Skin care products are designed to help keep your skin looking healthy and vibrant. While finding the perfect product may be hard, it’s even harder if you have sensitive skin, as many products on the market can cause your skin to become irritated or break out into pimples and blemishes. However, there are plenty of skin care products that are specifically designed to treat sensitive skin types, so you don’t have to worry about your complexion breaking out after using a new beauty product.
Sensitive skin is a term that applies to several different skin conditions. It can refer to oily, acne-prone skin that's most affected by harsh ingredients such as perfumes or alcohols, or it can refer to dry, sensitive patches of facial or body skin. Your sensitive skin may suffer with rosacea or dermatitis like mine. Regardless of which type you have, one thing's certain—you want products that will be gentle on your face without stripping your pores of needed moisture.
The most important thing you can do when choosing a product is take your time, consider the ingredients and get a sample. The last thing you want is an allergic reaction or clogged pores just because you wanted an easy solution.
There are a few basic things you can do to help your skin adjust to its new regimen, such as starting slowly with just one or two new products each week, trying out products on small patches of your skin before applying them everywhere, and avoiding irritating ingredients.
Whether you’re looking for a cleanser or toner, it’s important to select one that’s designed with your specific skin type in mind. If you have acne-prone skin, it’s best to use cleansing products that are oil-free and made with gentle exfoliants such as salicylic acid or glycolic acid. Try our Milk Thistle Cleanser
As we age, our facial skin gets drier, which can lead to dryness and sensitivity. Moisturisers can help solve these problems by keeping your face hydrated. When shopping for a moisturiser, always make sure it’s formulated specifically for your face (moisturisers made for other body parts like hands or feet may be too thick). Look for moisturisers that are natural and safe for you, and our environment.
When your face is extra-sensitive, you need particular types of treatment. The good news is that there are plenty of quality sensitive skin treatments available. The bad news is that there are also plenty of gimmicks. When buying a product for dry, irritated or otherwise sensitive facial skin, you should be especially careful. As with any product that’s applied directly to your face, it’s critical to check ingredient lists before buying.