Night Face Creams for Sensitive/allergy Skin?

Updated on October 16, 2008
E.S. asks from Laguna Niguel, CA
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Hi everyone... I'm sick of trying different products crossing my fingers and hoping I like them and/or they won't cause me to have respiratory or other allergy issues like rashes and puffy eyes, so I thought I'd ask if any of you sensitive skin folks like me have found a great night cream that is preferably unscented and for sensitive skin. I used to use the Dove sensitive skin night cream but since they stopped making it I haven't quite found a replacement. Thanks in advance for your input!

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Years ago I started using Cetafil at my dermatologists recommendation. They also make a thicker moisturising cream I use for my babyies skin. It is thicker, has no scent, and I've used it a time or two on my face when its extra dry out. I suppose it could be a good night cream. Its non-comedogenic/fragrance free/ and derm. rec.

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answers from Los Angeles on

I have skin allergies and very sentive skin. I use Arbonne prodcuts and Kiehls Face Lotion. They are a bit of an "investment" however they work great and last for quite a while. I saw your comment about having issues with your daycare. I have a amazing daycare that I use in Costa Mesa. If you are interested, let me know.



answers from Los Angeles on

Hi E.,

Mary Kay has a classic line of skin care products that are fragrance free and designed for sensitive skin. I have been working with Mary Kay fo over 8 years. Do you have specific products that you are allergic to? I have the ability to search those allergy prone products to be sure that they are not contained in any of the Mary Kay items. Please let me know if I can be of service to you.
Best Regards, V.



answers from Los Angeles on

Arbonne products are great. A friend of mine sells them and if you are interested, I will give you her number. I have Acne Rosacea and since using their products I have not had one problem!



answers from Los Angeles on

cetaphil is what my derma always told me. you can use it to wash, it's good for little ones also, or you can use a small amt as a moisturizer.
When I take flax, fish, or DHA oils, it always helps my skin. I have excema, too.
This is very old school, but you can put vaseline on your face. Sounds weird, but some old ladies I know find it helpful. It does stink tho.
good luck!

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