Sensitive skin is one of the most common skin concerns out there, and many of us will struggle with skin sensitivity at some point in our lives. Even if dry skin has never been something you’ve experienced, as we age, the skin's oil and cell production slow down, making the likelihood of experiencing some sort of skin sensitivity much more likely. Making the transition from naturally immaculate skin to coping with sensitive skin is not simple, but don’t fret, the right skincare products and a few tips can help you navigate this process.
5 tips you do not want to miss if you have sensitive skin
5 TIPS YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS IF YOU HAVE SENSITIVE SKIN
Sensitive skin is defined as the skin's inability to withstand harsh conditions, chemicals, environments, or even specific diets. Additionally to aging, the cooler weather, humidity, and stress are all factors that can contribute to skin's sensitivity. Moreover, food sensitivities such as lactose or gluten intolerance have been known to worsen skin issues and contribute to skin sensitivity.
Sensitive skin is not a medical diagnosis, rather a widespread problem. Some of it is just inherited, so you may have more sensitive skin than others due to your genetics and the way your lipid barrier is constructed. Sensitive skin simply means that your skin is more sensitive than the norm.
If you have ever had trouble with sensitive skin that is prone to redness, irritation, and inflammation; fortunately, I have 5 tips that together will improve the look and feel of your sensitive skin.
5 tips for sensitive skin
- Antibacterial or deodorant ingredients
- Retinoids or alpha-hydroxy acids
To sum up
By following these 5 tips you will begin to notice fewer breakouts and brighter softer skin; something I can personally attest to. Adding Chatelier products into my daily skincare routine has made me feel my most radiant, and I couldn’t be happier with the healthy glow I am noticing. Add these 5 tips to your skincare routine and say goodbye to sensitive skin, your skin will thank you!
Written by Rebecca Tronci