I have developed some white bumps under my eye that makes me believe it is milia. Is there any under eye cream that will make it go away? Also under my eye looks like "chicken skin" not sure if this is milia too! Any advice or products I should use? Thanks!
I'm going to start tretinoin cream .025, for refining the surface of my face, fine lines, minor acne (hormonal mostly), reducing pore size/visibility. I have moderately oily medium-tan skin (I don't tan, my face is just medium tan in color). I have been using Roc Nighttime Retinol with some success, but decided, with my Derma, to use the RX. In the past I have used too much and didn't moisturize (I was in my 20's don't judge!) and now, older and wiser, I'm ready to listen. So, what moisturizers have you used at night to help with the dryness and redness, possible initial irritation retina can cause? I will entertain all price points.
IVE BEEN BRAKING OUT LATELY AND STARTED USING PROACTIVE THE PROBLEM IS IT STARTED TO DRY MY FACE OUT SO BAD! TO THE POINT WHERE MY FACE STARTED PEELING. NOW WHEN I WEAR FONDATION IT CREASES REALLY BAD UNDER MY EYES , CROWS FEET AND SMILE LINES. ANNYTHING OUT THERE THAT MIGHT HELP? TYI!!
Hey ladies, I was hoping someone might help me set up a new skin routine. Once I finish using up samples I plan to buy new full size products and really get down a good system. Something like this Morning: Antioxidant product. Sunscreen or Sunscreen moisturizer. Night: Acne product one night Moisturizer Retinol product another night. Moisturizer to go with that. My issue is picking the products and making sure they all pair up. So nights I use retinol I don't want to be using a moisturizer with lots of actives in it that could combat each other or inflame my skin. So I definitely need product recommendations for things. I know I'm super interested in Sunday Riley products, and I won't rule out any good drug store options. Also don't need mask recs, I have so many masks to use up it'll take me at least a year. Thank you, anyone who takes the time to help.
I thought I'd start a thread for people to post issues they're having with their skin that relate to dermatitis, reactions to certain products, skin allergies, and similar issues. I think having a central thread may help for sharing ideas and learning from each other. I have super sensitive skin myself but have been on BT long enough to see that practically everyone has had a skin reaction to some product or another and sometimes sharing with others really helps narrow down the cause and solution. This thread isn't meant to be a place to post about the more common skin issues such as minor acne, wrinkles, etc. that we all experience, but rather a place to post about the more unusual ones relating to specific products/ingredients or longer term ones that are not related to age or hormones such as eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, dermatitis, and just the puzzling things that our skin does from time to time. I'm not an skincare expert by any means and unless someone asserts that he or she is one, this thread is more of a place to share ideas and experiences rather than a place to seek definitive answers or treatment. Other helpful threads: Bite Beauty allergic reactions: http://community.sephora.com/t5/Lips/Bite-Beauty-A llergic-Reactions/td-p/2413760
Okay, so I was thinking of getting the Urban Decay All Nighter Long Lasting spray and HOURGLASS Veil mineral primer. Would use those two products be too much for my skin? I don't want to make my skin more oily nor get more acne because I have too much product on.
I have found nice products for my dry skin problem i believe they are helping but im currently breaking out on my chin daily? I keep using the products but every day i have a new one. they are the painful kind under the skin. do I need to change what I am using or do i need to add a acne treatment? I dont want to get dry again tho.
I am 26, I have very fair/sensitive/oily skin. I finally just tackled the acne issue by using a retinol cream at night (Kate Sommerville's RetAsphere) but no matter what I do, I cannot seem to clear up the congestion and bumps all over my forehead and cheeks/chin and now I see some are appearing on my neck! I have tried the Clairsonic, ended up returning it because it did nothing, I've done a Salicylic Acid Chemical Peel with SkinCeuticals and she convinced me to buy the Clairsonic again a year later - still isn't changing anything. I have eliminated dairy/gluten/sugar from my diet. Exfoliating doesn't work, Josie Maran Argan Oil Moisturizer doesnt work. Glamglow Supermud doesn't work either. Organic/natural products do nothing. I've tried a bunch of different foundations. I'm looking for someone who might have similar skin as me and has had this issue. I'm an actress, so when the camera is close, it's very embarrassing! The photo I have posted is kind of an extreme angle and lighting and the camera REALLY picks up the bumps - it doesn't look that bad when I'm in normal light and at a normal distance from people. Any suggestions are wildly helpful. Thank you!!
Hello, I am 64 years old..and I have wasted so much money on eye products...most promise to help remove the puffiness under my eyes..I know that surgery is the only way to really remove the it... but is there a product that if used over a period of time ... really would work to help l the puffiness under my eyes and even help the eyelids to tighten up.? thank you for your help pam.
Hi! I am looking for a new foundation and think I have decided on YSL's Touche Eclat. I apparently have pretty sensitive skin as I have tried Armani Luminous Glow, Laura Mercier's foundation and tinted moisturizer, and Smashbox Camera Ready BB Water and they all gave me either full on break outs or tiny bumps all over my forehead. Chanel's Vitalumiere Aqua was actually ok, but it didn't provide much cover. Has anyone else with sensitive skin used YSL's foundation? Thanks!
Hi! Ok I apologize for the possible rambling ahead. I need an entire new skin care and makeup routine. For the past 3 months or so my face has gone to hell! It started with those tiny bumps on my forehead and chin area, then my pores got larger, and now I have full on breakouts on my cheeks. I don’t know if it’s hormonal or what- I have had 2 babies in the past 3 years, stopped breastfeeding completely about 7 months ago, and currently have the Mirena IUD.. Getting the IUD out isn’t really an option I’m wanting to explore yet (I am horrible at taking the pill). I was prescribed Ziana by my dermatologist- it worked for about 6 months and then I feel like it stopped working. So right now I am using Cetaphil Oil Control Foam Wash and their Daily Facial Moisturizer. Since starting the was my face has gotten really irritated, red and dry and my breakouts haven’t changed at all. I use the Glam Glow Supermud twice a week, and that will help with the little bumps, but they always come back.. which makes me think it could be my makeup. I use Armani’s Luminous Silk Foundation and that’s about it. I’ve been doing some research and think I know what I want to get, but I am also afraid that I will be too harsh on my skin. My face has become quite oily the past couple months whereas before it was normal/combination. This is what I’m thinking of, I can’t decide on which moisturizer would be good so any suggestions are appreciated: Skin Care- First Air Beauty Cleanser Sunday Riley Good Genes Sunday Riley Luna Sleeping Night Oil Glam Glow Supermud Gross Alpha Beta Universal Daily Peel Makeup- YSL Touche Eclat foundation Sorry for my long post, I am clueless when it comes to anything beauty related. I really appreciate any and all help/suggestions. Thank you!
I'm a 19 year old college student and I have dry skin and my face gets red and little bumps under my skin, a couple red pimples sometimes massive but usually a medium size and acne scares and large pores. I am currently using first aid beauty facial cleanser with my mia Clarisonic and I moisturize with Cerave face lotion but my skin has been getting worse ever since I got back to school. Any recommendations for these issues?
I don't even know where to start...... my skin has always been very smooth and normal until recently. I am 32 and it seems that over the last few months my skin has gone NUTS!! I have these little tiny under the skin bumps that have popped up and will not go away. They aren't pimples but more like an under the skin rash or allergic reaction. They do not itch or bother me at all other than I can't stand the way they look or how they've changed the texture of my skin. Other than this problem I just have the typical problems someone my age would have: beginning signs of aging such as fine lines, larger pores, uneven skin tone/texture, and an oily T-zone. I'm not sure what I'm using that is causing or contributing to the issue so I think I'm going to change my skincare and foundation (I currently use Clinique Beyond Perfecting Foundation). After reading about the issues I'm having I would love some input from you guys. Any and all suggestions on products that I should try would be greatly appreciated. This picture is terrible and I hate it because it's like I'm living in someone else's skin but I wanted to post it so you could see what I'm dealing with here Thanks guys!!
I was using Caudalie Vinosource S.O.S Thirst Quenching Serum last year and my 16 yr old daughter fell in love with it because it's so lightweight on her face. She hates the feeling of any moisturizers on her face or skin. But unfortunately the Vinosource is out of her budget. Do any of you know of a product that is similar in that it's lightweight and doesn't feel like your skin is coated with moisturizer? thank you! BTW I would say she has normal skin with a few occasional breakouts.
Hi guys! I am one of those mid-30's women who woke up one day and went "Ack!!! I have mid-30's skin and need to take care of it!!" Upon the recommendation of my dermatologist (who told me to do VitC in the day and retinol at night), I recently started a new skin regimen (listed below). I'm loving how, within a few weeks of starting, my skin is looking more radiant. I get that the fine lines and minor chloasma will take a while to start to resolve, so I'm not too worried about those just yet. But I have noticed that my nose and, to a lesser extent, forehead have become intermittently shiny (not always really bad, but definitely something that's new). I have read some reports that the shine never goes away, while others have said that the shine goes away after the active ingredients have time to thicken the lower layers of skin. So for now, I'm at a bit of a loss, and I have a few questions for those of you who may have experienced this with the start of a new regimen: 1. Should I expect this shine to eventually resolve on its own? 2. Are there any mattifying products that might help reduce this shine that can be used even if I don't plan on wearing makeup? I am currently treating the shine with Supergoop!'s Defense Refresh Setting Mist with Rosemary SPF 50, which helps, but only lasts a few hours before I have to reapply. Thanks for bearing with me through this long post. Anyway, here's my regimen: AM (daily) - gentle cleanse w/ foreo to remove dead skin cells - toner: Dr. Gross C+ Collagen Perfect Skin mist - Ren Evercalm Anti-Redness serum - Obagi Professional C-Serum (derm recommend) - Obagi Vitamin C exfoliating moisturizer (derm recommend) AM (as needed to deal with flakiness) - exfoliator: Dr. Brandt microdermabrasion age defying exfoliator (free sample) PM (nightly) - gentle cleanser - Luna Oil/Good Genes combo - toner: Murad Vitamin C (as needed if skin feels tight) Thanks guys!
I have been using the first aid beauty cleanser for 2 years and it worked great! Now I am noticing small bumps on my face, when I pick ( I know I shouldn't) they are black head type bumps. What should I try? My skin in very sensitive and more on the dry side, with an oily nose. I don't know what to do.
Hey everyone, I'm looking for a skincare product that would help with combination of issues. I typically use the clique 3 step products but every once in a while I'll have a flair up of bumps on my chin. Anyone have products that work to help with intense flair ups?
I really adore Korres Golden Krocus Ageless Saffron Elixir Serum and I just got done using a full sized container but I dont think I can afford to put down another $98 for another bottle. Is there anything that is as lightweight and an elixir/serum I can put underneath my moisturizer and not so expensive? Or at least a different brand to try something new?
Any suggestions for someone with dehydrated, allergic skin who also gets breakouts, blackheads, and the occasional sub surface bump. I react in the form of eczema to many ingredients and don't do well with natural products. Fragrance really bothers my skin as well.
Hi! I am looking to try new skin care products, and I am unsure whether I should try the DRUNK ELEPHANT AHA Moment set or the SUNDAY RILEY Power Couple Duo: Total Transformation Kit...maybe both? (perhaps that's excessive? lol) For reference I am 25 with combo/dry sensitive skin that is ALSO acne prone (sigh) I have few hyper-pigmentation spots and dry patches. I currently use a retinoid serum and different mild AHA/BHA toners.
I have a very dry, sensitive and acne prone skin. I'm taking medicine right now that really dry out my skin. This is my current regime : - Murad 1.5% Acne Cleanser - Lancome Tonique Douceor Toner - SK-II Treatment Essence - Hada Labo Gokujyun Hyaluronic Acid Lotion - Sunday Riley Artemis Facial Oil - First Aid Beauty Ultra Cream Repair - Elta MD Sunscreen (AM only) I don't know what should I add on my skin to moisturize it because dry skin makes my skin loooks ugly on makeup. Thinking of adding overnight moisturizing mask and eye cream. Or maybe change to a more moisturizing cream for skin. I'm sensitive to fragrance, making me to avoid most of Korean skincare that have bunch of fragrance in it It is so painful till I almost avoid to put water on my skin because it is sooooo painful! My undereye is so red and really dry. I'm so sad with my current skin right now . Thanks for the help