Have you checked out apricot oil? I think that may be a really good one. avocado? rose hip?
Here's an article I posted awhile back about apricot oil, the last line says it doesn't cause break outs, but who knows...
But may be worth trying?
I know, all these topicals add up to a fortune, that's why I think it's good to purchase only a select few with ingredients that have the possibility of making a difference.
This was posted by WONDERBAR
"Apricot oil is not only excellent for fine lines, it is also great for sensitive skin. Need a little more convincing that using an oil for your moisturizer (and cleanser for that matter) is preferable to using a cream? Consider this:
"• Oil binds to oil, not water. (Ever made salad dressing?) So it makes scientific sense as a cleanser for shiny skin and makeup-wearers. That’s the reason for the popularity of Shu Uemura Cleansing Oils. • Acne isn’t caused by surface oil, but by a plumbing problem in the pore, say dermatologists. (Skin and oil produced in the follicles get stuck there. In balanced skin, it should slough and flush itself out.) • Your skin likes balance. So over-washing it with detergents like sodium laureth sulfate (SLS) to get that tight, dry “clean” feeling just tells your skin to produce more oil." —Melisse Gelula
Apricot oil is one of the oils that has a lipid content similar to that of your skin. When the skin's lipid content becomes too low, dry and irritated skin results; topical application of apricot oil helps soothe and heal this rough, damaged skin. The oil's fine texture allows more rapid skin penetration, which promotes more prompt healing and nourishment of sore or chapped skin without residue. Shirley Price, coauthor of "Aromatherapy for Health Professionals," notes that apricot oil is also beneficial in relieving the itch and irritation of eczema-ridden skin. As an added benefit, Price points out that apricot oil helps prevent and minimize the appearance of wrinkles (see?). We promise, no oil slick here and it WON'T break you out!"
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