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A quick guide to sensitive skin

Are you frustrated with a sensitive skin that gets irritated by any cream or lotion you try? Does your skin break out in rashes and gets irritated by even the mildest of skin products?

How can you use this guide to your benefit?

Necessary Basic reading

This is a common problem that many people face but do not know how to solve. Here is a short guide to sensitive skin care that can help you solve these problems. The first step in sensitive skin care is to identify what is causing your skin to become irritated. Sometimes it may be a genetic reaction to some substance around you.

Signs and symptoms of skin sensitivity

You can develop your understanding about the types of sensitive skin and the factors that cause skin sensitivity like pollution, wrong choice of cosmetics, over-cleansing, excessive exposure to sunlight, bad dietary habits and emotional stress etc. This will make you capable of understanding and know what are the triggers that increase your skin sensitivity.

Those people who have a sensitive or sensitized skin can experience:

  • Sensitivity to sunlight
  • Itchy and irritated skin
  • Touch sensitivity
  • Redness and rashes
  • Cosmetic reactions
  • Dry and cracked skin
  • Acne and pimples
  • Sensitivity to temperature or environmental changes
  • Dryness and patches
  • Bumpy and mottled skin

Learning the ways to treat the sensitivity of the skin

For sensitive skin, you should choose sunblock or sunscreen. The simplest method is to pick those sun-blocks that are suitable for sensitive skin. Also, you need to use products that contain soothing, calming agents. ‘How to care for your sensitive skin’ section will help you to create a regime that will assist you in minimizing your skin sensitivity. The additional ‘10 tips for Sensitive skin’ is a bonus reading that will aid further in dealing with skin sensitivity issues.

The key to keeping your skin safe from an allergic reaction is to adopt a mild and constant skincare routine. Whenever you buy new skincare products, don’t apply them to your skin all at once. Try the new product for a few days before you add another new product to your regime to test sensitivity.

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