Sensitive skin is prone to reacting to external stimuli, manifesting as redness, swelling, itching, burning, dryness, peeling, or irritation. This type of skin may be sensitive to environmental factors, cosmetics, fragrances, climate changes, or certain foods.

Sensitive skin may exhibit exaggerated reactions to certain cosmetics or environmental irritants, including redness, itching, burning, or stinging sensations. If your skin reacts unfavourably to regular skincare products, it may indicate sensitivity.

For sensitive skin, it’s best to choose gentle, fragrance-free products without irritants. Some soothing and anti-inflammatory ingredients, such as aloe vera, chamomile, azulene, purslane, oat extract, green tea, niacinamide, allantoin and shea butter, can help calm and protect the skin.

Products recommendation;

Excellent Repair Cream

Hydro Soothing Serum

Hydra Calming Gel

Restorative Infusion

RE: Mist I

RE: Serum II

RE: Cera III

High Potency Facelift Serum

Opt for gentle, non-irritating, and soap-free cleansers, preferably milky or gel-like formulations. Avoid cleansers containing sulfates, alcohol, or fragrances, as these ingredients may cause discomfort to sensitive skin.

Use effective sunscreen and choose products with a high SPF value and physical sun blockers, avoiding direct sunlight, especially during midday. Wearing wide-brimmed hats, sunglasses, and using umbrellas can also help protect the skin from UV damage.

For sensitive skin, opt for gentle exfoliating products such as enzyme-based formulations or non-irritating chemical exfoliants (such as lactic acid or fruit acids), and avoid abrasive physical scrubs to prevent overstimulation of the skin.

If you experience an allergic reaction to a product or environmental factor, stop using the product immediately and rinse your skin with lukewarm water. Then, use soothing skincare products containing ingredients like aloe vera or purslane to help alleviate the reaction.

For sensitive skin, it’s advisable to avoid skincare products with heavy fragrances and irritating chemicals. Choose fragrance-free, alcohol-free, and paraben-free products to minimize irritation to the skin.

During periods of skin sensitivity, temporarily discontinue the use of irritating products and cosmetics, switching to gentle skincare products, and avoiding friction or rubbing of the skin. Keep the skin clean and moisturized to help alleviate sensitivity reactions.

If your sensitive skin issues persist or worsen, or if you experience severe allergic reactions to skincare products, it’s advisable to consult a dermatologist for professional diagnosis and treatment advice.