So, this is pretty much it. I have to tell you that I had to buy both Zindaclin and Clarifex but I already had in my closet the Neostrata. I have not bought Cetaphil yet but I think I well, although I am not fond of cleansingbars because I have the feeling that they get dirty soon...
Have you gone to the dermatologist? What did he/she tell you?
Have a nice Thursday!
This brand is one of my favourites when talking about skincare. It has got amazing products for combination/oily/active/acne prone skin. I have been using them for ages and I always have some product of them in my closet. The specific line for this kind of skin is called Effaclar. I have tried almost all the products available in this line and here you are:
Another option is Effaclar Purifying Water. It is a product that claims to remove make up but, howeverm it does not do that very well. It is a good choice if you do not like to wash your face in the morning, for example, or if water irritates your skin.
From all these options, then, I would recommend Effaclar Gel as the best solution.
Effaclar K is a good choice at night. It contains a combination of acids that are supposed to renovate your skin. It is, then, like an everyday mild chemical exfoliator. It really worked for me, but I have used that for so long that it makes me anything anymore... You have to be careful because it can be a bit drying.
Effaclar H is the newest moisturizer. It is realli good. I think it is better than Effaclar, even. This one is perfect for acne-prone, yet dry or sensitive skins, because it is really moisturizing and so comfortable. Again, this good be a choice for the morning routine.
La Roche Posay products are not expensive; they are available at the chemist's and they are a realy good option for our types of skin.