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Best products for senitive skin - Face

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myfatarse · 31/10/2018 15:24

I've alwasy been a bit hit and miss in a good skincare routine but as it's getting colder (and i'm getting dry skin) and i'm off to on holiday soon so will have access to duty free, i though i would indulge myself and get a few bits - Eye Cream, Face Cream, Tinted Moisturiser, Serum and a mascara.

So what are the best produicts for a 48 year old with senititive skin for these?

And by sensitive skin, i mean that my eyes react to these products as they seem to seep into my eyes and make them sting a little, go a little blurry and watery.

Thanks

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KingIrving · 31/10/2018 18:04

I use Lancôme Nutrix on my son's face when he gets patches of dry skin. It is the only cream that doesn't sting or irritate him.

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myfatarse · 31/10/2018 21:41

Any others

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isadorable · 01/11/2018 01:30

I am your age and blessed with very sensitive skin and eyes and I love Decleor, Avene and la Roche Posay products.

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trigger2 · 01/11/2018 10:36

I’m mid 40’s with sensitive rosacea skin & sensitive eyes. I have history of perioral dermatitis and eczema.
I like unscented products and like CeraVe, Avene, La Roche Posay.

I’ve tried products with essential oils and acids but they upset my skin :-/ I’ve had to stop harsh scrubs and hot cloth cleansing too.

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trigger2 · 01/11/2018 10:38

Sorry meant to say my dermatologist doesn’t rate eye creams, was told just to use regular cream, and also no need for serums.
I do have an Olay eye cream which has a little bit of colour so I use a little of that for my dark circles.

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zippyswife · 01/11/2018 10:41

Avene and plain old almond oil. Boots no 7 protect and perfect bb cream also works well for me.

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thornyhousewife · 01/11/2018 17:15

I love the Muji skincare range for sensitive skin. I use a lightly moisturising toner, light lotion and sheet face masks. It suits my skin more than anything else I've tried and really good value too.

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tierraJ · 01/11/2018 17:43

I like Simple cleansing lotion & Simple toner.

Then I apply Clinique Smart Repair serum followed by Boots no7 spf 15 Beautiful Skin cream - you would need the Normal to Dry one but I use Normal to Oily.

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Racecardriver · 01/11/2018 17:46

I would strongly recommend Jurlique. All of their products are plant based and very good quality. I use their daily lotion which is good for sensitive skin but they have even milder formulations.

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NeurotrashWarrior · 01/11/2018 18:17

I've been reading about Kalme products but not used them yet.

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MustBeThin · 01/11/2018 18:28

I'm 29 and have rosacea/dry skin, best moisturiser I've used is Eucerin 5% urea replenishing face cream.

I recently spent a fortune on that new Estee Lauder eye cream that's in a jar, it's part of the ANR line, after a couple of weeks I ended up with crusty dry skin at the outer corner of my eye. Now I'm back to using the massive tub of Cerave cream as an eye cream 😂 I also use Cerave Hydrating Cleanser

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NeurotrashWarrior · 02/11/2018 08:25

Tried the Eucerin night cream with urea last night and absolutely loved it. Skin much happier this morning. I actually think I could use it in the day too so may experiment with it or look at any they do with an spf.

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NeurotrashWarrior · 02/11/2018 08:26

I used it round my eyes with no issues too.

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Destinysdaughter · 02/11/2018 08:45

Agree with Eucerin and La Roche Posay, effective ranges that shouldn’t irritate your skin. I’ve also found Bodyshop Chamomile cleansing oil good.

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Snog · 02/11/2018 23:29

Glossier.
Game changer.

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Lndnmummy · 04/11/2018 13:21

I use Avene and Eucerin. Also neostrata that I absoloutely adore. Best non irritating male is bare minerals for me. The tinted moisturiser.i also use Mac and Clinique foundations.

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