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post #31 of 42
I use Beauty Without Cruelty Alpha-Hydroxy cleanser. I love it, but it is not for those with dry skin.
post #32 of 42
I use Avon's Cleanskin mask/cleanser.
post #33 of 42
I use Clinique's entire skin care line. It works great for me
post #34 of 42
I use Lush's Angels on Bare Skin face wash. Its lovely!
post #35 of 42
I've tried quite a few things.. and most everything seemed to make half of my skin dry up, and the other half MORE oily by the next day. I had settled for Clear & Clear for sensitive skin for awhile.. but it was still drying out my skin only using it once a week, and using it less I would break out a little. So right now I'm trying out Burt's Bees Soap Bark & Chamomile Deep Cleansing Cream... and so far, it seems to be working pretty well. No dry skin, period, and less oilyness. I haven't been using it long enough to give it 100% confidence, though.
post #36 of 42
I used to use Clinique, but it would either dry my face out or make me break out. I'm thinking I must have been allergic or something, but I hated it.

Now I use Mary Kay Timewise. I LOVE it. I use the face wash, night cream, lotion, eye cream, and every 3rd day microdermabrasion. I personally LOVE products so using lots of stuff doesn't bother me, it makes me feel like I'm pampering myself. Plus, I've never received so many compliments about my skins evenness and people have even said that it has a nice glow! It's definitely nice to hear those things since it DEFINITELY didn't used to!
post #37 of 42
I don't use face wash nearly as much as I should....I use St. Ive's Apricot scrub. Scott used to have acne issues and it was recommended by his dermatologist. Good stuff.

I also have used the Mary Kay Time Wise products. I have the day cream, night cream, and moisturizer. Good stuff. My mom won it at a party, but I would by more...it feels great on the skin!

I should use more....
post #38 of 42
Originally Posted by StarryEyedTiGeR View Post
I also use St. Ives Apricot Scrub once a week to exfoliate my face
That's the stuff I use too.
I used to get "Neutrogena Deep Clean Invigorating Scrub", but it's so expensive and I don't like the burning sensation.
post #39 of 42
I use oatmeal soap.

I haven't broken out yet on it. I have been using it for almost two months. Which is pretty good considering I do get acne.
post #40 of 42
I don't use anything but water. I don't know what it is about my skin, but if I use anything to clean my face I break out. As long as I don't use anything to clean it with I'm blemish free.....Weird huh? Perfect skin unless I wash it?
post #41 of 42
Honey. Seriously. I have very sensitive skin, and just squirt a teaspoon or so into my palm every morning, and wash and rinse. (At night, just plain warm water.) Once or twice a week, I leave the honey on as a mask, for about 15-20 minutes (do this in private--it looks DISGUSTING); then I rinse it off. It really softens and makes your skin look healthy (as does drinking lots of water, no smoking or excessive alcohol, and eating properly). I swear it has some healing properties on skin, too. Because it's sticky, I usually use it before I wash my hair every day, in the shower. (Actually, left on dampened hair for 15-20 mins. also helps your hair, though not as well as your skin.) I also use slightly diluted cider vinegar as a toner, and a hair rinse (for shine).

Not to sound moralizing, but I prefer not to use chemical stuff on my skin, if I can help it, not just because of the sensitivity issue, but also because I don't think that stuff (a lot of which is hype) does much, or is very safe in the long run; plus, I abhor animal testing for beauty products. Honestly, I've found that natural, simple stuff is just as good, if not better; and safer, and cheaper. Not to brag, but I've been told I have a lovely complexion (after the teenage acne went away!), and look far younger than I really am (wonder how long THAT will hold up ). I simply try to take good care of myself--no drinking, smoking, nor drugs (god, I'm boring), and I try to eat properly, and drink lots of water. Getting enough sleep really helps, too, but I tend to have trouble with doing that. Genetics help, too! Mom had a beautiful English "peaches and cream" complexion, which I used to have as a kid.
post #42 of 42
I have super sensitive skin, and had a bit of acne when I was a teen. My dermatologist told me to use Purpose back in the day and I have never used anything since then. I am 31 now, and this is still the best face wash I have ever found. Purpose comes in bar soap and face wash, I am referring to the face wash, the bar soap is garbage.

I also use lotion, facial scrub, and tonic from Leaf and Rusher, this stuff is super expensive but it makes your skill feel like heaven. It is worth every penny in my opinion. It is hard to find in stores, but you can sometimes see it in like Macy's. Or leafandrusher.com
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