Oil of Olay has a really good sensitive skin moisturizer that's inexpensive -- "Active Hydrating Cream, Sensitive Skin Formula". I think it's about $8 at Target. I don't remember if it has SPF or not and I don't have a tub to look at. The woodstove dries the hell out of my skin and hair and I also have roseacea and sensitive skin. I use the Olay as back-up or "extra help" when my skin is drier than usual. It's too rich for my skin to use every day. Normally I use the MD Formulations, but the moisturizer is about $85, so you may not want to spend that before you find out if it works, LOL.
Lately because my hair is so long, I oil it to help with the dryness and that *really* works well. I use WEN's Lavender Oil in just a tiny amount and no more dryness and fly-aways.
Never make someone a priority in your life when that someone treats you like an option.