I do agree with PPs though, you don't need to spend money on big brand names who charge through the nose for a tiny pot of product.
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20-01-2016 06:32 #12
I use loreal, I have oily skin. Olay made it more oily. I think it's a trial and error.
I also use the sun sense sunscreen with a tint it was 50spf I think it's spf.
I know people who use Nivea aswell. They like it.
I've heard coffee dehydrates skin, not sure how true it is.
But yes, drink plenty of water.
20-01-2016 06:55 #13
I'm 41, and have applied Olay Sensitive Skin moisturiser twice a day, every single day since I turned 16! Honestly, I'd never use anything else - it's cheap (about $15 from the supermarket), it lasts a long time (probably 4 or 5 months) and best of all I have hardly any wrinkles. People always guess my age as being 7 or 8 years younger than I am, and always pick my younger sister as being older than me
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20-01-2016 07:18 #14Senior Member
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Try an oil - like rosehip oil. I tend to use it at night. Just a few drops on damp face/neck. Use a cleanser that is cream based rather than foaming- it is less drying and should be less irritating to sensitive skin. Eye cream I use bobbi brown. So expensive but it is the only one that does not sting.
For day cream - up to you really. Whatever does not irritate
20-01-2016 07:49 #15
If you want to start dabbling in some affordable products, I personally recommend the brand Simple. I find their moisturisers and foaming cleansers really gentle and effective.
I don't 100% stick to any skincare brands, as I like to change it up and try new things, but I always know I can go back to the Simple range.
At the moment I'm using a Neutrogena Hydro Boost foam cleanser - I really like it. My skin can dry out easily with the wrong product, but this has been great for my skin. For moisturiser, I'm using Garnier Moisture Match - this I also really like.
As a general rule, I like a foaming cleanser that's non-drying and a rich moisturiser that's easily absorbed and non-greasy. The above products fit the bill perfectly.
I was using Sukin rosehip oil at night in the winter months, but I've skipped that lately. I'll probably go back to it, or some other face oil when the weather cools down (my skin is less dry in summer).
I pretty much never get sunburned on the face (I had a serious sunburn incident many years ago, lesson learned), which helps. The sun is terrible for ageing.
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Following... I use dermologia everything and want to find cheaper stuff.
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