hiii i have dry & sensitive skin and i'm prone to acne and dermatitis, here are some things about my skincare regimen

products ✧˖°

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$3.99 - $8.99 depends on the size

Micellar water is the best option for makeup remover. All the makeup wipes I've used sting my eyes and irritate my skin, so I prefer this option.

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left: $16.00 right: $15.00

I've used both of these face washes and I really like them both. The glycolic foaming cleanser is for all skin types while the acne facial cleanser is actually for combo/oily. The acne one has salicylic acid in it but, it doesnt dry out my skin.

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$5.00 - $27.00 depends on the size

Clinique sells three versions of this moisturizer for different skin types, this one is for "very dry to dry combination skin". I loveee this moisturizer.

life style ✧˖°

  • wash your hands

this is probably second nature, but its very important to keep your hands clean! (especially if you touch your face a lot/sleep with your hands near your face) if you dont always have time to wash your hands (at school/work) keep hand sanitizer with you or use it when its available to you in a classroom

  • drink less soda

I don't want to be another person that says, "DRINK A GALLON OF WATER A DAY IT'LL FIX ALL YOUR PROBLEMS" because it's just not true. If you drink too much water, you can get water intoxication and it will disturb your electrolyte balance.
Water is very good for you with a normal amount of consumption. Try to trade sugary/caffeinated drinks for water when you can.

here's an article on water intoxication:

  • eat less dark meat

White meat has lower fat, higher protein, and is rich in vitamin B6. Vitamin B6 is beneficial to PMS, aids in maintaining level hormones, and helps treat acne, dry skin, & eczema.

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