my skin DX

So I've been having a bit of a skin problem and I was wondering if any of you could help XD

my skin- especially on my face- is really dry, but if I use lotion or anything like that I start to break out :C

what should I do DX

I try not to be to ruff and avoid putting anything to harsh on it but this year that just won't cut it.

help please!
3C/4A mix
Fineish hair
Super short, needs definition
Also, fuzzy as hell
I have the same problem but i've been noticing a difference because i have been putting shea butter(raw) mixed with kiehl's creme de corps lotion(you don't have to mix shea butter with this exact lotion just mix with a lotion so the shea butter don't leave you looking like you just stepped out of a frying pan). I also try to do homemade face masks whenever i can so maybe once a week on wash day maybe hope this helps!!!!
* also try oatmeal face mask works like heaven*
I totally didn't think of dong a face mask XD thank you, I'll try it XD
3C/4A mix
Fineish hair
Super short, needs definition
Also, fuzzy as hell
Have you tried brands such as Cetaphil or Cerave? They are for sensitive skin and are VERY moisturizing. Yes, they are a bit expensive (not horrible), but you can find them at Walmart and stores like that. I think they both make lotions for the face. Just try it on a small spot on your face for a few days to see if you break out first.

Good luck!
Hair Type: 3a (mixed with some 2c), Medium Density, Normal Porosity
Conditioners: Tresemme Naturals Nourishing Moisture, Suave Tropical Coconut
Products: Paul Mitchell Flexible Style Sculpting Foam, L'Oreal Evercurl Line, HE TT Mousse, SM Curl Smoothie, GF Pure Clean Gel

I've never even heard of those. I'll have to try them. thanks XD
3C/4A mix
Fineish hair
Super short, needs definition
Also, fuzzy as hell
I have really sensitive, dry skin. I would stay away from lotions because they contain oils that may irritate skin. Look for products made specifically for the face with noncomodigenic (spelt something like that- just means won't clog pores) or hypoallergenic on the label.

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