Rachelkeyz Rachelkeyz
2 months ago

For clear skin?

I have rosacea and this routine still breaks me out. What in the ingredients could be triggering this condition?

Bioderma sensio cleanser face wash
AM - Everyday
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Sensibio DS+ Cleansing Gel Bioderma - Sensibio DS+ Cleansing Gel
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Hyaluronic Acid 2% and B5 Duo The Ordinary - Hyaluronic Acid 2% and B5 Duo
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Hydrabio Gel-Creme - Light Moisturising Care Bioderma - Hydrabio Gel-Creme - Light Moisturising Care
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Photoderm AR SPF 50+ anti-redness unifying soothing sunscreen for sensitive reactive skin Bioderma - Photoderm AR SPF 50+ anti-redness unifying soothing sunscreen for sensitive reactive skin
PM - Everyday
1
Sensibio DS+ Cleansing Gel Bioderma - Sensibio DS+ Cleansing Gel
2
Hyaluronic Acid 2% and B5 Duo The Ordinary - Hyaluronic Acid 2% and B5 Duo
3
Hydrabio Gel-Creme - Light Moisturising Care Bioderma - Hydrabio Gel-Creme - Light Moisturising Care
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It could be fragrance in the Bioderma Hydrabio Gel-Creme, so that could be adding to the irritation. Your sunscreen is good, but just because your skin seems very reactive atm, it might make sense to switch to a mineral-filter sunscreen (https://whatsinmyjar.com/search?broad_spectrum=true&filter_type=Mineral%20only&page=2&sortBy=Irritancy). It might help your skin barrier to cleanse only once a day at night. I'd aslo skip the Hyaluronic Acid serum - you should be able to get enough hydration from a moisturizer, and skipping a product is a plus when you are dealing with a reactive skin.

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It can be your shampoo as well. Most of them contain Sodium Laureth Sulfate.

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I just cut out The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid because I was reading some people broke out from it and wondered if it was causing mine as well since my routine is vey simple. It's still too soon to tell but maybe go 1 month without using your HA serum and see?

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I have a bit of rosacea as well and hyaluronic acid triggers redness for me from time to time.

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Same for me lol

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I added a serum with Azelaic acid to my routine. It’s helping. A derm had prescribed Finacea for me a few year ago. That had the Azelaic acid as its main ingredient.

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