Month: November 2020

Introduction Experiencing redness in the face is not an uncommon occurrence. Most of us have probably experienced facial redness at some point in our lives. From feeling shy and getting a flush to spending too much time under the sun and getting a sunburn. Often, these types of redness are only temporary and will eventually …

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Introduction This scene might be familiar to quite a few of us: You’re a teenager and just returned home from a day out under the sun. It might have been a day out at the beach with your friends, or maybe you had a soccer match, or you were just hanging out in the park. …

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Introduction Dealing with inflamed skin can be a real chore and an unpleasant task. Inflamed skin is often red, raw, itchy, painful, swollen, and sometimes even peeling. Any kind of contact with the inflamed area is usually painful. What you want the most is to soothe and calm the inflammation so it is less uncomfortable. …

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Introduction Did you know that the skin is the largest organ in the body? If we took just our skin alone, it would weigh anywhere between six to nine pounds and can spread over an area of around two to three yards. That’s pretty crazy, given that we only see the surface of our skin …

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Introduction If you are someone with sensitive skin, you might be familiar with inflammation. Inflammation is one of the ways that the skin reacts to an irritant. But there are lots of misconceptions around inflammation. We tend to assume that any irritation in the form of redness, flaking, and itchiness is inflammation, but actually, that …

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Introduction What’s worse than having acne-prone skin? Having sensitive, acne-prone skin.  People with acne-prone skin that is also sensitive and easily irritated really don’t have it easy. It’s almost an impossible combination to deal with — acne tends to require strong products that will dry out the excess oils causing the pimple. On the flip …

Sensitive Acne-Prone Skin? Here’s How to Manage It Read More »

Introduction The winter season is undoubtedly the worst time for sensitive-skinned folks. The nipping cold pricks at the skin like icicles and the gusts of chilly wind send sharp tingles through the nerves, causing itching, pain, and redness. Moisture levels fall dramatically and the skin starts to dry out accordingly, flaking and peeling in white …

Easy Ways to Beat the Winter Cold if You Have Sensitive Skin Read More »

Introduction Sensitive skin is a very commonly misunderstood area in skincare. There are lots of misconceptions regarding sensitive skin, including its causes, how to treat it, and the lifestyle habits you should be avoiding or incorporating to keep your skin healthy and happy. Many of us don’t really know what sensitive skin even is to …

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Introduction One of the biggest challenges you will face when having sensitive skin is how volatile your skin is. Sensitive skin is super unpredictable — one day you might go out, perhaps to a nice garden for a picnic, and all of a sudden the wind blows some invisible little pollen bits into your face, …

Dermatologist-Approved Tips to Living With Sensitive Skin Read More »

Introduction Sensitive skin is a term that we hear many people say when describing my skin. Maybe you’ve heard people say: “Yeah, I can’t use that exfoliator because my skin is sensitive.” “I cannot stand near cigarette smoke because my skin is super sensitive to it.” Or you’ve seen skincare products formulated just for “sensitive …

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