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redleaves

Can anyone please recommend me a moisturiser for sensitive skin?

I have tried L'Oreal and Olay but they make my eyes water after about an hour.

I have recently started wearing a CPAP mask at night so would like something to soften and hydrate my skin throughout the day.

thank you

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VVV

Cetaphil

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Jenflea

I like the Essano rosehip  oil range. I use the oil at night and the day moisturiser in the day. 

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LadyGreyTea

Cetaphil or QV or Aveeno Moisturiser .

 

I used to use Sorbolene as a kid but hated the texture.

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FeralGiggelosaurus

Aesop Fab Face Oil.

100% the best thing I have ever tried. 3 of my girlfriends now use it after trying mine, its amazing.

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José

I like the eminence night cream

 

For day I use a payot sensitive skin one. 

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Lou-bags

DH has a tub of QV intensive moisturizer and my skin is loving it. 

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solongandthanksfor

technically face and body moisturizers aren't meant to be for the eyes. if you just slather it on the whole face like I do you are better off using a serum instead.

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Prancer is coming

Beauty and the Bees.  Lots of natural stuff for your skin to soak up.  

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TheirMum2

My DD8 uses CPAP. We use Australian Bush Flower Essence Calm and Clear every day. This cream keeps her skin very soft and if she gets dry under where the mask touches her face we just use it a couple of extra times a day. I have tried many others over the past 8 years and none have worked as well as this. They also have an extra strong Emergency Cream which is great if her skin gets really dry.

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CaSPer79

I have sensitive skin and have tried lots but at the moment I am happy with Moo goo. Only one that hasn't made me break out in a itchy rash so far.

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Tiara15

Cetaphil or QV or Aveeno or La Roche Posay

I have used cetaphil for years and use Aveeno on DD

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Gumbette
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Our GP suggested Cerave as DS has extremely dry, sensitive skin. However in saying that you shouldn't be putting a moisturiser too close to the eyes as it travels.  Kiehl's avocado eye cream is really rich and doesn't irritate even when I accidently rub it directly into my eyes.

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Greatmum

Only one I can use moo goo. 
 

bit no moisturiser should b near your eyes 

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WaitForMe

QV face moisturiser.

I also found the whole family's skin improved considerably when we started using QV shampoo and conditioner.

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nom_de_plume
11 hours ago, Gumbette said:

Our GP suggested Cerave as DS has extremely dry, sensitive skin. However in saying that you shouldn't be putting a moisturiser too close to the eyes as it travels.  Kiehl's avocado eye cream is really rich and doesn't irritate even when I accidently rub it directly into my eyes.

I use CeraVe. It's a great product.

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rosie28

The Ordinary Rosehip Oil. I have sensitive acne prone skin and it works beautifully. 

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Silverstreak

Nivea moisturising sunscreen 50 plus. Good for my sensitive skin and comes in a huge bottle.

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