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Covering A Red Nose


Question Posted Saturday May 14 2011, 1:19 am

I have this red nose that I cannot get rid of lately. At times it looks flaky or as if its peeling a bit so I use lotion and tried green concealer with foundation on top to hide it. Whenever I try to cover it up the make-up just looks as if its caked on even if I use just a little or a lot. This only happens on my nose. I think the problem could be that I have dry skin and am using the wrong product?? I always look for the moisturized products anyhow, but what do you think? Please Help! Thanks!

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Peeps answered Tuesday May 17 2011, 8:43 am:
Invest in a little bottle of pure jojoba oil or sweet almond oil. Take just a couple of drops in your hands, rub them together, and then moisturize your face with the oil on your hands.

I had this terrible dry skin on my chin that would NOT go away no matter what. I swear, I battled it for at least a year and a half and it was so ugly because my skin kept doing that nasty flakey thing. I read about how to moisturize the face and I found a lot of information. More than moisturizing you should clean the face properly to prevent over-drying and to help keep the pores unclogged inside. I wrote some about that technique here:

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Now I don't even need to moisturize every single day to keep flakes away and my skin happy. I guess I re-balanced it some how doing that technique. But, still, when I feel dry if I take some sweet almond oil (here is the link I bought it from):

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It fixes the problem right up. You can't tell I put any sort of oil on my face.

Sweet almond oil is a little "heavier" than jojoba oil. So, sweet almond oil is for if you have really dry skin. Jojoba oil might be a better choice for you if you are just having a little dryness. I recommend:

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Xui answered Saturday May 14 2011, 2:16 am:
Vaseline is the best moisturizer

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