Product Reviews by emm2283

Skincare - Body - Paula's Choice - Skin Revealing Body Lotion 10% AHA with Glycolic Acid & Antioxidants

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3 months ago

The packaging is beautiful. That's the only point I'll give it. This just doesn't work for my KP. I had great results with the Amlactin Ultra Smoothing, but I can't seem to source it anymore. This had great reviews so I decided to try it, but no dice. No matter how small an amount I use, this pills up which is gross all over my sheets at night, and it doesn't reduce the …Read more

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Moisturizers - La Mer - Creme de la Mer The Moisturizing Creme

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6 months ago

People love to hate on La Mer because it's hella expensive and trendy, but I love this isht. Moisture barrier repair is a constant thing for me because my skin is big, red, scary mess otherwise, and I loooove La Mer. I'm 32, starting to focus on aging and also have reactive, sensitive rosacea skin, and this never irritates, and consistently leaves my skin feeling dewy and soothed in the …Read more

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Skincare - Body - Unlisted Brand - Moa The Green Balm

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6 months ago

I have rosacea, so I'm very, very careful about what I put on my skin. Generally, tea tree oil is a no-no, but I've had no problems with The Green Balm. Maybe because it's one of the last listed ingredients? I use it as an occlusive when I'm outside in frigid, windy, polluted New York City in winter, and find that it's very soothing and does the job of keeping in moisture …Read more

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Treatments (Face) - La Roche-Posay - CICAPLAST BAUME B5 - Multi-Purpose/Soothing Repairing Balm

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6 months ago

Lots of people with rosacea swear by this, but I am not one of them. I tried it out mid-flare up and made things WAY WORSE. I could feel my skin tingling as soon as I put it on and the redness got worse rather than better, so I had to wash it off and slather myself in coconut oil and my go-to anti-redness and barrier repair products. If you're uncertain, I recommend you avoid it or at least …Read more

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