber
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    Kristin Greenfelder
    Hi /u/KateMeon, your post was removed because it appears to be a repost of a recent submission to /r/gifs: * [Peeling a cucumber like a pro](/r/gifs/comments/4tlehw) (4632) by throatfrog 1 day ago. Similarity: 100.00 If you think this was a mistake, please [message the moderators](/message/compose?to=/r/gifs&subject=My%20post%20was%20removed&message=%5BThis%20post%5D%28%2fr%2fgifs%2fcomments%2f4try6x%2fpreparing_cucumber_for_sushi%2f%29%20was%20removed%20by%20the%20bot%20for%20breaking%20rule%201,%20but%20I%20would%20like%20a%20second%20opinion%20from%20a%20human.).
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    Lydia Streich
    I have a really fun peel off cucumber mask, I got it at cvs for like $3-4. The brand is Freeman.
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    Jacey Schuster
    X-Post referenced from /r/gifs by /u/throatfrog [Peeling a cucumber like a pro](https://www.reddit.com/r/gifs/comments/4tlehw/peeling_a_cucumber_like_a_pro/) ***** ^^I ^^am ^^a ^^bot. ^^I ^^delete ^^my ^^negative ^^comments. ^^[Contact](https://www.reddit.com/message/compose/?to=OriginalPostSearcher) ^^| ^^[Code](https://github.com/papernotes/Reddit-OriginalPostSearcher) ^^| ^^[FAQ](https://github.com/papernotes/Reddit-OriginalPostSearcher#faq)
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    Deondre Greenholt
    Often there are restrictions because they can't be processed. everyone who has tried peeling a cucumber that is unevenly shaped can relate. Of course, that only affects the food processing industry and of that only a part, but it's still the majority of customers. for instance There is a famous European "law" (it wasn't an actual law) on how curved a cucumber was supposed to be in order to make it easier to process with machinery, it was removed but most companies that operate within the EU still demand their suppliers to be within that angle in oder to increase production.
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    Marlee Hyatt
    Hi all, I fell recently on my face about four weeks ago, it scarred up and I unintentionally peeled the scab off while it was healing. I ended up having this huge black mark on the side of my face (http://i.imgur.com/Q1Md6uK.jpg). Does anyone have any suggestions as to how I can minimize the damage to my skin or reduce how it looks? Currently I apply neosporin twice a day onto it, and I use a cucumber face peeling mask every night. Thanks
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    Malvina Cole
    I mix 1 diced cucumber (after peeling and scraping the seeds out) with plain yogurt (usually 2 individual cups of Fage or some other type of thick Greek yogurt), 1 T dried dill, juice of 1 lemon, 3-4 cloves of garlic, and a little bit of salt. It tastes delicious and goes well on everything.
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    Rogelio Larson
    Ever since I was an infant I've always loved the feeling of tape on my fingers. I love putting it along a finger and up against something cold then slowly peeling it off. It feels good. Also, biting into a cashew and the smell of cucumber and the smell of ice or very cold air.
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    Esteban Harris
    I got a gnarly sunburn on my arms a couple weeks back. No aloe at home and no desire to go buy some that I'll hardly use, I wound up practically bathing in Skinfood's lettuce and cucumber toner and Benton's snail bee essence. It healed in 3 days with minimal peeling.
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    Eli Berge
    Mine love anything leafy and peels of the cucumber flesh (not the actual peel) and my last budgie ate carrot like crack
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    Vincenza Heller
    I like it with maple syrup. I make a dip/dressing with Greek yogurt, tahini, garlic powder and a bit of lemon juice. I make a drink by peeling and chopping a cucumber, adding some yogurt and blending with a hand blender until liquified. I sometimes add mint.
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    Alessandro Huels
    looks like a peel off mask, i found a cucumber one at walgreens, obviously not the same but seems to work similarly
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    Lucinda Murphy
    How bout a cucumber? Ooh my mistress had me peel a jalapeño and stick it up there, didn't burn but was a bit of a mindfuck
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    Lemuel Corkery
    That's not a peel - that's a god damn cucumber veneer. This guy isn't a chef, he's a food carpenter!
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    Yasmeen Gerlach
    >Peeling cucumber The peel is the only part that is not literally water.
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    Charley Pollich
    Or, peel a cold cucumber and stick the peel to your forehead. That also works.
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    Glenna Bergnaum
    Why peel a cucumber? That is like nearly all the nutritional value in it!
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    Jennifer Wyman
    Cucumber a la banana, peel the cucumber and eat it like a banana.
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    Ernesto Mueller
    I also have wicked sensitive skin, so I feel you. There's a brand called Freeman that makes a "Cooling Cucumber" mask that I like, and it's like $4 at all the major US drug stores. It dries so stiff and tight and peels off in nice big sheets. A+ peeling feeling.
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    Quinton Schaefer
    It's like hide the cucumber except you gotta peel it first.
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    Malika Sanford
    If you don't have whiskers, the best is Freeman Cucumber Peel-Off Mask. You let it dry, then it peels off and takes all your dead skin with it. Plus it's fun, like peeling Elmer's glue from your fingers when you're a kid.
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    Cortney Hirthe
    Not really. You can see a channel in the middle of the board where he places the cucumber. All he is doing is laying the knife against the board, and rolling the cucumber back. It's just a modified board for peeling.
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    Isabelle Von
    That's cucumber's secret, it's always peel.
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    Noemie Fahey
    But the post was about this guy peeling a cucumber like a pro. By your logic, every time I use my microwave, I'm heating food like a pro
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    Raphael O'Reilly
    Do you peel the cucumber or leave the rind on?
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    Sonia Runte
    [Here is peeling a cucumber without a cheater groove. ](https://youtu.be/RjWkO9A-Ckk?t=142)
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    Lesly Effertz
    It looks like he is a chef, so shouldn't the title be "A pro peeling a cucumber"?
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