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Emily WCombination (oily T-zone) and acne-proneI have, in general, kind of terrible skin. Enlarged pores, hormonal acne (oh, I have stories about AcneFree and Proactiv and all the things), post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation/red acne scars, gets dry in the winter, oily T-zone all of the time, getting some crow's feet and all that, and definite sun damage. And wow, writing that out is really eye-opening... My skin isn't super sensitive, but I don't like to over-do it like I did with different acne treatments. My main goals are really to take care of some of the damage, keep my pores clean and small, and have a more even, makeup-friendly complexion. Anything beyond that is a bonus.
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Beth ZCombination (oily T-zone) and normal to dry skin on the rest of my faceMy skin got terrible after I started using the Clinique skincare line. I got dry spots in the winter and really bad cystic acne on my chin. I have never had great skin, but I've never really taken care of it well, either. I have a lot of sun damage around my nose, and my skin is rather sensitive. I have dark circles under my eyes, which is something I'm really focusing on finding a good product to help with. Mostly, my goal is to have brighter skin that is soft and doesn't "need" to be covered up.
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Beth PSuper dry skin, very sensitive, rosacea on the cheeks/noseI have really really really dry and sensitive skin. I've mostly just ignored it in the past but decided maybe there was something I could do about it. I do have rosacea so I experience redness/flushing/sensitivity frequently. My biggest trigger for rosacea is alcohol but almost anything can set it off. I avoid all products with alcohol, witch hazel, shea butter, and anything too drying or harsh. I'll buy almost anything that says it treats redness.
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Alison KExtremely sensitive, recently acne-prone, occasionally dry/flaky, rosacea on cheeks.. I had perfect skin through my teens and twenties (I know, I KNOW) until I hit thirty. Around that time, I began experiencing bouts of cystic acne (which have gotten worse in the past year or so). I'll be starting Accutane this month (after trying numerous other prescription treatments). I have mild rosacea on my cheeks and tend to flush with alcohol. My skin is also extremely sensitive; I'm trying to discern what my particular triggers are (fragrance is definitely something I avoid).
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