Hi all, I just started using makeup about a year ago.I used Neutrogena Illuminating Tinted Moisturizer for a while. My skin for the most part, was a nice combo of normal and oily. I eat right, exercise regularly and took vitamins. I wash my face every night. It wasn't until this past summer when I started breaking out more and getting oilier. S o I started using Clear & Clear Deep Cleaning Astringent like I should be, toning my face after every face wash. I also moved to NYC where there is so much air pollution (could that be something?) I also slacked on eating and exercising right, but I have that back together. At that point my acne got worse that I had to completely change my products. I tried the Murad Acne & Aging Skin Solution Kit for a few weeks but just currently use the Clarifying Cleanser. Right now, I use Laura Mercier Oil-Free Tinted Moisturizer and bareMinerals Correcting Concealer. I read that I should use a primer so I settled for bareMinerals BB Primer-Cream, except that it made my skin extra oily and so I stopped using it. I also use Simple Replenishing Rich Moisturizer as a moisturizer and First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Pads every night. My question is what skincare regimen can I adopt to combat my oily, sensitive, acne-prone skin? And which makeup products won't cause me to breakout? And am I using the right products? Any help would appreciated. Thanks!
Is there anybody used to use Sheshiedo Benefiance Wrinkleresist24 Emulsion night and Kielh's Rosa Artica Cream? which one is good for sensetive/oily skin? or Do you have any suggestion besides those two?
Hello there! Since I was 15 years old (now I'm 34) the only problem I had was T-zone oily skin so I used Lancôme Hydracontrole for years, then they replaced for Lancôme Pure Focus, they finally discontinued Pure Focus, I contacted Lancôme and they were useless, they said they didn't have any other replacement. I really would like to stick to Lancôme if you know what product I could us. My only concerns are the tzone oily skin and I really need some SPF. Any advice will be truly appreciate it! Thank you!