I started using the regimen in the summer but I stopped using BP it after a month and a half because my skin was getting dark (and was also still dry). Not from the sun but from the BP, so when I stopped after a week or so the skin got the normal collor and I was clear about 70%. I was still using Dan`s cleanser and moisturizer until recently. Because instead of moisturizer they sent me BP so I was using some other moisteurizer. After 2-3 weeks (two days ago) I started using Dan`s moisturizer again and my skin is much drier and more red, and my neck started to become red and itchy (my neck was like that before after three-four months of use, I just didn`t know from where did my neck got read and itchy). I am not using BP. I thought mosteurizer will calm my skin and nurture it.
So does that mean Im allergic? What is your advice? And I would also like to ask you which other mosteurizers are good?
Thank you very much, appreciate it.
Posted 10 February 2013 - 11:34 AM
Posted 12 February 2013 - 10:16 AM
Hey and welcome to the acne.org community! Is the moisturizer the only thing you've switched in the past few weeks? What exactly is your current skin care routine? I'm a bit confused by your questions...
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Skin Care Regimen
Mornings: Cleanse with Cetaphil Gentle Cleanser, One pump application of BP, One pump of Dan's moisturizer one drop Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Sunblock Liquid SPF 70
Evenings: Cleanse with Cetaphil Gentle Cleanser, One pump application of BP, One pump of Dan's moisturizer and two drops of Dan's AHA+
During Breakouts: Apply 2 pumps of BP and Moisturizer with AHA+ until breakout subsides
Daily: Take multivitamin (WholeFoods 365 brand), probiotics
Makeup: Bare Minerals, wash brushes once to three times a week depending on usage.
Makeup Removal: Swipe jojoba oil to remove eye and facial makeup, wash with Hydrating Cleanser for 4 seconds, rinse, then cleanse for 6 seconds, BP, moisturize
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