Great thread! Trying to find hair products that work for me is hard enough, but when I factor in the rosacea and sensitive skin and the reactions I get from hair products, it's enough to make me want to shave my head sometimes! :P
Combination normal-to-oily, mild rosacea, extreme sensitivity
2B, medium to coarse, porous, prone to dryness
Wash/condition hair in mornings in the shower. After rinsing out almost all of the conditioner, I use a wet washcloth (no soap or body wash) to remove any conditioner residue and "exfoliate" all over. I wash my face after showering, apply moisturizer & makeup, then
rewet my hair at the sink & apply gel, plop, etc., taking care not to let any hair products touch my face.
Noxzema...believe it or not. I know this is supposed to be "bad" for rosacea, but it's one of the few things I've found that doesn't aggravate my skin.
Cetaphil, applied very sparingly.
ACV toner. See CanItBeChristine's Apple Cider Vinegar
thread. This has done amazing things for my skin.
I always keep my hair off my face and put it in a ponytail at night so I'm not sleeping on it.
I use Dove unscented bar soap in the, uh, sweat-gland areas only. And I use Burt's Bees Baby Bee lotion for sensitive skin as my body lotion.