28 thoughts on “Does anyone have a good moisturizers that won't make you break out? This one is sussy

  1. Anonymous says:

    Neutrogena Hydro Boost Emulsion is non scented and very light but moisturizes well. I have been using it consistently for half a decade now and don’t plan on changing.

    • Anonymous says:

      I was about to add the same recommendation when I saw the thread.

      Neutrogena is underrated! J&J uses same active ingredients minus all the fuss and fluff for 1/4 price of Clinique and other branded products.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Honestly can’t say much about CeraVe in terms of acne but I’m a baker with chronically sore wrists and my wife rubs my hands with CeraVe every night when we get in to bed together for a bit before I head out for work. Makes me feel loved.

  3. Anonymous says:

    My dad’s been friends with his dermatologist for like 20 years and he recommends cerave, he says moisturizing is by far the most important thing for your skin, even more than sunblock. Not sure what your gay zoomer ass finds “sussy”about it.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Vaseline® Intensive Care® Aloe Vera Lotion
    i have been using this shit since im a child and ive never gotten acne literally ever

    • Anonymous says:

      this shit broke my out so bad when I couldn’t get Neutrogena for sensitive skin anymore. I just buy as much of the Target generic brand when I get the chance but they’ll inevitably pull the plug on that stuff since the real one isn’t even made anymore.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I just use coconut oil. People tell me I smell like a rancid coconut sometimes and my mom said the coconut scent combines with the body odor and smells off.
    I don’t care since a having a gf is out of question rn the people around me are either family or cummies that don’t matter.
    I haven’t found a better moisturizer that confirms with Stone Age organic hobo core yet. Don’t want to go hood and use shea butter.

  6. Anonymous says:

    That shit isn’t sussy anon I’ve used it for half a decade, and I’ve got some of the most sensitive and worst skin on earth. Now cetaphil is the sussy one.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Maybe you’re overusing it? I used CeraVe’s SA moisturizer (like that one but "for dry & bumpy skin") and it decreased my acné by 80%. It only jumped back drastically after I started slathering it on more generously, then stopped after I went back to just applying a small amount (just enough to make the skin slick) on damp skin.

    • Anonymous says:

      Avene is god-tier
      La Roche is god-tier but a little too expensive
      Cerave is acceptable but inferior
      Cetaphil is pure ass and should be… heckED

      I’m pretty sure the "dry and bumpy skin" one had either alcohol or some kind of harsh exfoliant in it. I’m an eczemacel so I’ve got extra sensitive skin and I threw that shit out after using it once, breaking out, and I remember there was something bad in the ingredients list.

    • Anonymous says:

      stupid, coconut oil is comedogenic. can’t stand you gays who know nothing about skincare or the body trying to spread your dumbass solbrah grift shite everywhere.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Once a week in a steam sauna apply a mixture of salt and honey to your body, especially joints and you’ll be good if you don’t have some genetic damage

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