FourFourFive reader comments4 I’ve tried various whitening products, from the cheap stuff like the “moisturising gel” from Sephora, to the expensive ones like the super expensive “mascara” from Benefit.
But there’s no getting around the fact that my skin is oily and sensitive, and it really is a product to be avoided.
I started using a whitening cream when I was 17, and I have since used every single product on the market that claims to be whitening.
The product that came closest to removing oil from my skin was my “mum’s” serum.
It’s a little expensive at £6 for a tube, but the difference between it and the regular moisturiser is that it’s more gentle.
A tube of the product is around £7.50 and a tube of a regular moisturising serum is around $15 for a tub.
If you’ve got oily skin, it’s best to go for a serum instead, and the “whitening” part is probably the least effective part.
I think that the serum is the better option, as it has a mild scent and doesn’t leave my skin oily, and its less drying than the cream, so you don’t need to reapply twice a day.
There are many brands that claim to whiten, but this is one of the few that actually works.
It has a more “tacky” scent than the normal moisturiser, but it’s actually really good for my skin.
You’ll find that most products claim to remove oil, but a lot of them actually cause more irritation than they remove.
One of my biggest complaints about whitening is that the products tend to dry out my skin faster than a moisturiser.
I found that my acne scars were often dry and chapped, which made them harder to treat.
This can also cause irritation, as my skin tends to irritate itself over time.
After trying various moisturising products, my skin began to look and feel smoother, so I decided to try using my serum instead.
My skin is very oily and prone to getting chapped.
Since using my “whiter” serum, I’ve had more fine lines and wrinkles.
Despite my oily skin and oily skin tone, I still feel that using a serum is much better than using a moisturising cream.
It also seems to be the most effective way of clearing up oil buildup, and in general, the serum also gives a much better result than a normal moisturising moisturiser (which tends to leave my face feeling sticky and irritated).
The best moisturiser you can buy for oily skin?
It depends on what you need to moisturise.
Moisturisers that contain alcohol (alcohol extracts) tend to be more effective than other types of moisturisers (alcohol-based products are not as effective as cream-based ones).
I’ve found that a lot moisturisers contain alcohols such as glycerin or alcohol-based emulsifiers.
Even the most expensive moisturisers on the shelves are alcohol-free, but if you’re looking for a more gentle moisturiser that has a slight alcohol scent, I would definitely recommend the “Mama-Lite” from Clarins.
However, alcohol-containing products are still expensive, so they’re usually the best choice for oily and dehydrated skin.
What is the best moisturising product for oily or dry skin?
I’d say the best product to use is the Clarins “Moisture” product, as the “mamma-lite” is the only one I’ve used that actually has alcohol in it.
As for what moisturiser to use, the only product I’d recommend is Clarins’s “MoISTURY” serum because it’s a more natural, natural-looking product that contains ingredients that moisturise skin, and has a slightly thicker texture than a cream-type product.
So if you have oily skin (or if you use a lot or lots of skin-whitener), I’d definitely recommend buying the Claris “Moistic” serum and buying a lot more Clarins products in general.
Do I need a sunscreen?
You may think that a sunscreen is unnecessary, but in reality, it isn’t.
Sunscreens are actually pretty effective at blocking UVB light, but you can’t really make a sunscreen without a sunscreen, and there are lots of sunscreens available.
Firstly, you can get sunscopes online.
Secondly, you don´t need to spend a lot to get a decent sunblock.
Thirdly, sunscreen can be a lifesaver when you get sunburns.
Finally, you won’t have to spend as much money to get the best sunblock you can afford.
What is my skin type?
Depending on the skin type you have, you