How to use Sensitive Skin Products
by Guest on Feb 3, 2015
Many people say they have sensitive skin because when using many skin care or household cleaning products they experience burning, stinging, tightness or redness. Or, they may say they have sensitive skin even when they simply experience a slight tingling of the skin after use of these products instead of the more noticeable effects.
However, dermatologists look for different symptoms when they test for sensitive skin.
These indicators include:
• skin reactions such as lesions or erosion of the epidermis
• skin lumps and bumps
• skin that is dehydrated with damaged nerve endings
• skin that blushes or flushes easily and noticeably.
Skin care ingredients such as including parabens, phthalates, artificial colours and added fragrance have been blamed for causing sensitive skin. However it more likely to be drying and stripping ingredients that cause sensitive skin. These ingredients include propylene glycol, urea, salicylic acid, sodium sulfacetamide and benzoyl peroxide.
Skin care products that help sensitive skin and don’t inflame or aggravate it help in a few different ways. These products:
• re-establish, reinforce and safeguard the skin’s natural defence function
• calm swelling and sooth irritated skin
• effectively moisturise and hydrate skin.
If you feel that you have sensitive skin it is wise to trial different products on a small area of your skin first. People with sensitive skin know that they must be very careful to do this and to also examine ingredients in products before using.
Using highest grade plant extracts in natural skin care products helps sensitive skin to feel and look healthy and normal. It is very important that the highest quality of extracts is used, as well as large amounts of these active ingredients. Simplicitè Skin Care has made effective skin care for sensitive skin for nearly 25 years. We know and demonstrate with every one of our 45 products that just ‘organic’ and ‘natural’ skin care is not enough to overcome and help sensitive skin.
Rhys Langerak is a skin specialist and had worked in several healthcare sectors for almost 20 years. He had written quite a few articles on sensitive skin products, natural organic skin care, natural skin care products and many more.
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