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Has anybody had good success with the Eucerin Redness Relief Products. My skin is sensitive and it is dry and flaky around my nose and my cheeks look a little red. Would Eucerin Redness Relief help with that? Are Eucerin products better than Olay?

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I know products work differently for every person, but I've never had luck with Eucerin. I've used two different moisturizers, including one that has a pink color on the label and includes SPF. In both cases, I only used it a few times because it made my skin break out. By chance I stumbled across a moisturizer called Complex15 that costs only about $7 at the drugstore. It's fragrance free and non-comedogenic, goes on very light and is formulated to help balance skin's natural moisture--key for someone with combination skin like me.

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Jason -- One more thing. I'm new to this site so I'm not quite sure how all the forums work as far as sending someone else's post to another person, but I just came across a great post by another veteran member: The_Snow_Queen. She mentions Eucerin Redness Relief and its active ingredients and effects on rosacea. Might want to check it out: http://www.acne.org/messageboard/Rosacea-I...ea-t152871.html

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The night cream broke me out. I think that's because its so heavy and contains mineral oils though. The regular one you're talking about might be good though. Check makeupalley.com for reviews.

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I'm sure its great for dry, sensitive or red skin. But its not the best for acne prone skin.

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Hey Jason,

In my experience, stay away from Eucerin. I understand that all skin types are different, but from what I've gone through and what I've tried, get Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion. It's about $8 at the drugstore and it works better than anything I've ever tried. Try applying a bit of lime juice as a toner, let it dry a bit, then apply the moisturizer gently with just your fingertips and allow your skin to heal. Best of luck.

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