Hi, I recently purchased Eucerin daily protection face moisturizer with SPF 30. I have sensitive skin and this was recommended and says it protects sensitive skin on the label. I used it the first time this morning before applying my makeup and had a bit of redness... but didn't really think too much about it. This evening I washed my face and got ready for bed and put some on. Next thing I know I have red blotching and spots developing. I immediately washed my face, though it is still red and stingy it seems to look better. Also took a some allergy medicine so I think I'll be alright breakout wise.
What I want to know is if I should avoid everything from this brand? I used to use them a lot and decided to go back... so I hope it may just be this one specific product.
If I should avoid this brand, can anyone recommend a good moisturizer for sensitive skin that is likely to not make me break out in a rash?
Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!View Thread
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