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For those who skinCARE about their face and body routines. Discover the best skincare product recommendations and get answers to common questions about 3, 5, or even 10 step routines.

For those who skinCARE about their face and body routines. Discover the best skincare product recommendations and get answers to common questions about 3, 5, or even 10 step routines.

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Hello Can someone suggest good skincare products for my mom. She is 42, dry and sensitive skin type, have hyperpigmentation on fac ...read more
Hello Can someone suggest good skincare products for my mom. She is 42, dry and sensitive skin type, have hyperpigmentation on face, dark circles and some fine lines. Please suggest whole routine(cleanser, toner, serums and all) Thanks
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I have some acne scars and I was wondering if there was any skin care that could help get rid of them?
I have some acne scars and I was wondering if there was any skin care that could help get rid of them?
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Skincare recommendations
HelloI have combination skin type and I’m 20 years old. I don’t have any acne or redness on my skin but I have dark circles. I wan ...read more
HelloI have combination skin type and I’m 20 years old. I don’t have any acne or redness on my skin but I have dark circles. I want a skincare which can help in making my skin more bright and clean. I tried using RÈN toner, but it made my skin itchy and red.Can someone suggest me any other toner and if I need to use vitamin C serum. I’m already using glow recipe serum. please recommend Any good under eye cream as well.thanks
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Sol de Janerio
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Reply: I love the red and green bottles but the purple one is not my favorite it's nice but something about the dry down turns me off ...read more
I love the red and green bottles but the purple one is not my favorite it's nice but something about the dry down turns me off
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Guys i need skincare tips and advice
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Reply: @alexisxvll @What’s your skin type and budget? ...read more
@alexisxvll @What’s your skin type and budget?
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teen girls
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Reply: oof, using drunk elephant made my skin really bad  it may just be because i have sensitive skin but who knows 路‍♀️ ...read more
oof, using drunk elephant made my skin really bad 😢 it may just be because i have sensitive skin but who knows 🤷‍♀️
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Dark Circles
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Reply: Hi @Vanc16 and welcome to BIC! Unfortunately, no over-the-counter skincare product can help genetic dark circles. You can ask a bo ...read more
Hi @Vanc16 and welcome to BIC! Unfortunately, no over-the-counter skincare product can help genetic dark circles. You can ask a board certified dermatologist or primary care doctor for treatment options. Plenty of OTC products can moisturize your undereye skin, including your usual full face moisturizer. My undereyes are usually the driest skin on my face. I make sure my whole face is damp (not dripping wet) before applying moisturizer anywhere, to help seal in hydration. If my usual full face moisturizer (CeraVe Moisturizing Lotion) isn’t doing enough for my undereyes, I apply a thin layer of petrolatum balm: either Aquaphor Ointment or CeraVe Healing Ointment, but some folks use Vaseline for this. Petrolatum’s the most occlusive (water loss preventing) skincare ingredient on the market; it keeps my skin moisturized all day. Sometimes in the winter, I layer The Ordinary 100% Organic Cold-Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil 1 oz/ 30 mL under my moisturizer(s). That’s especially nice under my eyes.
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Rosacea keratosis pilaris
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Reply: Here’s some things I’ve tired that really work..Paula's Choice 10% Azelaic Acid 1 oz / 30 ml Tower 28 Beauty SOS Daily Rescue Faci ...read more
Here’s some things I’ve tired that really work..Paula's Choice 10% Azelaic Acid 1 oz / 30 ml Tower 28 Beauty SOS Daily Rescue Facial Spray 4 oz/ 120 mL Youth To The People Adaptogen Soothe + Hydrate Activated Mist with Peptides 4 oz/ 118 mL Topicals Mini Faded Serum for Dark Spots & Discoloration 0.5 / 15 Topicals Like Butter Moisturizer for Dry, Sensitive & Eczema-Prone Skin 1.7 oz / 50 mL Sunday Riley ICE Ceramide Moisturizer with Vitamin F 1.7 oz/ 50 mL Dr. Jart+ Cicapair™ Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 1.7 fl. oz/ 50 mL I have rosacea, dry skin, acne, and perioral dermatitis
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I recommend the drunk elephant moisturizer, and I recommend the recipe toner
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Serum- Vitamin C? Hydrating?
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Reply: I’m new to the Sephora community but definitely Not new to skincare! So, while I don’t think serum’s are necessarily a “necessity” ...read more
I’m new to the Sephora community but definitely Not new to skincare! So, while I don’t think serum’s are necessarily a “necessity”, it doesn’t mean I don’t think they have good benefits that can up your skincare game. Especially with the benefits of vitamin c. I myself have rosacea, acne prone, sensitivity, dryness, and have perioral dermatitis. Needless to say, my skin is picky. BUT, I love trying new things that I think will help my skin. I’ve tried at least 5 different vitamin c serums. They either made my skin burn, or the texture was tacky and too unappealing to use. My last and final serum that I’ve used is OAM Vitamin C Brightening Serum. And when I tell you it’s good.. it’s good. I’m on my 3rd bottle, and it’s done wonders in brightening my skin’s uneven tone and texture. Best part is: it does NOT burn or pill. It has a very light watery texture, has none of the bad stuff, and my skin literally soaks it up. It is a bit on the pricey side. But if you’re willing to spend a few bucks and give a try, I highly recommend it. I’ve recommended it to 2 other friends and they are in agreement. If you want to try a vitamin c serum, I definitely think OAM is the way to go. And it won’t irritate your rosace!
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