Product Reviews by ohhhoney
I bought tea tree oil for two purposes, one for spot treating my random acne spots. Use very very little as the concentration is high. Might end up burning sensitive skin instead. 2nd use is to add it into my shampoo, to kill mites and stuff, and to help with dandruff. Works wonders. My scalp stopped itching after two washes.
Pretty pricey but well worth spending on.
I have used the fluide extreme sunscreen and found it to be lightweight, mattifying and absorbs quite quickly. Does not clog my pores and has little to no white cast after application. Suits my subtype 2 rosacea perfectly. However, price is rather expensive for such a small bottle where I stay.
A light green tinted cream with light fragrance. Made my face look extremely oily despite only applying a little. Redness is not reduced in any way, and spf is too low to be used alone. Will not recommend for rosacea skin that is prone to breakouts / subtype 2 rosacea
I don't like that this product has a strong scent. Cleansing ability is alright, gets my makeup off completely but it's can be quite sticky if I wipe and don't rinse with water. Quite expensive compared to other micellar lotions I've tried.
Tried this on my rosacea skin, and it didn't do much to moisturise. Stings a little and the fragrance gave me a headache. Supposed to wipe off excess with a tissue or cloth, but it's not smtg I usually do. Not easy to wash it off. Leaves a residue afterwards.
Consistency is similar to cetaphil but has a lighter texture. Does not foam and has a light stinging effect on my rosacea. After cleansing for a whole month with this, does not reduce sensitivity nor seem to cleanse well enough. You can get cetaphil at a lower price point which works about the same.
I have a love hate relationship with avene thermal water. Facing rosacea that flares from time to time, I will use this to calm my outbreaks. Does a decent job at soothing the skin. However when I use it when my skin is okay, I'll get clogged pores and drier than normal skin. Weird!