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04-08-2004
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I have a few questions about Peter Thomas Roth skin care products.

I have according to my dermatologist, extremely sensitive skin and it cannot handle any form of oil, including silicone oils (dimethicone, cyclomethicone, etcetera)...so finding moisturiser is difficult...

Though on a random note it does seem to be able to withstand jojoba wax...which I just found out is a type of oil different then most or something...

Anyway...so I went to Sephora today to buy Evian Mineral Water Spray and I saw that Peter Thomas Roth had a oil-free moisturiser that actually seems to be oil free according to the ingredients. So I was wondering if anyone uses this moisturiser and how they like it...it is quite pricey, but if it won't break me out or alternately dry me out like one oil-free moisturiser I bought did then it is worth it.

I was also curious if anyone had tried their Medicated BPO 10% Acne Wash or Glycolic Acid 3% Facial Wash?

During certain seasons my shoulders will sometimes get all....broken out.

~Amara

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02-09-2004
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Originally posted by Amara@Aug 4 2004, 08:54 PM
I have a few questions about Peter Thomas Roth skin care products.

I have according to my dermatologist, extremely sensitive skin and it cannot handle any form of oil, including silicone oils (dimethicone, cyclomethicone, etcetera)...so finding moisturiser is difficult...

Though on a random note it does seem to be able to withstand jojoba wax...which I just found out is a type of oil different then most or something...

Anyway...so I went to Sephora today to buy Evian Mineral Water Spray and I saw that Peter Thomas Roth had a oil-free moisturiser that actually seems to be oil free according to the ingredients. So I was wondering if anyone uses this moisturiser and how they like it...it is quite pricey, but if it won't break me out or alternately dry me out like one oil-free moisturiser I bought did then it is worth it.

I was also curious if anyone had tried their Medicated BPO 10% Acne Wash or Glycolic Acid 3% Facial Wash?

During certain seasons my shoulders will sometimes get all....broken out.

~Amara
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I've been using PTR for 2 years after a facialist recc. it. I really like it. Very good quality products. I use the "Environmental Repair Hydrating Gel" instead of the oil free moisturizer and it's faaabulous! I have very oily skin, but still manage to get dry patches especially in the winter. Some of the other products I use are: beta hydroxy acid 2% acne wash, aloe cort cream, power c 20 anti-oxidant serum gel, bpo gel 5% (summer), aha/bha acne clearing gel etc. I've been happy with all of them. She had also told me that using DDF products would be good also, so I use thier scrub and bp gel.
If you are unsure about making an investment, like I was, the best thing to do is to buy a couple PTR products from ebay - they are usually 1/2 the retail price. That's what I do with most products before deciding to invest fully in them. Also, I find makeupalley is a good resource for info., although some of the reviews are over hyped - so it' sbest to ask on the board. I hope this helps

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