I will be 30, I need a skin care regimen.
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I will be turning 30 this year.  I have never had a skin care regimen. I just floated around on products that i would find on sale.  I have dry,sensitve skin that is oily around my t-zone.  I used philosophy pure facial wash but it doesnt do much. I also tried the hope in a jar and it broke my face out in little red/white acne bumps and made my skin itch like mad w/rash included.  I need a good antiaging skin regimen.  Please recommend me something, thank you!

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I just turned 29 a couple weeks ago, and I am obsessed with skin care products.  I always joke that I am more afraid of wrinkles than anything else!  I love DDF.  I use their Oil Free Moisturizing Dew SPF 15 every morning, along with Vitamin E eyecream from The Body Shop.  I also have a Clarisoic that I love soooo much!  I use it every morning with the 5% Glycolic Wash.  http://www.sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P1809&categoryId=RPYMAL&shouldPaginate=true

I also use the Glycolic 10% Exfoliating Moisturizer at night and the eyecream again.


I also love FAB Facial Radiance Pads, especially when I am lazy and don't wash my face.  Sometimes I will just use the pads and eyemakeup remover.  One pad is enough for my whole face.


As for facewash at night, I rotate depending on how my skin feels.  I have a Nutriganics facewash from The Body Shop that I use and Philosophy's Purity.  (I hate Philosophy's Hope in a Jar.  The smell is too strong, and I don't like how thick it is.)

My skin is sensitive and turns red easily, but none of the DDF products have bothered it.  Just make sure you follow the directions when you start with the glycolic stuff as it can irritate your skin.  If nothing else, I would get a good moisturizer with SPF for day and the Glycolic Face wash.  Bosica also makes a great SPF day cream that is oil free.


I don't see the DDF with SPF on the Sephora website right now.  Hopefully it's not discontinued, or I'll be in a crisis!  Smiley Happy

I also highly recommend the Clarisonic.  I chronically raise my eyebrows and make faces and with the use of that and the facewash, they are much less noticeable.  Totally worth the money!  I'm still looking for a serum that I can apply probably only to my forehead.  I just got the Ole Henrikson Three Little Wonders, so hopefully that will make even more of a dent.  

Good luck!


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