Have you heard of Cetaphil? It's a cleanser and moisturizer in 1. You can use it without rinsing off with water, just wipe off with facial tissue then it'll leave a thin layer on your face. Should you rinse if off, it'll still leave enough moisture on your skin. It's fragrance free and alcohol free and specifically designed for sensitive skin; both acne-prone oily skin, or dry skin that easily develops patches and redness.
Hope that answers your question,
Claire from GetCurvyNow.com
The best moisturiser for sensitive skin is something natural, non-scented and hypoallergenic.
If you've got sensitive skin, the chances are that you'll suffer from the effects of cold weather and wind more than most people.
The Body Shop's Vitamin E Intense Moisture Cream is actually meant for use on your body, but if you get dry or flaky skin in winter, then it's perfectly fine to use a little on your face. Just don't use it if you're prone to getting oily skin!
I find it's a really good base for make-up, too, as any foundation or blusher will stay put!
I have sensitive skin, and I've never had a problem with any of The Body Shop's products—even the scented ones. They do a Vitamin E moisturiser specifically for use on your face, but to be honest, there's no need to buy a different moisturiser for your face and your body, especially if you're on a tight budget.
If the weather's starting to heat up, you won't want to use anything too heavy on your face.
My favourite warm-weather moisturiser is the E45 Moisturising Lotion. It's light, scentless, and perfect for hot weather. It's apparently quite good for acne, too.
I'm pretty sure they do a thicker moisturising lotion, too, if you really like it and want to use it all year round.
The good thing about scentless moisturisers is that they don't tend to irritate your skin, and you can wear whatever perfume you like without the two scents clashing!