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Sensitive skin

What is the best cleanser, moisturizer, foundation that works for your sensitive, oily, dry, red skin??? Anyone?

If you have rosacea, or your skin is usually red, try Cli...

 If you have rosacea, or your skin is usually red, try Clinque's Redness Solutions system -- there is an entire line of products available for this issue -- moisturizers, foundation, relief creams, etc. Since it sounds as if your skin is sensitive and combination (oily and dry), this should work well for you:

 

http://www.sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P201439&categoryId=B70 (Cleanser)

http://www.sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P271903&categoryId=B70 (Makeup)

http://www.sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P201440&categoryId=B70 (Cream)

 

A good way to try everything would be to get the kit; for the value, you could see which products work and then go from there: http://www.sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P209119&categoryId=B70.

 

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Well I can't speak to the red skin cause I'm not sure if...

Well I can't speak to the red skin cause I'm not sure if that's an allergic reaction, breakouts, or just red from the dry skin but I was having trouble with my skin being oily, dry, and sensitive. I now use Caudalie gentle cleanser and toner, Korres yoghurt moisturizer for oily and dehydrated skin, Lorac ProtecTINT SPF 30 tinted moisturizer for makeup, and Bare Escentuals mineral veil to keep my face matte all day. I absolutely love all these products and they have made a huge difference in my face. I didn't even know that they made a moisturizer for oily dehydrated skin until I went to the Sephora store and had a skincare expert help me. Since I have switched I have had far fewer break outs and zero dry patches. I hope this helps.

Try Boscia...their products are sulfate free and you can...

Try Boscia...their products are sulfate free and you can buy them here at Sephora.  The sulfates in products you are using could actually be causing all those problems you mentioned.  Isn't that lovely?  They also damage your skin and eyes in other ways too and are not recommended by the FDA for any kind of long term use.  And it is not just sulfates that do it.  It is also the many other surfactants such as phosphates and sulfonates.  Check the products you are using, because these lovely chemicals are probably in them.  I'm still trying to figure out what type of foundation to use, so I am not really qualified to help you there as I am sort of experimenting.

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