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What is Sensitive Skin?

Do you often find yourself plagued by redness and itching on your skin? If so, you may be one of the many individuals with sensitive skin. While it may not be a constant issue, occasional irritations can cause discomfort, ranging from a burning or stinging sensation to dryness and flakiness. 

Understanding the Causes of Sensitive Skin

Sensitive skin symptoms typically arise when the protective barrier of your skin becomes compromised. This can occur due to factors like dehydration or environmental conditions. In some cases, underlying conditions may also contribute to sensitive skin.

Common signs of sensitive skin include rough and flaky patches, redness, swelling, peeling, or breaking out when using skincare.

One prevalent cause of sensitive skin is contact dermatitis, which occurs when your skin is exposed to irritants, such as fragrances in certain products. Laundry detergents are frequent culprits, but allergic reactions can also trigger this condition.

Another skin condition associated with sensitive skin is rosacea. Though the exact cause remains uncertain, fair-skinned individuals with a family history of rosacea are more susceptible. Additional factors such as acne, dry skin, aging, hormonal changes, and weather conditions can also contribute to skin sensitivity. If you are uncertain on the cause of your sensitive skin, see a professional like a Dermatologist or a licensed Esthetician. 

Uncovering the Path to Healthier Skin

Once you've consulted with a medical professional, it's time to take proactive steps towards nurturing your sensitive skin. Start by paying attention to the water temperature during your skincare routine and bathing. Lukewarm water is a smarter choice instead of scalding hot water, as excessive heat can strip your skin of essential moisture, leaving it vulnerable.

Choosing the right products formulated for sensitive skin is equally important. This applies to body wash, face wash, moisturizers, and sunscreen. Look for fragrance-free options to minimize the risk of irritation and discomfort.

Don't overlook your laundry routine—select a fragrance-free laundry detergent for both your clothing and bedding. Many individuals have found that switching to a safe, gentle, and fragrance-free detergent can decrease their sensitive skin problems.

Remember to diligently apply moisturizer to keep your skin hydrated. Using gentle skincare products specifically designed for sensitive skin is essential to prevent further irritation.

Don't let sensitive skin hold you back—discover the wonders of shopping at Natural Beauty Spa and embrace the radiant complexion you deserve.