afrofez afrofez
2 weeks ago

anti ageing while keeping moisturised

The night cream is actually just a standard one from lidl. But that doesn't come up here. I'm trying to keep skin looking good and young well also avoiding ezcema flair ups particularly round the eyes.

AM - Everyday
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Once Face SPF50+ Soltan - Once Face SPF50+
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For Men Maximum Hydrator Eye 96-Hour Hydro-Filler Concentrate Clinique - For Men Maximum Hydrator Eye 96-Hour Hydro-Filler Concentrate
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Q10 Anti-Wrinkle Day Cream Cien - Q10 Anti-Wrinkle Day Cream
AM - Every other day
1
Superdrug Tea Tree Facial Cleansing Wipes Sensitive 25 Tea Tree - Superdrug Tea Tree Facial Cleansing Wipes Sensitive 25
PM - Everyday
1
For Men Maximum Hydrator Eye 96-Hour Hydro-Filler Concentrate Clinique - For Men Maximum Hydrator Eye 96-Hour Hydro-Filler Concentrate
2
Apricot Night Cream Earth Science - Apricot Night Cream
1
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If you suffer from eczema, I'd recommend to switch to fragrance-free skincare. Both synthetic and natural fragrances are common irritants and can trigger the flares. That would mean you'd need a fragrance-free alternatives to: - Soltan Once Face SPF50+ - Cien Q10 Anti-Wrinkle Day Cream (you can skip the day cream if you get enough hydration from the sunscreen. If not, you can use the same moisturizer in the AM and PM) - Tea Tree Superdrug Tea Tree Facial Cleansing Wipes Sensitive 25 - Earth Science Apricot Night Cream. I'll also be cautious with the Clinique eye concentrate, it is not particularly high-risk in terms of irritation, but still it's not eczema-safe. A gentle good moisturizer would give you the same effect without the risk. Some budget friendly alternatives (fragrance-free); - Sunscreen (same brand, different product): https://whatsinmyjar.com/product/soltan-sensitive-face-cream-spf50 - Moisturizer: https://whatsinmyjar.com/product/e-l-f-e-f-happy-hydration-face-cream - Cleanser: https://whatsinmyjar.com/product/boots-ingredients-squalane-cleanser. You could also consider going for a mineral-based sunscreen, it's a safer option for eczema: https://whatsinmyjar.com/product/paulas-choice-redness-relief-spf-30-mineral-moisturizer-for-normal-to-dry-skin

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