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Babies are not the only ones who have sensitive skin! Some adults must also be very gentle when caring for their skin.
Each day, our skin is exposed to the effects of many factors that can cause it to become more sensitive. Some people have an epidermis that is more delicate, which could be called intolerant or allergic skin. Hypersensitivity of the skin can occur at any age, and can sometimes be temporary.
It is interesting to note that more and more people suffer from skin hypersensitivity or allergies. A large number of women in particular, say they have sensitive, intolerant, irritable or allergic skin. This may also be the case for individuals with various skin problems such as acne, eczema, psoriasis or rosacea.
If you are one of those people whose skin seems to react to everything (anti-wrinkle creams, sun exposure, make-up, perfumes, soaps, etc.), the following will be of interest to you.
Intolerant skin is often the epicenter of irritations, redness, tingling, itching, tightness or a burning sensation. It is often sensitive to a variety of factors, including substances found in cosmetic products, such as fragrances or preserving agents.
Winter is not gentle on facial skin. Exposure to the cold, wind, and even heated air (sometimes excessively so) in homes contributes to drying out skin, making it even more sensitive.
Other contributing factors include:
To promote the health of sensitive skin, follow this advice:
The quality of care and the choice of cosmetic products requires careful attention for people with sensitive skin. If this situation applies to you, consider taking the following measures:
Help your skin to deal with small daily irritants, and it will undoubtedly reward you with glowing health! Speak to your pharmacist for additional information about sensitive skin care.
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