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How To Take Care Of Sensitive Skin

3:18 AM Dhanur Chauhan 0 Comments

There are many people who have sensitive skins. Sensitive skin reacts with household or skin care products when contact with the skin. Generally, it causes some problems such as burning, cause stinging, redness or tightness.
 Besides these problems, there is another problem when the skin doesn’t show any visible reaction but people feel uncomfortable. Here, we’re going to talk about sensitive skin, its problems, what to do and also suggest some product for skin which can give you relief.

Skin Complaint 01: Red Blotches

Symptoms: When you see bumps, blood vessels, oil glands and find the thick skin on cheeks, nose, chin or all sing point to rosacea, it means you have a sensitive skin and you got attacked with red blotches. Over 16 million Americans suffer from this skin problem.

What to do: To get relief from this, try to use soap-free ingredients which act as anti-inflammatories too. For an example, algae, licorice, colloidal oatmeal etc.
You can use treatment of steer clear spa, forgo rough facials and microdermabrasion. Avoid any kind of acidic skin care treatment of ingredients such as glycolic acid & surprisingly, Vitamin C. Take foods that are enriched in probiotics. 

Suggested Products:
  • First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Instant Oatmeal Mask (Soothe flare up with it);
  • L'Oréal Paris Magic Skin Beautifier BB Anti-Redness Cream (Neutralizes splotches);
  • Eucerin Redness Relief Soothing Cleanser (Combats with blotchiness without drying skin);
  • PCA Skin Anti Redness Serum (Contains brown & red algae and provides moisture).
For your sensitive skin, you may apply microbiome skincare to your skin which is effective and helpful to any sensitive skin. But if you feel a major problem, then it’s the best idea to contact a doctor or specialist.

Skin Complaint 02: Breakouts

Symptoms: When you see pimple pop up in that way they did prom before or you’re well beyond the puberty. Acne occurs for various reasons like lack of sleep, stress, oil gland’s over-activity or for comedogenic products.

What to do: If you get pimples after using a specific product (makeup), then stop it immediately. Stick the skin with a mild cleanser. After then, use spot treats with salicylic acid, it helps much. Take treatment with sulfur. It inhibits breakouts and draws oil out of the blocked pores. And don’t forget to moisturize the skin.

Suggested Products:
  • Elta MD UV Clear SPF 46 (Made with 5% niacinamide in order to reduce acne);
  • Mario Badescu Drying Mask (Uses calamine to prevent irritation & Sulfur to dry breakouts up);
  • Olay Foaming Face Wash for Sensitive Skin (Contains 0.5% salicylic acid and fends breakouts off).
Skin Complaint 03: Super Dry Skin

Symptoms: If you feel tight skin and sandpapery texture, then you have a dry skin, simply dehydrated skin. It happens because of lacking water. Avoid too much alcohol. The dehydrated skin is temporary but dry skin is permanent. You may be born with dry skin.dry skin is unable to produce enough oil and it needs moisture.

What to do: if you wash your skin daily two times, consider to do it at night and use a gentle cleanser which is soap free. Keep the skin care simple and regimen. Avoid alcohol and scrub. You may use an overnight mask once in a week.

Suggested Products:
  • Cerave Skin Renewing Night Cream (Contains peptide complex, supports skin elasticity);
  • Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Overnight Firming Mask (Contains ceramides, hydrates skin while sleeping);
  • Garnier Skin Active Micellar Cleansing water (H2O free cleanser, absorbs oil & dirt from skin);
  • Neutrogena Hydro Boost Gel Cream Extra Dry Skin (Contains heavyweight moisturizing hyaluronic acid).
Skin Complaint 04: Allergic Reactions

Symptoms: If your skin freaks out with several skin care products, then it considered as an allergic reaction. In this problem, your skin doesn’t agree with any product and shows reaction. If your mom has an allergic problem, you may get too.

What to do: Mix milk and warm water equally and soak a cloth in it. Now, place it on the irritated areas. Aloe & cortisone cream are helpful too. Sidestep the sugary foods and try to take zinc-rich foods such as beans or cashews.

Suggested Products:
  • Simple Protecting light Moisturizer (Contains bisabolol, soothe skin reactions);
  • Jason Gluten Free Facial Cleanser (Contains ascorbic acid, deflate the inflammation).