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Good to know...I have sensitive skin too so I might have to try that. I've been experimenting with oils and I had settled on vitamin e oil in the morning and emu at night and it's been working pretty well...
 
The emu leaves a nice radiant glow buuut it's so thick and has a faint smell (not bad just different) so I don't know about wearing it any place other than to bed.  So far I seem to have less blemishes and fewer breakouts than with creams I've tried. I've just ordered some coconut oil so we'll see how that goes.
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I will for sure try it,thanks ladies
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Cetaphil is great for my eczema and dry skin
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I'm using Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream right now & it's working pretty well.  This has been the only thing that seems to soothe my extra sensitive skin.  It moisturizes well & helps to keep the forehead pimples from the dryness & flaky skin under control.  Also, it's fragrance free & has no color. Smile
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ambi even and clear and cephil i think thats the name but itss for sensitive skin and it does the job
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check out the rx or brown skin line

i just ried it and i luv it and since you have dry skin i think it will work better for you
fo for hte bright and heazlthy line moisturizer
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The Body Shop Aloe Vera line is EXCELLENT!!!  I have tried Aveeno, Eucerin, Neutrogena, Murad, Clinique, Philosophy, ...etc.  All made me break out or was not moisturizing enough.  I hit the jack pot when I rolled into The Body Shop. 
Give it a try!!!
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I switched to jojoba oil after having some problems with my tried and true Mario Badescu :( Decided to go as natural as possible. So far the jojoba oil has been working-the pure jojoba-I purchased some from my local bss and it broke my skin out, I think because of the other oils and fragrance. I got the pure one at Whole Foods and I'm very happy with it.
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I love Aveeno's moisturizers. They work really well for me. Cetaphil is good for dry skin too.
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I forgot to mention, raw, unrefined shea butter is excellent for moisturizing the skin. It helps even out skintone as well.

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