Franknkat Franknkat
2 weeks ago

Hydrated, smooth, even toned skin with fine lines minimized is the goal

I'm looking to shift away from Sunday Riley products. I'm crazy about Good Genes, but it's too pricey and I know there are more affordable chemical exfoliant options (too many!). I'm not happy with Sunday Riley moisturizers as they don't seem to hydrate my dehydrated skin enough and I can't stand the CEO strong fragrance. Also would like to switch to a retinal at night and want to add a gentle but very hydrating eye cream. I'm early 40s with some fine lines, dehydrated skin, and somewhat uneven skin tone. Also noticed that if I do not use an exfoliate every day, skin texture is an issue pretty quickly on my nose and chin.

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Good Genes LA - Tues/Th AM UFO - MWF AM Good Genes GA - MWF AM BR P50 1970 - Sat AM Sunday - cleanser and moisturizer only AM and PM
AM - Everyday
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C.E.O. Vitamin C Rich Hydration Cream SUNDAY RILEY - C.E.O. Vitamin C Rich Hydration Cream
2
Hydrating Facial Cleanser CeraVe - Hydrating Facial Cleanser
AM - Every other day
1
Good Genes Lactic Acid Treatment SUNDAY RILEY - Good Genes Lactic Acid Treatment
2
Good Genes Glycolic Acid Treatment SUNDAY RILEY - Good Genes Glycolic Acid Treatment
3
UFO Ultra-Clarifying Face Oil Sunday Riley - UFO Ultra-Clarifying Face Oil
AM - Once a week
1
Lotion P50 Original "1970" Biologique Recherche - Lotion P50 Original "1970"
PM - Everyday
1
Ice Ceramide Moisturizing Cream SUNDAY RILEY - Ice Ceramide Moisturizing Cream
2
Seriously Soothing Cleansing Cream ACURE - Seriously Soothing Cleansing Cream
PM - Every other day
1
A+ High-Dose Retinoid Serum SUNDAY RILEY - A+ High-Dose Retinoid Serum
1
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I don't think you're meant to use glycolic or lactic acid in the day as it makes your skin more sensitive to the sun, so can lead to premature aging. But maybe Google it.

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I have heard that before, but according to Sunday Riley it can be used am or pm. I do use spf daily as well.

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