My skin, other than being Casper-the-friendly-ghost-white, has actually done me fairly well over the years. I've very fortunately never had much of a problem with acne, and when I do get a pimple it's a very rare occasion (but let's not talk about how when I do get them they are usually dead center of the tip of my nose or somewhere equally obnoxious).
I do, however, get crazy dry skin. It's always been a tolerable issue that is easily fixed with a heavy moisturizer once or twice a day. Since I have moved to live in New Zealand though, my skin has succumbed to it's apparent environmental allergies and I have been covered in eczema ever since. I have become known as an "itcher", which honestly is a really gross thing. I am constantly itchy and itching. I can't wait to move back to Canada JUST to have my own normal dry skin back! I didn't want to turn this into an eczema post though, because I've already had an eczema rant on here before, but I do want to quickly add that Aveeno Skin Relief moisturizer is the only product (besides steroid creams, but I avoid using those as much as possible) that stops the itching and gets rid of my eczema temporarily, and I have tried EVERYTHING. So if you have it, seriously try that.
Now, I was thinking last night about how much wear and tear my skin has taken this year with all the eczema and sunburns I've had in NZ, and I decided that when I move home and all my eczema clears up (here's to praying that it actually does), I want to implement a good skin care routine. That being said, I don't have much of an idea where to start! Here is a bunch of products that I've been interested in trying:
I'm sure a sponsor of mine, Bonnie, would have a few suggestions for me! Bonnie is an independent consultant for Rodan + Fields Dermatologists, a company that sells affordale skin care products for all types of skin.
Bonnie loves to help entrepreneurs and MOMpreneurs (clever, right?!) create their own successful and legitimate businesses from home working with Rodan + Fields, so if that sounds like it's up your alley then you should definitely be checking out Bonnie's R+F site. Be sure to follow Bonnie's Twitter account as well, @boatingBonnieC, as he is always posting helpful articles on working from home and the like!
Do you have any product suggestions for dry skin, or have you tried any of the above?