Sensitive skin is a common skin type characterized by a lowered resistance to irritants, so it may be more prone to inflammation, redness, dryness and itching.
If you have sensitive skin, it’s important to take care of it with a skincare routine that is tailored specifically for your needs. This means avoiding harsh chemicals and ingredients that can cause irritation, as well as washing your face gently and moisturizing regularly.
With the right products and precautions, you can keep your sensitive skin looking healthy and radiant!
If you suffer with sensitive skin, we thought we would add some tips about what to look out for when buying skincare products:
- Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS): SLS is used to provide a foaming agent to whichever product it is used in and strips the skin of its natural oils. Usually, you’ll find it in face washes, shower gels, shampoos, soaps, and even toothpastes.
- Alcohol: When looking at alcohol, the one that has been linked to be skin irritating is ethyl alcohol. Alcohol can cause dryness and damages the skin.
- Exfoliants: Be aware that physical exfoliants can have an impact on your skin, especially if you have sensitive skin that is easily irritated. It is important to exfoliate to help remove dead skin cells. Physical scrubs, if used incorrectly or used too harshly, can cause inflammation.
- Fragrances: Synthetic and natural fragrances
Noto Deep Serum for face and neck
Filabé Irritated Skin for very sensitive, inflamed skin and dry skin with pimples and blackheads.
Ere Perez Corn Setting Powder new & improved gluten free skin-loving formula, safe for sensitive skin.