Oily skin but very dehydrated and extremely sensitive!

(13 Posts)
Indecisivejo Mon 28-Dec-15 15:00:04

Can anyone rec any products for the above concerns? I can't use anything fragranced!

mumsnit Mon 28-Dec-15 15:46:41

I've recently discovered this range in Waitrose amieskincare.com/

I've got sensitive oily skin too and its great!

Wolpertinger Mon 28-Dec-15 17:41:09

Sensitive? Have you tried Avene? Maybe Avene Toleriane for oily skin. Aven has loads of products aimed atsensitive skin, there must be one that will suit you.

Indecisivejo Mon 28-Dec-15 18:00:49

I have tried Avene my skin hated it

Wolpertinger Mon 28-Dec-15 18:20:02

sad

Crunchycookie Mon 28-Dec-15 18:59:29

The waitrose pure range is really good.

Alibabsandthe40Musketeers Mon 28-Dec-15 19:06:57

Clarins blue orchid oil used at night is great for hydrating without adding oiliness.

I use that Amie face wash linked to above, it is very soothing.

vanillabeauty Tue 29-Dec-15 00:17:44

I have sensitive (my skin reacts to changes in water, it hates it when I visit family in another county) combination skin, my skin doesn't react to neals yard (I use the frankensense range, but this maybe too rich?). It also liked the very simple/cheap range in wilko.

lurkingabit Tue 29-Dec-15 11:53:49

Try La Roche Posay, Toleriane range. Shame Avène didn't suit you, it's usually v good.
If you're v sensitive, the fewer ingredients in a product, the better. And simplify your routine. Fewer products with fewer ingredients.

PitPatKitKat Tue 29-Dec-15 15:18:54

NIOD CAIS and MMHC

chanie44 Tue 29-Dec-15 16:27:35

My beauty therapist told me that my skin was dry/dehydrated and so my skin was likely producing more oil to compensate, so I should focus on the dry/dehydration and the oil will sort itself out.

My skin reacts easily to products, so as a previous poster says, I only use a couple of products on my skin;

Cleanser - I found that I was most reactive to this. I use a homemade version on lush 'angels on bare skin'

Serum - vitamin e serum in oil from the body shop.

Moisturiser - vitamin e intensive moisturiser from the body shop.

Don't get me wrong, my skin isn't brilliant, but I find the less I do to it, the better.

Bexicles Tue 29-Dec-15 16:30:20

Have you ever tried the ocm (oil control method) I use jojoba and caster oil and it seems to balance my skin.

KatharinaRosalie Tue 29-Dec-15 22:23:48

Dr Hauschka has a sensitive combination skin range, sounds like this could work for you.

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