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    Anyone out there know of a good facial cleanser? I have extremely sensitive skin and Rosacea. I am currently using Cetaphil but feel this is irrating my skin.

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    I've been using the Eucerin Redness Relief Soothing Cleanser for a few months now and like it. I'm not sure that this product actually reduces redness as it claims, but it doesn't cause redness by irritating my skin, so that's a bonus. It rinses off well, too.

    The Cetaphil liquid soap irritated my skin. The Cetaphil bar didn't irritate but left my face feeling tight and dry.

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    I like the Toleraine (by La Roche Posay) Purifing Foaming Cream. It indicates it is for "combination to oily intolerant skin" although my skin is not overly oil.
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    I love the Cutanix Gelee Cleanser, after washing my face is normal color, no red, that lasts for awhile but of course the red does come back after time.

    Cetaphil bar eventually made my face dry and flaky even though I have oily skin and this seems to happen with alot of cleansers, my oily skin suddenly is tight, dry and flaky after one washing.

    The Cutanix Gelee is the only one that I've stuck with so far as it actually makes my face feel calm and soft but not oily or dry, I love it and just ordered 2 more bottles!

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    Default On accutane: La Roche Posay = good?

    Quote Originally Posted by keisha06
    I like the Toleraine (by La Roche Posay) Purifing Foaming Cream. It indicates it is for "combination to oily intolerant skin" although my skin is not overly oil.
    I just bought some of this and am hesitant to try it: I'm on accutane. Would it make it too dry? SOunds like it doesn't irritate, though....
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    Default On accutane: La Roche Posay = good?

    Quote Originally Posted by keisha06
    I like the Toleraine (by La Roche Posay) Purifing Foaming Cream. It indicates it is for "combination to oily intolerant skin" although my skin is not overly oil.
    I just bought some of this and am hesitant to try it: I'm on accutane. Would it make it too dry? SOunds like it doesn't irritate, though....
    Signature bio:
    I was on accutane 30 years ago as a research patient; the problem returned in 2003. Now, I am on 20mg isotretinoin, once a day...improving.

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    Toleriane Dermo-cleanser (La Roche-Posay) is soothing and non-irritating. I found the Toleriane Purifying Foaming cleanser too drying.

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    I'm using Oil of Olay foaming cleanser for sensitive skin. It washes off my makeup well and isn't drying or irritating.

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    I found the Rosacea Care ultra mild cleanser to work really well, without irritating or drying too much

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    Ultra-calming cleansing gel from Dermalogica feels utterly divine on your skin. Two problems, though, it's expensive and if you have problems like clogged pores, oiliness, blackheads, acne vulgaris, etc, it probably won't give you the real "cleanse" that you need. So now I use Living Nature Purifying Cleansing Gel. It's for oily skin so it keeps my acne/oiliness/blackheads in check but is also made of natural products and very suitable for easily irritated and dry skins.
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