I have really sensitive skin, Olay works the best for me. It also has 15 SPF. I use to used Estee Lauder but I hated spending 40 dollars on moisturizer.posted almost 7 years ago
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I have sensitve combination skin. I love:Kiehl’s ‘sodium pca oil free moisturizer’, Mario Badescu’s ‘collagen moistuizer’, and Bliss’ ‘steep clean’. posted almost 7 years ago
As an eczema sufferer; I use E45 cream & Palmers Cocoa Butter cream daily as they don’t contain perfumes, colours or chemicals that build up on your skin and can actually do more harm than good in the long run if used on a regular basis – however, I can’t speak for people with oily skin as I am the polar extreme to that.
I don’t believe in buying expensive skincare products if not from a specialist brand as I think you’ll be paying for the brand name as opposed to the quality, but brands such as benefit are brilliant as they’re within a reasonable price range without cheap ‘fillers’ in the product.
Clinique makes a really good lotion. I’ve used Clinique for a few years after each face wash, and I feel like I get a good rehydration without excess oil. One of my best friends has been a Clean and Clear devotee for years. I think she uses their “Morning Burst” lotion to start each day.posted almost 7 years ago
Eminence Organics (no dangerous chemicals) Grape Perlette Moisturizer. Loaded with antioxidants, smells like fresh pressed grapes. Amazing and fine for my sensitive skin.
Deb from myfashionswap.composted almost 7 years ago
I use Aveeno moisturizers. As an acne-prone teen I used the Clear Complexion daily moisturizer. Now that my skin’s normalized itself post-puberty, I use the Positively Radiant with SPF 15 (they just came out with SPF 30 too).posted almost 6 years ago
I have super dry skin and use Cetaphil!
My dermatologist recommended it years ago!!! and I still use it!