Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Skincare Tip: A trick to keep your face from drying when using an acne-clearing benzoyl peroxide cleanser

It's been a while since I talked about skincare and I thought I should given something I came across as of late. The skincare product is St. Ives Nourished and Smooth Oatmeal + Mask. Before I discussed how my greatest struggle in skincare is to find the right moisturizer that isn't greasy or contains alcohol. So why not stop something from being needed in the first place?

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I found a good solution. After using a benzoyl peroxide cleanser to clear your face applying the St. Ives oatmeal paste works to leave your face soothed and relatively moisturized.

It works and I'm more surprised that my original idea to try this panned out. Mainly because I thought that oatmeal always did look glompy and hydrating. It's not a use all the time solution but for those with low or moderate dry skin this could work wonders if used in combination with each other.
Image Credit: Musings of a Muse
Thanks again for reading! More skincare tips to come.

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