Collection: Skin care For Sensitive Skin

We hear the term sensitive skin a lot in the skincare industry, but what does it exactly mean to have sensitive skin? There is no single term for sensitive skin, but dermatologists generally define it as skin that is more reactive than average. Redness, itchiness, swelling, irritation, and a number of other symptoms are just a few of the many manifestations of sensitive skin. If you think you might have sensitive skin, it's important to check with your doctor or dermatologist because it's common for an underlying condition like eczema, psoriasis or even rosacea to be associated with sensitive skin. This will ensure that you can properly pick out the correct skincare for your sensitive skin.

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