How to Work with Sensitive or Easily Irritable Dry Skin
More than 50% of all women complain of their skin getting easily damaged or irritated, dry skin that is allergic and skin that has a lowered tolerance to cold, heat, pollution & temperature changes. As a general rule of thumb, if you have irritated or reactive skin, then you have sensitive skin. Sensitive skin of the face usually results in itchy feeling, redness, swelling or even development of acne (during hot weather). General symptoms of sensitive skin include:
Overreaction to skin care products such as feeling of itchiness, redness or swelling
Reactions when shaving or physical stress to the skin
Skin tightening without physical visible signs
Appearance of redness, swelling on the skin
How to Fight Sensitive Skin
Below are some tips on what to do if you have dry irritable sensitive skin.
Do not overwash your face
Always wash with medium temperature water; not too hot nor too cold.
Use a moisturizer that is made for sensitive skin. You have lots to choose from the Clinique Bonus time event.
Do not use exfoliants
Stay away from perfumes & fragrance creams that can cause irritation
Rinse well after using cleansing & facial products with mild warm water.
For growing pimples, use a cleanser with salicylic acid. Salicylic acid is a popular acne treatment because of its ability to thrust through follicle and reduce the number of pimple breakouts from the skin.
Don’t Stress Out to Skin Problems
Stressing out on skin problems will just add to your list of worries. For some people, stress interferes & negatively impedes the body’s systems that generate new skin cells to replace old tissue. Stress also hurts your natural antioxidant defenses, thus accelerating your aging of the skin. Stress works through many processes of the body’s system, however the most important organ is the adrenal gland which