This is very normal, you have new baby skin growing back and its sensitive to anything in the environment and that is put on your face. I have a very strict protocol for my patients. After 7-10 days I have patients using a skin care routine that is tailored to their skin type/tone/pigment ect. If you are very dry, OTC Cerave cream is typically a good go to but if you want higher quality, SkinMedica's Dermal Repair Cream. I typically have all patients at this point on a Vitamin C and growth factor serum in the AM and retinol in the PM. I suggest you speak to your dermatologist or plastic surgeon about proper skin care post operatively. Sunprotection is essential to prevent against hyperpigmentation as well. Best, Dr. Emer.
You can try Cetaphil or Cerave Cream. Both are good moisturizers that do not clog pores (non-comedogenic). I also recommend a gentle cleanser such as Cetaphil Gentle Cleanser or Cerave Hydrating Cleanser.