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    Posted: May 12 2010 at 7:16pm
Okay ive tried everything i could think on my skin and it leaves my skin in the worse state its been times when i couldnt go outside because of the products i have use on my face...omg the horror!!!! so anyway i went to the doctor and he told me some over the counter products to use and that was a failure... soo ladies can you help????
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What exactly are you looking for? Cleansers? Moisturizers? Products for blemishes?
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what have you tried so far?
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A sensitive skin is a thin or a fine-textured skin. It reacts quickly to both heat and cold; therefore, it sunburns and windburns easily.If you have this type of skin, use sun-screen lotions or creams. Choose products that do not contain potential allergens such as fragrance or PABA sunscreens. Wash your face with mild baby soap, rinse thoroughly and pat the skin dry with a soft towel; do not use rough towel.
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I have very sensitive skin because I have eczema. So I have to use everything mild on my skin especially on my face. My skincare regimen is twice daily I use St. Ives apricot scrub on and rinse and use Clean and Clear daily face moisturizer. The apricot scrub is gentle enough to use everday.  Try using something mild and hypoallergenic.  Good luck
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I have sensitive, dry skin-everything breaks me out and when something seems to work, a week later I start breaking out. So far Aubrey Organics has been working-I have the lotion cleanser, the sensitive skin cream and the moisturizer for dry skin. Fingers crossed, so far so good and my skin looks great!
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for your body dive unscented is the truth... olay products kill my skin... ugggh.... on my face i either use st ive apricot scrub, clean and clear face wash... the slightly blue container thing... and cetaphil face wash. eucerin is a good lotion... product in ggeneral... st ives collagen or the oatmeal lotion is good and very moisturizing with the oilyness....
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i have super sensitive skin as well, but you should really try giving your skin a rest. all the products/new products could just be aggravating the problem. My skin got better with 2 things: leaving alone (some days just splashing water) and a bit of argan oil before bed.
Now i just have some dark spots, but acne is becoming "remember that time" 4 me.
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Use the blemishes treatment for the sensitive skin. It is safe, effective and painless. Use the laser technology for the skin. Cover the blemishes after the small leaser treatment.


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Hey! 
I think instaed of taking any doctor adivce you should search for any natural product. Medicines are hot in nature that causes skin damage. I will simply ask you to use soap with http://www.apintlfz.com/main_products.php?id=Palm-Fatty-Acid - palm fatty acid . It will not harm you in any way because its a natural product but will surely improve your skin and give glow.

http://www.apintlfz.com/main_products.php?id=Palm-Fatty-Acid


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