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What's your skincare routine?

also: cerave lotion o cream?

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>> No.15730158

exfoliating face wash and then moisturiser to last the day. usually olay womens 7 someshit or aloe vera gel

>> No.15730160

wash with water and then apply cerave moisturizing lotion liberally

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CeraVe is tacky and feels gross on the skin. It didn’t do me any favours.

Currently using:
Neutrogena cleanser (cheap and gets the job done)
Bioderma micellar water for sensitive skin (highly recommend)
HydraLife sorbet water essence (lifesaver for very dry skin and flakiness)
HydraLife intense sorbet cream (light and makes the skin feel smooth)
Diorsnow UV shield spf50+ (hydrating and glowy)

For nights, I swap the sorbet cream for Capture Youth Age Delay Advanced Creme. Would not recommend this product but I gotta use it up.

>> No.15730266

AM: Cetaphil gentle cleanser, CeraVe moisturizing cream, purito's unscented spf 50 if I'm going out, pop my Accutane 120mg with breakfast, Aquaphor on my lips and any sensitive or peely areas

PM: Same cleanser, same moisturizer but sometimes I'll use Nivea's Creme (the old school one in the tin).

Once my skin is back to normal I'll add back in tretinoin 0.05% in the PM, maybe switch back to the lotion version depending on how much oil comes back, and use The Ordinary's 30% AHA 2% BHA once a week. Been really interested in Azelaic acid too, might cop TO's AA suspension or ask my derm for a script.

Was on the lotion when my face was a wildfire of acne, switched to the cream when I got on Accutane (my last dose is actually tomorrow). 8.5/10, leaves my skin super soft and overall "healthy" feeling, but isn't the best when you put sunscreen over it, and even by itself I've noticed a little bit of what appears to be pilling. Pro tip, try mixing in a bit of your serum into it and it'll be lotion-esque but whatever goodness you mixed it with. It's really up to preference.

>> No.15730310

Imagine using Neutrogena unironically

>> No.15730372

Any cleanser would do because you’re washing it off

>> No.15730388

Neutrogena cleansers are very good for the price point and are popular for a reason. You should try it sometime. I use micellar water right after cleansing to rid of what’s left and to hydrate the skin.

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i use this and then get pissed off with the copious amounts of dead skin left on my face even after scratching it and scrubbing it with a flannel for 10 minutes

>> No.15730468

castile soap face hair and body bar kind. rose hip oil for face. dr.bauners wonder balm for body, or raw yellow shea butter for body. take damp towel from prior shower, and whipe off excess from face and body. done

>> No.15730484

morning: cold water, neutrogena cleanser, neutrogena moisturizer

night (if I'm feeling icky/touched my face a lot): same as above

>> No.15730487

I'm 27 years old. I believe in taking care of myself and a balanced diet and rigorous exercise routine. In the morning if my face is a little puffy I'll put on an ice pack while doing stomach crunches. I can do 1000 now. After I remove the ice pack I use a deep pore cleanser lotion. In the shower I use a water activated gel cleanser, then a honey almond body scrub, and on the face an exfoliating gel scrub. Then I apply an herb-mint facial mask which I leave on for 10 minutes while I prepare the rest of my routine. I always use an after shave lotion with little or no alcohol, because alcohol dries your face out and makes you look older. Then moisturizer, then an anti-aging eye balm followed by a final moisturizing protective lotion.

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Imagine falling for the (((skincare)) meme, the less you put ambiguous cream crap on your face, the better your face will be you incel faggots.

>> No.15730506

turns out your skin ain't sensitive

>> No.15730513

I have this really bizarre problem with my skin. I believe its called hyperpigmentation. my face and neck are like 1 shade darker than the rest of my body and its really noticable.
the thing is, I rarely go outside and whenever I do I always put on sunscreen without exception. my skin always never gets exposed to the sun.

what else could the cause be? I used to be really pale so I don't know why my face suddenly became dark. its only been like this for about a year. but more importantly, what can I do about it?

>> No.15730528

Why do /pol/ fags love to project?

>> No.15730551

I am not wrong though am I?

>> No.15730556

This maybe a wild guess but have you had any blood work done? Usually that’s a sign with a hormonal imbalance and I mention the bloodwork because you could be developing diabetes.

>> No.15730610

nope haven't done any blood tests at all.

ive just looked up some of the common sings of type 2 diabetes and most of them are applicable to me.
>hunger and fatigue
>Frequent urination and increased thirst
>dry mouth and itchy skin

I suppose I really need to get myself tested.

>> No.15730636

im literally using the same steps for moisturizing and cleaning leather shoes dog just using a moisturizer that doesn't matter if it goes bad since my cells sluff and I can shower regularly

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>> No.15731533

My skin is super irritated at the moment, so my skincare is just products I've used for years/know well and super soothing.
Normally I'd have a couple acids and retinol, but right now my skin is a mess so I do the bare minimum.

>Washing face with water
>The Ordinary, Buffet + Copper Peptides
>Hada Labo, Premium lotion
>DrJart Ceramidin cream
>Elta MD Sunscreen

>Cerave, Hydrating cleanser
>Hada Labo, Premium Lotion
>Purito, Centella Serum (unscented)
>DrJart Ceramidin cream
>Klair's, Rich Moist Soothing Cream

>> No.15731581

Does anyone know any particular foods that should be included in a diet to improve my skin?

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imagine letting yo shit get greasy, pimpley, and dry

>> No.15731627

skincare is snake oil

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Femanon reporting in. Unironically this. Focus more on diet/hydration and regularly washing your hair and body. It'll regulate your face. Perhaps a moisturizer during the drier months.

>> No.15732006

You are both retards. My mother is nearly 60 years old but looks not a day over 40 because she invested in her skincare. I'm taking from her example. Wait til you wake up at 60 and look in the mirror and see your sagging sun blotched faces. You'll wish you had actually fucking done something about it while you were still young.

>> No.15732015

Same for my family. My mom has been consistent about her skincare and even if she's 60 she looks 40 at most. Barely any wrinkles, even skintone, plump skin.
My grandma never did anything skincare wise and she aged really poorly.

>> No.15732017

K well tell your retard mom she could've just eaten right and stayed out of the sun and wouldn't have had to pay the cosmetics jew

>> No.15732023

>stayed out of the sun
you are so fucking pathetic.
Do you just not buy sunscreen either?

>> No.15732032

>HydraLife intense sorbet cream
Hydralife makes my skin burn kek it's not that good for sensitive skins and it's overpriced. I fell for the Dior meme but never again for skin care.

Neutrogena cleansers are unironically great.

>> No.15732033

>Do you just not buy sunscreen
I guess besides wasting your money you want to get cancer too

>> No.15732041

Sunscreen doesn't cause cancer, you illiterate faggot.

>> No.15732045

Morning Routine:
Cerave Hydrating Facial Wash
The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid
The Ordinary Niacinamide
Cerave Moisturizing Cream
Centella Unsenceted SPF 50

Night Routine:
Cerave Hydrating Facial Wash
Differin Retinoid
Cerave Moisturizing Cream

I have dry, sensitive skin. I also want to switch out the niacinamide in the morning for a vitamin c serum.

>> No.15732048


Neutrogena uses a ton of fragrance and drying alcohols in their stuff which is irritating for most people. It might work for you but that would make you an exception

>> No.15732049


Niacinamide is good for hyperpigmentation. I had it pretty bad a year ago

>> No.15732075

I have the flakiest skin imaginable. Recommend me an exfoliator.

>> No.15732094

Holy fuck you're putting more mental energy into your skincare routine than your future financial and social life. Also you're confusing the fuck out of your skin's natural state. I wish you god speed during your withdrawal from all that shit but for your own sake please quit that literal garbage

>> No.15732103

I used to have similar problems, this is my go to routine for keeping my skin smooth and plump:

>TLC Sukari Baby Facial by Drunk Elephant
It's expensive as shit, but the cheap dupe is the 30% AHA + 2% BHA Peeling solution by the Ordinary
>Hydrating serum
Hada Labo Premium is my go to, but any serum with hyaluronic acid will do
Klair's Rich Moist Soothing cream, Cicapair or Ceramidin by DrJart+ are my go tos, but any will do.
>Weleda Skinfood on the areas where I flake the most
My favourite product for flakey skin. Someone the other day was suggesting that the REN baume was similar.

>> No.15732110

It's much better than polluting your face with makeup and shit. You guys wouldn't be saying this shit to a woman about her makeup and yet it's literally unironically
>holy fuck you're putting more mental energy into your makeup routine than your future financial and social life

You can't put a price on your skin.

>> No.15732286

i used to have that problem too. i figured out that my foaming cleanser was way too harsh and drying, and that the serum i was using at the time had way too much fragrance and was irritating the hell out of my skin. i'd reccomend removing the drying and irritating products from your routine, and focus on hydrating your skin and being gentle with it. if you have sensititve skin, a lot of chemical exfoliators will probably irritate you, so i'd reccomend a peeling gel. it's a super gentle form of physical exfoliation that is really good at removing the crusty bits from your face.

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How do I clear up the red around my nostrils? It's more obvious IRL and varies day-to-day. Today it's a bit subdued

It wraps around into my nose so I'm convinced it's some kind of infection. So far I've tried prescription rosacea cream for a month and 2 unrelated antibiotics

Any tips for he permanent milk moustache would also be appreciated

>> No.15732510

I get that tingly feeling too but I like it. I started using HydraLife 8 years ago and it was good at the time. All their products have been replaced and I only just got into them recently. I’m impressed with the Sorbet Water Essence so far. It instantly gets rid of the flakes on my nose and I ordered two more of the Diorsnow UV shield (on sale). It has high spf and makes my skin hydrated and look glowy. I tried the Jelly mask yesterday and it was not good. Very tacky even after washing.

Yaaas to neutrogena cleansers

HydraLife Sorbet Water Essence will save you

>> No.15732514

what are you talking about that's a very simple regimen

>> No.15732802

I have seborrheic dermatitis
Maybe yiu know some good stuff for hair and face?

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