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  • face super dry help

    All this cold and wind is so dry. The face creams I have been using isn't strong enough. Seem to need something for really dry skin.

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    How about Weleda EVERON® Face Balm?

    http://usa.weleda.com/our-products/s...face-balm.aspx
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    • #3
      I don't have any recommendations for specific face products, but I always wear a ski mask when I have to be outside in the cold or wind and that has helped tremendously.

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      • #4
        I use Johnsons Baby CREAM (not lotion) on my face after I shower or wash my face. I tend towards dry skin anyways and this is the only stuff that works on my face to keep it from being flaky-dry.
        A few things hydrate better...but I wouldn't want them on my face. Like Aquafor...it's deep hydrating vaseline like goo...works fabulous for cracked skin but I wouldn't want a greasy face.
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        • #5
          Wash with a good moisturizing cleanser (I use one by neutrogena that calms redness and irritation). Moisturize by night with a good night cream. In the morning wash with the cleanser, then moisturize by day with a good SPF moisturizer. Don't break the cycle. When riding in the cold wind or working on the farm on cold windy days, add a thin top layer of vaseline to prevent dryness and chapping.
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          • #6
            I cheat and use vasaline. It feels absolutely disgusting until it soaks in, but it works great.
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            • #7
              Gold Bond Ultimate cream. Loff the stuff for the chapped and cracked! Deep moisturizing without being greasy (is glycerine based, unlike cocoa butter or other oils)
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              • #8
                I posted Intensive Hydrating Masque on another thread today.

                Helps me save face.
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                • #9
                  Your face doesn't HAVE to be exposed. Wear clothes on it. Several options besides traditional (and scary!!!) ski mask.

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                  • #10
                    Go to an Avene counter and ask for the moisturizing BALM. Get a couple of samples to be sure it's what you want and then buy the big one. Works fantastic, but is super moisturizing, so be sure it's what you need first. Great for heels, etc too.

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                    • #11
                      Nivea Cream, in the dark blue pot, morning and night, Dermatone during outdoor day time.
                      http://www.dermatone.com/store/pc/vi...2&idproduct=29
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                      • #12
                        I purchased a roll-on vitamin E stick from GNC and use on the dry areas of my face, then apply a layer of my daily moisturizer. It keeps my face from being dry all day. I have also mixed a small amount of Aquafor with my regular moisturizer and it works well.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by t. nason View Post
                          All this cold and wind is so dry. The face creams I have been using isn't strong enough. Seem to need something for really dry skin.
                          kind of on the same vein...if your cleaner for your skin leaves it feeling tight....it's too strong...this stripping of the skin leaves it vulnerable to over drying in the winter...I use Vaseline around my eyes and lips at night...am suffering right now from an impressive wind burn on my forehead from THREE days of carrying buckets of hot water to frozen solid Auto Waterers...

                          it's a warm soft washcloth and Vaseline for me tonight
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                          • #14
                            I slather Aquaphor on at night after my shower, while my face is damp. It pretty much disappears by bedtime and isn't that gooey. In fact, I use it "all over" after my shower in winter. I have really dry skin and that is pretty much the only thing that works well for me. Aveeno is pretty good for daily use, too.

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                            • #15
                              Whatever product you use, make sure to put on moisturizer, preferably with sunscreen, BEFORE you go outside, not just at night after or just after you shower. That alone can make a huge difference.


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                              • #16
                                Ditto the GOld Bond! And their SPF 15 lotion is great for daytime use.

                                Question about the vaseline- doesn't it cause breakouts?

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                                • #17
                                  Aquanil is a great cleanser for dry skin. You don't have to actually rinse it off with water, you can just wipe it off with a tissue or cloth.

                                  http://www.drugstore.com/products/pr...=29904&tab=1#1

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                                  • #18
                                    Originally posted by spaceagevalkyrie View Post
                                    I cheat and use vasaline. It feels absolutely disgusting until it soaks in, but it works great.
                                    Same here. When it is super cold and windy, I wear Vaseline to the barn. I also do regular moisturizer in the am and before bed. My body also gets very dry...it is not exposed, esp. in the winter :LOL: ...so I put on baby oil when I'm in the shower. It seems to help.
                                    Beth

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                                      So glad to get ideas. Wish I could use vaseline but never been able to.

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                                      • #20
                                        Calendula Cream, I use Jurlique, it is a miracle!
                                        My son who has extremely dry skin and excema uses it and it makes the dry redness go away completely and heals it.
                                        It's expensive, but I will not hesitate to buy him more when he runs out.

                                        http://www.jurlique.com/invt/9102800
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