Thanks for the input guys! thats good to know about the 5% urea I use it on a night but its way way to thick for the day time, i think im going to start using acne.orgs moistrzer again on a night that gave me no problems but its way to heavey for the day.
I'm really sort of looking for a daytimeish moitrizer, I do use Eucerin anti redness day which works out okay but some days it can look really really green and needs to be mxed with something else.
I was fooled by boots, when I bought the Eucerin night cream online, they have the WRONG ingredents listed, they list the day cream ingredents and when I started using it and having reactions I looked up the real ingredents and found half of them to be what Dan tells us to avoid! so i'm not happy with boots lol!
I just want something really matifying for the daytime but it's really hard to find lol i'll check out the Eucerin Aquaporin Light version! but is there anything okay on the link i suggested, as thats abit cheaper then Eucerin lol
EDIT: just looked up the Eucerin Aquaporin Light, and it has the same thing thats in the night cream that makes my skin go insanely red
'myristyl myristate' has high comsegenic rating and irritant.
doesn't irrtate everyone though
the day cream of the antiredness doesn't have this, im totally baffled as to why the nightcream does, i've had such a bad reaction to it my skins still sore now, yet the day cream is fine just a tad too green, i bought the night cream because its yellow based to mix in with the green for day time use but its just awful, i don't know what else to try
i've seen some good reviews of that site i posted but im really unsure about the ingredents, id love to use the cetaphil lotion as thats easy to get but im pretty sure it's going to be heavy as i need oil control.
thanks everyone x
Edited by Cherries, 10 August 2010 - 01:25 PM.