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I'm looking for a skincare regimen
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I'm currently using acne medication prescribed by my dermatoligist, and it works great against breakouts but doesn't do anything about the oilyness of my skin.

I recently bought the Bliss Fabulous starter kit, but it's working just okay and I'm not sure if it's effective enough to buy the actual items.

I need a moisterizer with any kind of SPF in it, besides that I'm not picky at all.

 

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Hi,

 

I definitely agree with everyone above and finding the balance within your own skin can be a process.

 

Quick question, when you're using your medicated skincare products does it dry your skin initially and then throughout the day you feel really oily? Or is it always feeling moist?

 

If you feel dry initially, then perhaps changing your cleanser will help to a more of a milky texture. When your skin is inititally tight, your skin will try to over produce to balance you out, but in actuality it makes you oily throughout the day. Now, if you feel your skin is hydrated then for sure a mattifying moisturizer will be best.

 

Peter Thomas Roth Clini-Matte All Day Oil-Control SPF 25

Peter Thomas Roth - Clini-Matte All Day Oil-Control SPF 20http://www.sephora.com/product/productDetail.jsp?skuId=1272806&productId=P266203&keyword=PETER%20THO...

 

Dermadoctor Ain't Misbehavin' Skin Clarifying & Matifying SPF 30 P+++

Dermadoctor - Ain't Misbehavin' Skin Clarifying & Mattifying Sunscreen SPF 30 P+++

 

http://www.sephora.com/ain-t-misbehavin-skin-clarifying-mattifying-sunscreen-spf-30-p-P210823?skuId=...

 

 

Private message me if you have more questions.

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