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By Tomatoe Face / Tuesday 22 April 2014 05:31 / United States - Antioch
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By  littlem91  |  37

Some people with sensitive skin can find those "natural" ingredients worse than the chemicals that are supposed to be bad. I do sometimes. But I also know if you have sensitive skin and are trying a new product, you ALWAYS DO A PATCH TEST. OP learn from this. I test near my elbow, then on a small section of face if unsure. Slathering it on your face is asking for trouble!

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  littlem91  |  37

Some people with sensitive skin can find those "natural" ingredients worse than the chemicals that are supposed to be bad. I do sometimes. But I also know if you have sensitive skin and are trying a new product, you ALWAYS DO A PATCH TEST. OP learn from this. I test near my elbow, then on a small section of face if unsure. Slathering it on your face is asking for trouble!

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One thing that actually really helps me with breakouts is African Black Soap, the kind wirh only organic ingredients. I think you can get it at Walgreens. (Just in case the OP or anyone else needs a new product to try, lol).

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  KVKdragon  |  37

Honestly, just try to find a product that works for you personally. All those ads saying that their lotions and acne remedies work for everyone are being intentionally misleading (it's never a guarantee). For me, I use Aquaphor (petroleum jelly with mineral oil) and clindamycin phosphate facial wipes to relieve my acne. I also use Acne Free ™ facial cleanser (with their affordable electronic spinning brush) after I shave to prevent or deter folliculitis

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  hannahhlizz  |  37

After I stopped using so much shit on my face and just started using literally just water and bioderma my face completely cleared and I haven't had a breakout since. I was born to be lazy.

By  LCPLStewie  |  38

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  LCPLStewie  |  38

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  RabbitOfAurora  |  38

#2 You should never use hair removal cream on or near your genitals. It states that on every packet ever. A big YDI for your girlfriend. Tell her to stick to shaving and professional waxes.

By  dawnimus  |  35

I have the same issue with "super sensitive hair remover" - I just avoid anything perfumed these days and use plain aqueous cream as a moisturiser. Never found a face mask that doesn't itch horribly. Sensitive skin sucks, good luck OP.

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  littlem91  |  35

Hmm, my problem with hair removal creams is I think I could leave them on until I had chemical burns and they'd still only have removed 10% of my hair. Mine must be stubborn.

By  yoursucklives  |  43

maybe you left it on for too long? or it was an allergic reaction? i once used some creme for my knee which could cause a burning sensation. but in my case it caused my knee to get bright red and burn with the force of a thousand suns for about an hour, because i was allergic to it.

By  soul_ginger  |  32

And this is why you always do a small test patch before slathering a new product over sensitive skin... But really though, FYL. I hope it wasn't horribly painful and/or itchy OP. It sounds like a nightmare.

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