What's On the Sink Table?

After countless years of suffering with acne and different skin problems from eczema to rosacea, I’m always in the mood to try new skincare products to find out what works for my sensitive skin. And since last week was my first review post back, I decided for this week to write another review post but hopefully, that helps resolve the question that everyone has when it comes to self-care is does ‘x’ product work and if so for what skin type?


Most of my skincare products are on my bathroom sink and it seemed only fitting to title my post: What’s New On the Sink Table?” And for this week’s edition, here are five products that I would recommend to anyone who has sensitive skin that it works without irritation:

  • Cetaphil Pro Eczema Soothing Moisturizer - Ever since I was a kid with eczema, I’ve sworn to stay loyal to Cetaphil for always keeping my skin in check. This winter, I decided that I really needed to take care of myself more and that began with skincare. One of the great things about this moisturizer is that it did keep my skin nice and smooth but it did make my skin look too shiny in a not good way. But you can’t have it all sometimes and I’d rather look shiny than have irritated skin.

  • Skin Gym Jade Roll - I’m still new to understanding the purpose of what a jade roller can do to your skin but all I will say that I know one of the skin benefits and the reason I bought one was because it helps with reducing inflammation. As for results, I haven’t seen any significant changes but it has helped stopped my occasional headache flair ups, so there’s that.

  • Mario Badescu Witch Hazel and Rosewater Toner - I’ve always been a fan of Mario Badescu after finding some success with the famous Drying Lotion. With adulting, I’ve noticed that I’ve been wearing more makeup than usual and that it was important to incorporate a toner into my skincare routine. And so far for the two-week use, the toner gives off slight irritation but nothing that I’ve seen that leads to skin irritation.

  • Mario Badescu Glycolic Foaming Cleanser - And because I was going through an Amazon shopping spree, I decided to also buy their foaming cleanser as well. So far, I’ve been using it to clear chest acne and I’m seeing some gradual results so far so I’ll keep you posted.

Have you tried any of the products listed above? Let me know in the comments below if they’ve helped or any other products you suggest I should try for someone who has eczema and sensitive skin.

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