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Eminence SPF 30 Red Currant Protective Moisturizer, 2 Ounce?

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3rd Jan 2021

I am so sorry I did not include this comment:

  • Skin Type: Redness prone, extremely sensitive, acne-prone, oily, Rosacea
  • Skin Concerns: Redness, acne, reactivity
  • Skin Goals: Clear, less sensitive, redness controled

Please take this with a grain of salt, these tips are specific to me but I hope you can takeaway something helpful for your routine! The biggest take-away for Rosacea is, you can not get it under control without prescription medication.

AM Routine:

  • Washing Hand like you’re about to perform surgery, room temp/cold water
  • CeraVa Foaming Facial Cleanser (Seems sticky at first, but is a beautifully gentle foaming cleanser – I wouldn’t use anything different ever again. Cannot reccomend this enough. I was using Cetaphil Redness prone cleanser and it doesn’t even come close to comparing. I makes my skin cleaner, feel smoother, and less irritated. I don’t feel like it takes my skin with it when it washes off. You can scrub hard ((you shouldn’t)) and skin won’t react)
  • Glyone Enhance Brightening Solution (Toner replacement, super light, drys quickly, makes my skin a little tingly or itchy on acne for until it tries)
  • Azelaic Acid Gel (Prescription for acne, thick and doesn’t spread well, smells like old people)
  • Avene Tolerance Emulsion (Moisturizer, a little thick but wears well – Doesn’t make you look shiny or oily. I enjoy wearing this with makeup)
  • Collagen Gel under eyes (Not derm recommended but I use for under eye wrinkles. Smooth and a little too gel-y, but I use less to mitigate that)
  • CeraVe AM Facial Moisturizing Lotion (SPF30) (Not my favorite, smells like sunscreen and doesn’t spread easily) —> I am switching to Eminence Red Currant Protective Moisturizer

PM Routine

  • Washing Hand like you’re about to perform surgery, room temp/cold water
  • CeraVa Foaming Facial Cleanser
  • Metronidazole Gel (Rosacea, super gelly but spreads well. This is a perscription)
  • Cerave PM Facial Moisturizing Lotion (Favorite forever, so thin and lights. Spreads well. Smells lovely. Never irritates my skin)
  • Langeige Water Sleeping Mask (Maybe once a week if my skin is looking dry. Cooling, calming, thicker but airy, smells like divine perfume)

Recommended Products:

Dermatologist Opinions:

  • Less is always going to be more
  • Exfoliate at most, once/week – with a gentle exfoliator (I use Dermalogica Daily Superfoliant)
  • Does not believe in Toner, I’ve been using the Gytone in replace of toner and it’s been a noticeably positive change
  • Gauze pads for your toner (or whatever you use on this step), not the cloth nail polish pads, not your hands, not fabric.
  • Products with oil will make me break out
  • CeraVe > Cetaphil
  • Wash your face cloths separately from your laundry, use Tide Free & Gentle (or the like)
  • Do not use drier sheets for face cloths