alinar alinar
2 months ago

I have really bad skin routine and want to buy new products ASAP

Hi, on every day basis I use bioderma cleanser and Vichy 89. Today I found out that bioderma has a lot of irritating ingredients, and that “my routine lucks of a good moisturizer that would be able to support my skin barrier” and also lucks of a sun protection product. I’ll briefly explain my skin situation: light skin, acne on the cheeks (mostly subcutaneous pimples), sensitive skin, dry (mostly around the mouth, nose, and forehead), sometimes red spots around eyes, and itchy skin. I think my skin lucks of a good moisturizing products but have no idea what cream or gel to buy because I really scared to try smth new for my skin routine. Preferred textures: light water creams, gels, etc. Could someone recommend any new products? (Moisturizers, sunscreens, etc.)

AM - Everyday
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Sebium Foaming Gel Pump Bioderma - Sebium Foaming Gel Pump
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Minéral 89 Hyaluronic Acid Hydration Booster Vichy - Minéral 89 Hyaluronic Acid Hydration Booster
PM - Everyday
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Sebium Foaming Gel Pump Bioderma - Sebium Foaming Gel Pump
PM - Once a week
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Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% The Ordinary - Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1%
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If you’re looking for a lightweight moisturizer I have seen really good reviews from neutrogena hydroboost. But i woukd think u need something more moisturizing like i use the cerave lotion wich is great so u can mix thoose like hydroboost in the am and cerave pm and on dry spots. The itching means ur skin is irreteaded so i woukd recommend looking up skin barrier and how it works. For example since ur skin is irreteaded i would heal my skin barrier first before i put in any actives since that can cause irratition. But an active that would work to start with even now is niacinamide since it helps with oil control and u have both dry skin and acne so it could help with that

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Also i would recomend the inkey list oat cleansing balm since its not harsh and washes but also helps restore the skin barrier

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