mads5755 mads5755
6 months ago

Barrier repair and hormonal pimples and blackheads

AM - Everyday
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Moisture Bound Skin Energy Hydration Mist AMOREPACIFIC - Moisture Bound Skin Energy Hydration Mist
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Dream Oasis Hydration Serum Summer Fridays - Dream Oasis Hydration Serum
3
Omega Water Cream Inkey List - Omega Water Cream
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Glamour Clean Toning Micellar Water Makeup Remover Soap & Glory - Glamour Clean Toning Micellar Water Makeup Remover
PM - Everyday
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OIL OBSESSED Oil Cleanser bareMinerals - OIL OBSESSED Oil Cleanser
2
Evercalm Gentle Cleansing Milk REN Clean Skincare - Evercalm Gentle Cleansing Milk
3
Moisture Bound Skin Energy Hydration Mist AMOREPACIFIC - Moisture Bound Skin Energy Hydration Mist
4
Dream Oasis Hydration Serum Summer Fridays - Dream Oasis Hydration Serum
5
Omega Water Cream Inkey List - Omega Water Cream
PM - Once a week
1
ExfoliKate Intensive Exfoliating Treatment Kate Somerville - ExfoliKate Intensive Exfoliating Treatment
2
Good Genes Lactic Acid Treatment Sunday Riley - Good Genes Lactic Acid Treatment
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Hello Mads!

For skin barrier repair, I think you'd need to simplify your routine. Using less products is better for skin barrier because it can have "more space" to come into its natural balance without being constantly disturbed by exfoliants, fragrances and other potential irritants in skincare. I would recommend trying a very simple routine with a broad spectrum sunscreen in the morning, and then a cleanser, a targeted acne treatment (could be a retinoid serum like Differin gel if you can get it where you live, a retinol serum, or if your skin feels sensitive in the morning a more gentle treatment like an azelaic acid serum/cream) and a moisturizer. Ideally all the products would be free from fragrances (natural and synthetic) and essential oils.

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