good brands for oily and sensitive skin?

Question by liz: good brands for oily and sensitive skin?
for moisturizers , cleansers and toner? also sunblock?

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Answer by Eric S
Hey, i got the same problem here. I have high oily skin and it also dries up sometimes. It’s weird. the climate is what changes it. Anyways, If you are looking for a moisturizer to STICK with, as in stay with it for a LONG time, not switching brands, go for the neutrogena spf 15 oil free moisturizer. There you go, it’s a moisturizer, and a sunblock of 15. Even better, it is greasy free, shiny free, and is not supposed to clog your pores, so in other words, It won’t cause breakouts. There has been VERY good reviews on the internet. Go check it out. Search it on google. You can easily buy this at a local store. Very cheap, ranging from 7-10 dollars. you replace it about every 3 months, depending on how much you use it. Currently, i’m using this my self right now, and i have used it for over 2 years. For cleanser and toner i use proactiv :P, now that, you can’t buy at a store. But hey, there is this cleanser that my brother uses called, “Klear Action”. It is a 3 step process just like proactiv, and it is supposed to be half the price. It includes Cleanser, Toner, Lotion. I would go with this myself, but i can’t because i have proactiv coming in every 2 months where i can’t put a stop to it until my subscription with proactiv is over. Oh, if you still aren’t informed or conveyed, go to … It is the best Dang site on product reviews with people who has experience on products. USE that site ALWAYS when looking for products. I hope this has been a significant help to you. See ya~ and best of luck in finding your right product 😛

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One Reply to “good brands for oily and sensitive skin?”

  1. I used to use Estee Lauder’s Perfectly Clean light cleansing lotion followed by the Clear Difference moisturizer (light green bottle). I’ve been using this for years but am now in the market for more “natural” products. As stated above, I have just managed to “cure” a case of perioral dermatitis (by me I mean my doctor cured it with a prescription of antibiotics) and am now looking for skin care products for my clearly sensitive skin. I am aware of the toothpaste link and have changed to a fluoride-free toothpaste so please don’t tell me it’s my toothpaste. Now while I don’t think my current cleanser/moisturizer was the cause of the rash, I do think it exacerbated it as both are quite heavy on the perfumes.

    I have an oily T-zone but dry patches on my cheeks and around my mouth. I’m starting to get fine lines (gasp!) and have what I would say are medium to small pores, you can see them but they’re not that big (yet). I tend not use soaps as I find them over-drying and need light moisturizers because of the oily tendencies of my skin.

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