For many of us, sensitive skin is a source of frustration. We all have those days when for no apparent reason, our face breaks out into a rash, eczema, psoriasis or a terrible allergic reaction.

This could mean that you have sensitive skin and your skin is reacting to the products you are using.

Let's look at some red flags for sensitive skin and share some skincare tips that may help you.

If Your Skin Reacts to Most Products, It Could Be That You Have Sensitive Skin

 

Our skin is the largest living organ in the body, so it is normal for our skin to react whenever it's exposed to cold or hot weather or even some chemical-contained products, but if it’s more frequent or the reaction is more intense, you may have sensitive skin.

Because of its low tolerance, if your skin is sensitive, it reacts to the following: cold weather, heat or cold temperatures, dry weather, harsh chemicals, certain products and chemicals such as fragrances, detergents, soaps, and some skincare products.

Before starting hypersensitive skincare, you must visit a dermatologist to confirm the condition. The dermatologist will give you the correct sensitive skin treatment.

Nurture Your Skin

 

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If you want to undertake a healthy lifestyle and practice good skincare, you must always consult a dermatologist first. They will analyse your skin and explain to you which treatments, chemicals and products you must avoid. It's important to check with your dermatologist every few months; they will give you an effective skin guide for sensitive skin and make sure that you're on track.

You now know what you need to avoid. Now let's talk about some sensitive skincare tips that may help your condition.

You're tired of the redness, itching, and irritation. You're tired of products that don't work and are full of chemicals you can't pronounce.

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In fact, 90% of people in our clinical study agreed that their skin looked much smoother after using the product for 28 days. In addition, 100% of volunteers who presented skin prone to rosacea and redness noticed an improvement in redness, including an overall 20.98% decrease in erythema (redness) after 28 days of using the product. You can check the results of our clinical trials here.

Be Good to Your Skin. Be Good to the Planet.

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We believe that clean beauty should feel like an everyday indulgence, and it's our mission to connect you with the products that prove it. 

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