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Revision Skin Brightening face wash. AMAZING! That's all I use now.
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Cerave hydrating cleanser.
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Purpose cleanser

Dove sensitive bar

Basis

Neutrogena bar

Cetaphil

I love Purpose and this one that I got from Trader Joes (exfoliating liquid) because they are gentle and remove makeup. I also love Dove.
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I love the cetaphil dry sensitive bar soap and the antibacterial soaps for face and body...Love them both!!! my skin dont feel irritated!! great soaps!!!Wink
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Dove is cheap, simple and effective. The trick is also NOT to use too much or wash for too long. Some sistas spend an hour washing their face. 30 sec is more than enough! Don't scrub your damn face like your scrubbing floors. Be gentle.
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My family has been using Sebamed for the past 2 years, and I never had another sensitive skin reaction since then. It's very mild and it is developed by dermatologists, I know alot of them say they are, but it's not all true, some just have a derm name attached to the brand and the dermatologist has nothing to do with the development of the product. I learned this from one of my marketing friend. 
Sebamed is down to earth about their products, I came across it at Costco once, they had a show going on at that time, and their specialist told me everything about it, really opened my eyes about how to really take care of my skin. 

Check out their videos that teaches you about skin, http://www.youtube.com/user/tvsebamed?feature=results_main
I really wish they're at costco all the time, but now they're at CVS as well, so easy access whenever I need them =) 
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here are some home remedies for dry skin :

mix one egg yolk one teaspoon of honey & 
(a teaspoon of olive oil, if you have)
apply with fingers or cotton ball & leave for 15 minutes
rinse with warm but slightly hot water & rinse again with cold water
pat dry but not all the way, leave a bit wet & add
a little bit of moisturizer where it usually gets dry.
& i say a little, because some moisturizer's can also clog your pores.
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