I have a very problematic skin. I had bad acne in my twenties (not in teens) and had oily skin then. now I am in my thirties and I dont undestand my skin! :) it is not oily anmymore on the contrary it is chapped and very dry. but I get spots and acne at the same time! not so many but still one or two acnes and lots of whiteheads on my face at all times. I also have very sensitive skin and rosacea. I was put on a topical cream but I dont think it is working.. I just dont know what to use.. If I use products for oily skin, it makes my skin soo dry. I am afraid of using dry skin products because of acne and spots. I cannot exfoliate because it triggers my rosacea. I spend a fortune and get really good skincare products but they sometimes trigger my rosacea so I throw them away :( I need help for products that I can use to exfoliate and hydrate my dry skin without getting acne, spots or rosacea attacks...
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