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I need help with my skin, I have mild rosacea and redness so i try to avoid exfoliating. I use moisturiser too. Do I need to use a face oil, change moisturiser and exfoliate gently all at the same time? 

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Three things might help, if you are not already doing them. 

  • Choose a cream instead of a lotion or gel
  • Never use an astringent or toner
  • Use fragrance-free rather than unscented products (they're not exactly the same)

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3 hours ago, SilvanaW said:

Three things might help, if you are not already doing them. 

  • Choose a cream instead of a lotion or gel
  • Never use an astringent or toner
  • Use fragrance-free rather than unscented products (they're not exactly the same)

thank so much! I bought a rose hip oil and a very soft facial brush. I'm hoping it's going to help. I use a cream moisturiser 

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When it comes to facial with natural products then the skin will not be rough. You can use some home remedies like honey for keeping your skin glow. Honey, when taken internally and externally, is excellent for the skin. Personally, I use honey, Turmeric for my skin and sometimes I do facial in Bluedrake parlor. This parlor uses natural products for facial.

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I use a face brush regularly. Start out gently and see how it goes. Your skin will tell you what it likes. 

 

Good luck.

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I have that problem before, too. Glad I found my now favorite beauty hub in Marietta, GA. Chemical peeling works best to me. They would suggest what kind of peeling requires for your skin type. 

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Microneedling will hurt somewhat. I recommend going to a dermatologist and trying radio frequency micro-needling. The pain is minimal and the results are awesome. They will give you something for the pain if you need it.

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I have mild rosacea and redness so i try to avoid exfoliating. I use moisturiser too. Do I need to use a face oil, change moisturiser and exfoliate gently all at the same time?

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I would suggest trying things one at a time. If you know exfoliating doesn't work well for your skin, skip it for now. Maybe change your moisturizer first and see how that goes. If you change too many things at once, you won't know what is working or what is causing issues.

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If using long needles for microneedling, it might hurt, I've heard. I use 0,5 mm and it doesn't feel much at all. Pain threshold is of course individual; what one think is painful, another person may think doesn't feel anywhere.

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I've got mine before. Instead of treating it myself, I went to a licensed/trusted facial clinic/spa instead. 

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If you are worried about the pain and the depth of the needles, try going to a dermatologist or medi-spa. I think you get better results that way, too.

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Dry skin can also cause skin texture to feel rough and uneven, especially during the winter months. ... This causes dead skin cells to build up; leading to skin that feels rough and has a dull appearance. Dry skin that lacks moisture also feels less smooth to the touch.

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