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    Noncomedogenic face moisturizer

    Inexpensive, can be generic, for severe acne prone skin, but without any meds in it.

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    Re: Noncomedogenic face moisturizer

    Cera Ve, it's carried at every drugstore as well as Walmart, Target, etc. and has really helped my acne prone skin. This is specifically what I use, in addition to the foaming cleanser.



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    Re: Noncomedogenic face moisturizer

    I can't use Cerave, but I can use Vanicream. In the summer, I use the Lite version on my face. In winter, I use the heavier normal version. But I wouldn't consider either one inexpensive--they're $10+, which is on the pricey end for drug store lotions.

    Have you tried dabs of olive oil or unrefined coconut oil? Just a very tiny bit goes a very long way. My husband can also use jojoba, though I'm allergic.
    Ronan (04/07) five steps!
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    Re: Noncomedogenic face moisturizer

    I really like the Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Gel.
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    Re: Noncomedogenic face moisturizer

    DD1 and I both use this and like it a lot.
    Mom to DS-21 driving a 2011 Honda CR-Z, DS-19 driving a 2010 Toyota Prius, DD-16 driving a 2017 Toyota Yaris iA, and DD-14 riding in a 2018 Mazda CX-9 & 2018 Mazda CX-3

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllieK View Post
    I really like the Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Gel.
    Their moisture surge gel is also wonderful. It really helped during the years I had bad acne. Lessened redness and moisturizer without causing irritation of any kind.

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