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licml28 asked:

31 May 2010

Which facial skin care range is most recommended for my skin?

I used Clinique's 3-step range for a month, but it was AWFUL. I used type 1 as I have tight and flaky skin all around and am not prone to acne or blemishes but the stuff covered my cheeks in bumps, some of which were itchy and pus-filled.

I've suffered from eczema since before I could walk and so have always been aware that I have very dry and quite sensitive skin, but I got the mildest forms of the stuff and definitely think it's a complete waste of money.

Anyway, thing is, I need a new range of products now that I've stopped using that stuff and my face needs to recover.

I heard Aveeno was quite good, and Cetaphil? I'm unsure about whether to buy products for extra dry skin because I don't want the spots on my face to worsen. Any help would be awesome. Thanks xx



juicystar07 says:

Posted on 03 Jun 2010

i suggest trying cetaphil. i love it because i have sensitive skin too. if that doesn't work, maybe you should pay your dermatologist a visit he or she could prescribe a new regime for you.

i don't think that neutrogena skin ID would work for you but you could try it anways.


mistress1209 says:

Posted on 01 Jun 2010

pHisoderrm is a good brand. as for sun protection, neutrogena delivers excellent protection whilst being extra gentle on sensitive skin. never skip sunscreen, hun.


_riah_ says:

Posted on 31 May 2010

Well Aveno is very gentle, so I'd suggest giving it a go. Make sure you're putting on lots of moisturizer and sunscreen before going into the sun. Sounds like you have very sensitive skin...

If that makes your skin worse, I'd suggest taking the time to see a dermatologist becuase that is a very good way to get the information you need, I mean, after all, it is their job! (:

Good luck! :)


barbipixi says:

Posted on 01 Jun 2010

i had an ex with very sensitive skin and he always used Cetaphil. it's very sensitive and can help. if you have dry skin try using one of the lotions that's for faces don't put a regular body lotion on your face. and a sensitive cleaner can help always look for the words sensitive skin and oil free when looking for things for your face

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