Nighttime Skincare Routine (Oily, Sensitive, Acne-Prone Skin with Scarring)
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  1. I worry about that tight feeling you get after those products. That means you stripped your skin of tge acid mantle, this causes your skin to over produce oil you might notice more oil later in the day. That may be why your skin was raw with the clarisonic.

  2. You are so right! I haven’t been able to find cetaphil facial products in Aus πŸ™ but I use moituriser to take off my makeup. If I use any type of face wash or acne treatment it dries my skin out really bad and gives me a rash. so frustrating. Nivea moisturising face wash is the only was I use on my face. I CANNOT find a mask anywhere that is either fragrance free or moiturising and for sensitive skin – every mask I have tried gives me a rash :/

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  4. @Dermatoid I use Jojoba oil, i use it on the ends of my hair also πŸ™‚
    But i have to cut down a lot since im broke and such, i had to use something cheaper, mybe olive oil or see how much coconut oil cost (that just coconut for my hair only) πŸ™‚

  5. you can use any kind of oil but engine oil LOL
    I use jojoba oil, works will with acne and its very gentle, doesnt burn around your eyes etc. Any kind of oil like vegetable oil realy when you think about it when it comes t taking make-up off πŸ™‚

  6. arg every time I go to the dermatologist and they prescribe something, the pills are always too harsh on my stomach and I end up up-chucking. πŸ˜›

  7. As for the clairsonic, I’ve seen that there is a dupe at Sally Beauty supply. It’s like $30. Maybe you could try that?

  8. Thanks for sharing your advice and information on getting rid of acne and getting clear skin!

    If you have any questions about acne or breakouts let me know… I’m sure I can help!


    David “The Skin” King

  9. I use grapeseed oil to remove my makeup. Like you, I am all about cleansing oil. Grapeseed oil is hydrophilic, so it works just like Dermalogica Precleanse or Laura Mercier purifying oil. And it’s so much cheaper.

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