Isela
Isela
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Hi! I'm desperate to find a face routine that I will like. I tried the Clinique ID and Clinique cleanser and my face was so sticky. And when I wash my face, it was super dry. What would you guys recommend for me? I think I have sensitive, oily-t zone and am a little dry in my cheeks.
Question
Hi! I'm desperate to find a face routine that I will like. I tried the Clinique ID and Clinique cleanser and my face was so sticky. And when I wash my face, it was super dry. What would you guys recommend for me? I think I have sensitive, oily-t zone and am a little dry in my cheeks.
    Commented 7 months ago
    Yes try the CeraVe hydating cleanser and using a hylauronic acid serum as well as a gentle moisturizer!
    Commented 7 months ago
    This is a great start 👍
    Commented 7 months ago
    I love this essence! I think it would be good for hydration and slight exfoliation.
    Commented 7 months ago
    I love Dr. Hauschka's products for sensitive skin. Her eye cream and face moisturizer is great. Her products are more natural and I've experienced soothing properties from it. You should look into her products! :)
    Commented 7 months ago
    aww i'm not sure why your face would be sticky! i really like double cleansing so i would try doing that (there are some good oil cleansers that are featured/popular here). maybe try DHC cleansing oil followed by the cerave hydrating cleanser?
    Commented 7 months ago
    I definitely recommend the Cerave hydrating cleanser or Make P:rem foaming cleanser (both super gentle and hydrating). If you have sensitive skin, I'd recommend a gentle cream. First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream or Avene Skin Recovery Cream are both really good choices!
    Commented 8 months ago
    Hi Isela! First, I would recommend that you get a pH-balanced, *gentle* cleanser so that your skin doesn't feel dry. The CeraVe hydrating cleanser is really well-loved around here for its budget friendly price and gentle yet effective cleansing abilities!! Also, I think if you have sensitive skin, I'd skip any potentially irritating actives and look for a hydrating serum like Hyaluronic acid – this Ordinary one is great! Lastly, I think you need a gentle hydrating moisturizer... I'd recommend either the First Aid Beauty or the Kiehl's creams, both are non-irritating, not too thick/thin, and popular too :D
    Commented 7 months ago
    Really great recommendations here :)