Sensitive skin moisturizer

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Avatar n tn Hi, I have sensitive skin with mild Rosacea, what cleanser & moisturizer would be suitable for my skin type?
Avatar f tn o( I get really dry skin right on my chin area under the corners of my mouth and this was the ONLY moisturizer that took care of it for me.
Avatar n tn I have all of a sudden sensitive facial skin. I broke out in a rash from using both Eucerin and Aveeno redness relief creams. What other brand of moisturerizer should I try?
Avatar f tn I have an oily & sensitive skin. What kind of cleanser, moisturizer and night cream should i use? I want to use a lightening cream, is it save for my sensitive skin?
1394262 tn?1369628792 Hi mummies I am breastfeeding my dd and I found that ever since I gave birth last mid-December, my skin has become very, very sensitive. As soon as I start to perspire even a little, red patches and red rashes appear on my body-hands, armd, calves, thighs and body. I have it every day that's for sure. And i find the discomfort unbearable. Is anyone suffering from the same problem too??? Is this due to hormonal changes OR due to some herbs that I have been taking? Please share.
4936507 tn?1365365267 Hi everyone. I have what I have chalked up to be just extremely sensitive skin, but only in certain areas. It started a couple of years ago when moisturizers I was using around my eyes and eyelids suddenly started causing a weird rash just under my eyebrows. It feels like it has been scratched and it itches and burns like crazy if I put anything on it. I started trying all different kinds of all natural, hypoallergenic, organic, etc types of moisturizers, all with the same affect.
Avatar n tn I wondered if you could recommend some products for sensitive skin as most of the products I have bought on the high street for sensitive skin just seem to aggravate my skin. I am after a cleanser, toner and moisturizer to start with. Thanks allot.
Avatar n tn I wondered if you could recommend some products for sensitive skin as most of the products I have bought on the high street for sensitive skin just seem to aggravate my skin. I am after a cleanser, toner and moisturizer to start with. Thanks allot.
Avatar m tn Hello, I'm a 31 year old male and I've suffered from sensitive oily skin for as long as I can remember. I'm wondering if there is anything that I can do to help manage this condition. I've recently read that oil based cleansers are actually good for oily skin. And possibly a product called oc 8 mattifying gel? Any help you could provide would be appreciated.
Avatar f tn I have really sensitive skin and a lot of the cleansers/acne products have really dried out my skin and irritated it to the point of causing more acne. Recently, I have been using the regular Acnefree kit and it has been going well, except that my skin still dries out really easily (around my eyebrows, jaw, and temples) despite the fact that I use Aveeno moisturizer. Also, I still received pimples, however, they were much less severe and numerous as before.
Avatar f tn I am 33years old indian female, my skin is very much sensitive and dry(if not moisturised).I daily apply caladryl lotion, recently started using sebamed antiageing cream, also use spectraban sunscreen for sensitive skin.a week ago in a marriage ceremony my cousin accidentally rubbed onto my face holi colour(its a coloured dry powder containing chemicals used while playing holi a festival celebrated in India),I dont play holi, my skin is intolerant to chemicals.
Avatar n tn I have sensitive skin and I've been using one particular brand of lotion all my life because it's the only brand that didn't break me out, and I never had any strange reactions when I used it. Then recently when I used it I started to feel burning and stinging on my skin. This also happens with other lotions too that never used to make my skin burn until recently. Is there any way I can treat this problem or get help for it? Please help.
535822 tn?1443980380 It's a bit pricey, so what I would suggest is to keep using the cleaning product your normally use that isn't bothering you and then only buy the Waleda moisturizer for sensitive skin. Use this during the day time. They have some for night, too, of course, but their products are rather expensive, even at discount supplement stores. They are good products, though. So, use the coconut oil or olive oil at night if you need something at night.
Avatar n tn also, get an oil free cleanser and moisturizer that works for your sensitive skin (i'm still on the search for both!) brighter days will come!
Avatar n tn I have a thyroid condition and dry skin. My difficulty is that when I use the only thing I can tolerate for dry skin, which is olive oil, the oil coating on my skin seems to make my outbreaks and prodrome worse. It is my thinking that because the oil is not water soluble, it is not allowing my skin to breathe properly. I am severely reactive/sensitive to chemicals and some natural substances, and cannot find a good natural moisturizer that does not contain things that I react to!
Avatar f tn Of late I came across the Sakare store at Neal Street and tried its solutions for sensitive skin. Of those available, the Problematik Skin Mask did the job for me. After using it for few days I can see visible difference in my skin and it looks way better than before.
Avatar n tn I really need some kind of treatment that will work with my sensitive skin yet get rid of the acne. I am currently using Spectro Gel for sensitive skin and La Roche Posay moisturizer, and have tried many acne spot treatments. Right now I'm switching between tea tree oil and a mixture of yeast and water. Does anyone have any suggestions???
Avatar n tn During tx I used allmay moisturizer on the sensitive areas of my face-actually, my whole face. And riba rash arms I just used vaseline. It did'nt cure but did hold the rash back a bit. That also cleared quickly when my 48 weeks was finished. I kept my baths short and not hot to preserve any skin oil at all. Good Luck!
Avatar n tn I have dry, sensitive, acne-prone, acne skin. I've tried almost every cream and moisturizer there is and concluded that I react to glycerin, which is in everything! I recently tried a moisturizer that contained no glycerin and seabuckthorn, but that gave me small red bumps too! Any recommendations? I'm positive its the moisturizers and no other products, thanks!
Avatar f tn I have literally tried almost every moisturizer out there, even ones for sensitive skin and yet I still get the same result. The redness lasts for about an hour or more but then fades. does anyone know what this is and how I can prevent the redness?? It's annoying, especially because when I apply foundation, it looks darker on my face because of the redness. THANKS!!
Avatar n tn Soaps and detergents can strip away the natuarl skin oils and thus cause or exacerbate a dry skin condition. You can take the following measures to prevent it to a certain degree. -Apply a rich moisturizer several times a day, especially right after you bathe or wash your hands. You can also use an oil, such as baby oil while your skin is still damp from a bath or shower. Oil has more staying power than cream and helps stop water from evaporating from your skin's surface.
Avatar f tn I seem to dry out VERY bad, (no matter how much moisturizer I use) I also am allergic to most of them as well especially acne free and proactive, including their sensitive skin formula. Does anyone know something that I could try that might maybe work?
Avatar n tn My tongue feels as though I've burned it but I havent. Its very sensitive to citrus, spicy foods and its hard to even taste the food. Its even difficult to brush because of the toothpaste, it feels like my tongue and mouth are burning. Also, at the same time the sensations started, I got small red bumps all over my mouth. Very small but visible very close up. Its almost like my lips are chapped.
Avatar f tn About 2 months ago I noticed my skin would sting when I was washing and also when I was in the gym through sweating. I stopped exfoliating as my skin is dry and sensitive anyway this seemed to help. Now it's beginning to sting again when I clean my face and again when I sweat. It even hurts when I moisturise and i'm using vitamin E cream as it is still dry in patches on my forehead and cheeks.
4274823 tn?1388532698 Can anyone suggest a gentle, natural skin moisturizer? I have dry, sensitive skin in part due to hypothyroidism and in part due to the early onset of winter in Canada.
393685 tn?1425816122 Perhaps others know. My skin become even more sensitive to the sun. That's a drag because some of my work is done outside, all day. I blame it on the med. I just bought another sunscreen that's an SPF80. BTW - I too use olive oil as a moisturizer and it works great. The Romans considered that a healing oil. Take care.
Avatar f tn For very dry skin, skin care oils can relieve symptoms while keeping your skin moist and supple. Ingredients like vitamin E will also nourish the skin, making it more healthy in the long term. If body oils do not appeal, use a moisturizer designed for dry skin, and avoid moisturizers with alcohol or heavy scents. Reapply periodically throughout the day, and use a special facial moisturizer to keep your face in good shape.
Avatar n tn I recommend using the new facial wash by Eucerin. It has excellent compatibility with sensitive skin yet also wahes away impurities and excess sebum. It is compatible with acne medication. I also used to use Lutsine Hydrafnia facewash but am having trouble finding this lately. Lutsine Hydrafnia moisturizer is still widely available and is designed for spot-prone skin which has become sensitized due to some acne therapies.
Avatar n tn Hi Derm, I have facial discoloration on the sides of my chin and cheeks, from using toothpaste for removal of pimples. Some spots on my face are burned from toothpaste, my skin is very sensitive and i wasn't aware of it, Can u please help. It is very noticeable! This discussion is related to <a href='http://www.medhelp.org/posts/show/240177'>discoloration of facial skin</a>.