Cleansing hurts your sensitive skin
Your sensitive skin can't bear to be washed
Your sensitive skin hates creams
Our tip? Apply creams that contain as few ingredients as possible, so as to avoid unnecessary flare-ups.
Even makeup feels horrid on your sensitive skin
Just like cleansers and creams, there are loads of makeup products designed for reactive and sensitive skin. They're hypo-allergenic and dermatologically tested. Choose products that let your skin breathe, won't clog your pores, are mineral-based (kinder to skin), and non-comedogenic. Added tip: to camouflage red patches, apply a green colour corrector before your foundation.
How can you prevent flare-ups?
Protect your skin from the elements (cold, heat, sun)
Avoid polluted areas (inside and out)
Don't overheat rooms and keep them at the right humidity level
Eat a balanced diet, with plenty of omega 3 and 6
Take quick, warm (not hot!) Baths and showers
Drinks lots of non-alcoholic beverages and/or 1.5l of water a day
Religiously moisturise with treatments suited to sensitive skin
Dealing with sensitive skin is not easy, and using the wrong methods and products during skincare and makeup will only make matters worse. Pay close attention to how you treat your face and what kind of products you use. Be gentle on your skin and follow the tips mentioned above to prevent your sensitive skin from getting aggravated.
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