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Sensitive Skin Care
By Jerzy George

     If you have sensitive skin then you probably know how hard it is to find proper skincare products. Sensitive skin requires a lot more care than regular skin does. The first step towards finding the right sensitive skincare products is to know whether or not you actually have sensitive skin at all.

Is Your Skin Sensitive?

     This type of skin is easy to spot based upon a number of factors. If your skin changes according to the environment; if your skin changes according to the seasons; and if your skin changes according to your moods, then you probably have sensitive skin.

     Another way to tell if your skin is sensitive is to test out new products. If your skin breaks into a rash when you use a new product, then your skin is probably sensitive. Those with eczema, rosacea, and psoriasis are also considered sensitive skin types.

Developing Sensitive Skin

     Sensitive skin is one of those things that you may not be born with. In fact, you can gain this type of skin for a number of reasons later on in life. If you have had any kind of chemical treatment performed (Botox, microdermabrasion, chemical peel), then your skin may be sensitive following these procedures.

     In some cases, sensitive skin following a medical procedure may not last too long. In other cases sensitivity may last a lifetime. Generally, a doctor or surgeon will be able to predict the amount of time that the skin will remain sensitive.

Selecting Products

     Choosing skincare products for your sensitive skin may be hard to do. For the most part, it is a good idea to look for the terms "hypoallergenic" or "allergen-free" when you search for products. However, some of these terms are not regulated by the FDA, so you may purchase a product that isn’t made for sensitive skin at all.

     How can you be sure that your skin won’t breakout into a rash when using a new product? Well, the best course of action in this case is to seek out certified organic skincare products. Organic products don’t contain all of the harsh chemicals that regular products do, so they are likely to be better for your sensitive skin.

Daily Ritual

     Even if you have sensitive skin, you still have to care for your skin regularly. This means going through a skincare rituale very single day. Organic cleansers, moisturizers, masks, and products containing SPF are vital for those with sensitive skin.

     Many people believe that having sensitive skin means avoiding a skincare regimen. However, this is simply not true. You still have to take care of your skin...whether or not it’s sensitive. The sooner that you find the right products for your skin, the better off your skin will be.

Sensitive Skin Conclusion

     Find out if you have sensitive skin first. Then,find the best products for your skin. Keep in mind that organic products are the only skincare products that you can count on. Once you have found a product line that works for your skin, stick with it.

     Sensitive skin needs to be taken care of properly. Since dealing with sensitive skin is difficult,taking the time to find the right products is a wise move.    


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