What's a Good skin care line?

I have combination oily-dry skin that is acne prone and very sensitive and gets dry and flakey. I know, really bad. I'm looking for a good skin care line (like proactiv. but not dont recommend proactiv :D ) Anyone know of a good one?

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  1. nolyroly... says:

    Good skin care line, or beauty products are not the answer. They are a billion-dollar business and can do more harm than good, since you don't know what ingredients you're allergic to.

    Good SKIN CARE, good genes, and all the healthy foods you eat from Mother Nature.
    IF A PRODUCT IS LABELED "ALL NATURAL" OR "ORGANIC," IT'S PROBABLY HYPOALLERGENIC.False
    Remember, poison ivy is all natural, too! But you probably don't want it on your skin. It is very possible to have an allergic reaction, or other irritation, from products labeled "all natural" or "organic." For example, lanolin, from sheep's wool, is a common natural ingredient in some moisturizers that sometimes causes allergic reactions.
    You may also need to watch certain "all natural" products that contain substances taken from plants. These products may be more at risk for bacteria. Since these products contain no preservatives or have non-traditional ones, your risk of infection may be greater.

    EVEN IF A PRODUCT IS LABELED "HYPOALLERGENIC," IT MAY CONTAIN SUBSTANCES THAT CAN CAUSE ALLERGIC REACTIONS.
    Good thinking! Question 6b is True!
    After all, people are individuals. And there's no telling what any individual may be allergic to. According to the cosmetic industry, "hypoallergenic" means "less likely to cause an allergic reaction." But dermatologists – and consumers who have allergies – know that the word "hypoallergenic" on the label is no guarantee against an allergic reaction.

    CHOOSING PRODUCTS WITH THE CLAIM "DERMATOLOGIST TESTED" IS A WAY TO AVOID AN ALLERGIC REACTION OR OTHER SKIN IRRITATION.
    Nope! Question 6c is False!
    "Dermatologist tested" doesn't really tell you much, does it? It leaves you wondering about things like:
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    • Did the dermatologist work for the manufacturer?
    • How many people was the product tested on?
    • How long did the testing last?
    • What were the results of the testing?
    Any kind of facial wash, you're leaving something toxic behind, it's not a matter of convenience, it's a billion dollar business that can do more harm than good to your acne.

    Take a shower everyday, use washcloth to exfoliate and bath & body wash. Hydrogen peroxide does wonders for acne. Visit their website for more tips & other uses. ONLY $1.

    Acne medication could worsen what ever allergies you have, so instead of trying out one product after another, you're actually spreading it around.
    The less products you use, the better for your skin. Use a bath & body wash like Suave, Irish Spring, Dove Body & Face wash in the shower, use a washcloth. Treat your face like the rest of your body, take a shower everyday or wash your face everyday.

    The secret is keeping your face clean and oil-free. I also don't use liquid on my face for anything, and very little moisturizer, not even a dime size. Since my face is not dry. Good skin also comes from your good genes. Increase your fresh fruits & vegetables 3-5 servings per day. And programmed your mind to do this day after day, for the rest of your life.

    The beauty industry is a billion dollar business, they know acne is everyone's problem, but instead of saying soap is drying for you, they have to invent an acne product that can worsen the skin as MANY TEENAGERS have experienced during hormonal change, but as you get older those are completely a waste of time & money!

    Sometimes just the oil on your face from make up and lotions, even from your hair can travel to your face causing acne to come out. Others, from stress, hormones & diet or foods.

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  2. Sur La Mer says:

    Skin care is most important for all humans because we are all looking nice so according my personal tips I suggest to you nolyroly I think it provide help to you come out from hectic skin problem. My beauty tips related to changing eating and drinking habits and also related to make up and facial beauty to follow the following tips all types of skin remain fresh.
    1-Add one teaspoon of honey in a glass of water and take before breakfast in morning.
    2- Do not use soap.
    3- First message you face with the mixture of lukewarm water and face wash.
    4- Now wash with simple water.
    5- Keep your towel separate do not use others.
    6- After removing makeup clean you face properly.
    7- Use base or cream according to your skin type.
    8- Do not use any sort of cosmetics that is harmful to your skin.
    9-wash you face at least twice a day.
    10- After removing makeup always use cleanser.

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  3. Adelaide says:

    exubarence's product is good skin care line, i use this and its working because its Infused with 70-98% certified organic ingredients. your skin is oily dry and very sensitive. you may try this.

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  4. ? says:

    Aveeno

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  5. Zootles says:

    Clean & Clear products.

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