I'm looking everywhere for really good foundation my face is so dry. Sometimes its so bad my t zone area will peal and be so dry and gross. I have a couple that are good, but me being me I want more. so any suggestion would be great.
Hello guys im going to switch brand from Paulas Choice to Biodroga most because i dont like their PC spf Moisturizers i use one for sensitive skin right now with spf 30 and with the retinol super antioxidant serum and it **bleep** up my skin. I used that serum with another daycream and never had any problem at all. I like that serum but in the same time its a silicone serum that can cause break outs. Maybe i stick with it as a night serum maybe not. Anyway anyone in here who tried Biodroga MD Skin Booster Uv-Protection Cream Spf 30 or 50? I want hydration on my skin and im planing to buy it with the BIODROGA MD SKIN BOOSTER Advanced Formula Vitamin C Concentrate 15 serum you think that will give me enough hydration because i want the spf factor or should i buy an extra Biodroga MD Perfect Hydration 24-h Care or Biodroga MD ANTI-AGE Collagen Boost Day Care and switch over to lets say the Biodroga MD Skin Booster intense Moisture serum . Im asking because Paulas Choice spf 30 moisture **bleep**ed up my skin and i dont liker their moisturizers at all my skin dosen´t feel hydrated more dry and sticky like an irritating glue so yeah no now i switch over to Biodroga MD instead. So whats your advice?
I've recently starting wearing the Naked foundation by Urban Decay, and I love how natural it looks and how lightweight it is! The only issue I'm having, is that my face is combo, oily in my T-Zone and dry and red on my cheeks. I've been using the Fresh Youth Lotus face cream as my moisturizer, but it doesn't seem to be doing anything to help the dryness. So I started using a serum (from Kiehl's) before the Fresh moisturizer, but that doesn't seem to make a difference either. I've also started using the Argon Milk oil from JM in addition to the other two items, and that seems to make the rest of my face dry (although it is helping the oilyness of my T-Zone). So my question to the rest of you beauties, is what in the world can I use on my face to control the oil, and not make me look dewy or oily, but not dry my skin out? My skincare routine is taking up an awful lot of time in the mornings so, now I'd like to reduce the amount of products if possible. I'd love to hear what combination of products you use that have worked for you! Thanks so much for your help!
Hi all, I am in my late 20s with dry, dehydrated skin and have been taking steps towards a good skincare regime and feel like I am halfway there. My problem areas are: dehydration, dark spots from acne scarring (i don't breakout on a regular basis though), and under-eye fine lines. The only anti-aging item in my regime is the Dermadoctor Vit C serum that I use in the morning, and my sunscreen. I want to add in some more elements, such as a good anti-aging serum, facial oil and night cream. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!
Hi BT! I was hoping someone could help me out in this issue and point me in the right direction. When it comes to applying my liquid foundation I only use a Beauty Blender because every other brush I have found will exfoliate my cheeks and cause it to look like I have small scales. I was looking to try out a powder foundation (any recommendations here would also be appreciated!) for quick looks on the weekends or just going to the grocery store and I wanted to make sure I had a proper brush that won't exfoliate my skin when I apply it. My skin is dry and sensitive. Quick edit: I've tried the F80, ELF flat top brush, Real Techniques jumbo powder brush, Tarte the Buffer Airbrush foundation brush, and a ELF kabuki brush
hi im trying to pick between a moisturizer from bobbi brown Hydrating face cream and the one from clinique" dramatically different" i think is the one. i have very dry skin i would like to know wich one you recommend better. thank you
Hey all, Are there any night creams that you found truly rich and hydrating, but also had some anti-aging properties like stimulating collagen production? Presence of hyaluronic acid and peptides would be a bonus. I have dry skin and am looking for suggestions! How does the FAB sleeping cream fair? Has anyone used it? Thanks!
I've made a post about this before and I was advised that the little skin-coloured bumps on my skin are actually clogged pores. It looks even WORSE when I wear foundation (wearing MUFE HD foundation in the pic). So I'm doing everything I'm supposed to do... (I think). I'm drinking lots of water everyday, I'm moisturizing, I'm exfoliating, I bought a clarisonic to cleanse-- but the bumps are still there. I think they might have gotten worse actually. Here are the products I use: Boscia Makeup-breakup Oil cleanser, Purity Made Simple cleanser with the Clarisonic, Peter Thomas Roth exfoliating peel gel (twice-a-week). I use Clinique moisture surge or dramatically different lotion for my very dry skin. Is there another product I should be buying? I need help
Help!! My face seem to have spots that are dry. Somebody know any products that can cure this? I have previously used First Aid Beauty- Ultra Repair Cream and Face Moisturizer. As it helps relieve itchiness due to dryness it isn't enough to make it go away.
Hello Beauties. I am looking for face serum and moisturizer day and night. Special concern about skin glowing and brightening result. I have dry patches and dull no radiant skin and i hate it. Suggestions plz. Thanks
How should I go about introducing skincare products to my younger brother? He's turning 23 in May. He doesn't use any type of skincare products AT ALL. He's autistic so he thinks that skincare is a girl thing and he has this weird compulsion to shave his face. He uses an electric shaver every single day but he legit has no facial hair so all he's doing is irritating the crap out of his skin. His skin is super dry, red in patches, obviously irritated. It looks bad. I want to try to slowly introduce products to him that will first of all help target these problems and then second of all slowly build a very basic skincare routine. I was looking at the Jack Black line and was wondering if someone could give me some feedback on the items I'm interested in or if you think there are other items that would help his situation. First, everyone needs a lip balm!! And he has crazy chapped lips too. This can be a small thing to get him interested but I think he might view this as "lip gloss" and girly. And I hear good things about them as well so I wouldn't mind keeping it if he didn't use it. For skincare I'm looking at the Post Shave Cooling Gel. I get that it's supposed to be for people that use razors but the description of the product is everything that he needs it to be. And of course he'll need a moisturizer, been checking out the Double Duty Face Moisturizer. There are a lot of nice sets but I don't want to invest a ton of money on products he might not even use and I don't want to overwhelm him with all the stuff that comes in a set. I was thinking of just focusing on the bare essentials of what he needs and then if he likes it and uses it I would slowly buy him more. **EDIT: Just want to say thank you to everyone who posted! I had a busy day (business test!) so I wasn't online today. I think I'm going to buy that pack of 3 lip balms so I can keep one. I want to see what the craze is all about.
So I just used the Freeman avocado mask for the first time. I left it on for 10 minutes till it was completely dry. I just rinsed it off, and my face feels like its on fire and its totally bright red. I can outline on my face where the mask was (like around my eyes, around the edges, around my mouth). My face feels like its burning. Any help would be great right now! Thanks!
I'm going to a formal dance and I need a foundation that will last all night. I have very dry skin so whenever I wear foundation, within the hour my face will become really flaky. I'm looking for something high coverage. I just want something that will look airbrushed all night
Hello! So I want to start off by talking about my struggle with skin care. I originally was using the intense hydrating toner, night, and day moisturizer from the body shop which was great and gave my skin a ton of moisture. However I felt like the product contained lots of ingredients that I didn't want on my skin and felt like it was leaving sort of a film! So multiple times I have gone into sephora looking for a new skin care routine and ending up buying the products that they recommend (are pushing for that week) only to find I have wasted money and my makeup looks cakey and gross because my skin is still dry! The last recommendation was the lotus moisturizer but I have noticed it is very drying and my makeup ended up looking worse with this product! I almost feel like there are tons of products in the market that don't do what they say and sifting through them costs a lot of money and time!! Does anyonr know of any skin care lines that have been recommended by a dermatologist or that you can recommend helps with dry skin and has more natural ingredients? I have heard of Sanistas recently but am hesitant to try it since it's not very well known! Thank you!!!
So I have super dry skin. When I say dry I mean kind of scaly looking and yes I drink TONS of water and keep hydrated. As for my skin care routine I wash (Fresh soy cleanser in the morning and Philosophy purity made simple at night) and moisturize twice a day, sometimes exfoliate in the morning with dermalogica daily microfoliant if my skin is looking particularly rough, use origins drink up intensive overnight mask and exfoliate twice a week alternating between a chemical exfoliant and origins modern friction. Luckily it's finally starting to get a little better and I think it's thank to Embryolisse. I haven't been using it long and i'm really hoping it won't break me out, I have problems with cystic acne around the jaw, those pesky little bumps under the skin that never come to a head and just sit there. I use a topical acne treatment which i'm sure didn't help with my already dry skin. ANYWAY to get to the point of this whole thing, I'm looking for a serum to supplement my routine. I purchased the Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Recovery Complex II and have been using it for about a month but it doesn't seem to be having much of an effect, any suggestions? Sorry, I realize this dragged on with a whole lot of information that is most likely unnecessary. Thanks in advance for your help!!!
Hello! I have been looking for a new skin care regimine and have been out of luck after buying expensive recommendations that do nothing at all. My skin is very dry but I don't like an extremely dewy look with my makeup! I have heard of the Sanitas skin care and although it is not well known I have heard great reviews, has anyone tried this line or have a recommendation for other products in an dry skin care routine?
So my mom uses some retinol cream as moisturizer and she recently got me some since my skin has been very dry. She's of course older than me and I thought that using these types of cream on youthful skin could have a bad reaction since it is not made for my age group. Here are the ingredients in the moisturizer: Water, propylene, glycol, cocos nucifera oil, glyceryl sterate, mineral oil, stearic acid, cetyl esters, propylene glycol, diazolidinyl urea, methylparaben, propylparaben, triethanolamine, isopropyl myristate, retinyl palmitate, cetyl alcohol, dimethicone, fragrance, tocopheryl, acetate, disodium EDTA, yellow10 I don't really know anything about ingredients, except for mineral oil and alochol. Doesn't mineral oil age you faster? and doesn't alcohol dry out your skin more? So does anyone know if this cream would have a negative effect on younger skin?
Just a quick question...do you exfoliate and then use a mask in the same evening/day? Or is it best to mask the day after exfoliating? A few days apart? I just don't know when it is most beneficial to the skin. Thanks, Paige.
I've been using Philosophy products religiously and my skins has cleared and the tone evened out (30 y/o .. starting to see fine lines, etc). However, I've recently moved back to Texas and I'm feeling extra dry. I've tried the Glam Glow to boost moisture, but still having issues. I know it's been asked a million times.. but any suggestions for an ultra hydrating mask? Thanks!
This past month as been insane. I took on a new client, so my work has almost doubled & we got a puppy! He's almost 4 months old & just started teething. I've had no time for BT, all my free time is reading puppy books & and stalking the Doberman forums making sure I'm a good mama. While he's sleeping I'm trying to do as much work as possible. So my skincare routine has changed drastically. No more, spending 15 minutes am/pm on my face, honestly I'm lucky if I remember to wash it & moisturize it. Terrible, I know! I can't go to the Rouge event on Sunday, we're old school Ukrainian & follow the Julian Calendar for Holidays and will be celebrating Easter. So I NEED you guys to give me some ahhhhmazing skincare recs. Something to get me out of this rut to want to take care of myself again. It can be anything from a scrub, moisturizer, BB cream... I do use prescription Retin-A 2x a week, my skin is on the dry side of normal, but doesn't like pure oils, and I can only use mineral SPF. I'm in need of a new moisturizer (running low on FAB Ultra repair cream, was thinking of OH sheer transformation but have used it before, so it sounds boring), a scrub without plastic beads, and something tinted I can slap on real quick without setting with powder so I don't look like a total bum while out walking the dog. I do use SPF every morning and am happy with my products. TIA! You guys have no idea how much I've missed you all. I don't even have time to go on IG
i had a treatment for my broken capillaries on my skin so now I'm afraid to exfoliate... What is a gentle exfoliant? can I just use my clarisonic? Is the fresh soy exfoliant considered gentle? I still have some left to use up. thanks!
I have dry skin and am looking for a sunscreen that is almost oily that can go on under foundation. I was using the yellow line of rodan and fields correcting sunscreen which I loved but it was just too expensive. I tried their purple line too unblemish and that sunscreen doesn't run in and makes foundation dry almost cakey. I have dry skin and like to wear light foundation so it needs to be pretty strong moisturizer.