Sensitive Skin Skincare Products

Does sensitive skin have you hiding under layers and layers of makeup? This may actually be hurting your skin, rather than only hiding it! Learn how to treat your skin using sensitive skincare products that will help protect and restore.

Our experts have provided us with a few valuable tips that will have our sensitive skin looking young and beautiful.

One Step to Younger Looking Skin

Free radicals (oxidants), rogue molecules that form when your skin is exposed to sunlight, are the root cause of sun damage and skin aging. The process of skin aging is similar to what happens when the inside of an apple is exposed to open air–it begins to oxidize or age. Applying a combination of 100% natural plant based antioxidants to your skin on a daily basis,via a sunscreen or moisturizer, will boost your ability to counteract the build up of free radicals, and thus, help your skin remain more youthful.

What you want to ensure is that the antioxidants in your lotion or sunscreen are in fact “100% natural,” because synthetic antioxidants are ineffective against free radicals. Natural Mixed Vitamin E (d-Tochopherol), Green Tea Extract (Camellia Senensis), and Bio-Melanin (Date Fruit Extract) are examples of 100% natural antioxidants.

Michael J Russ, President, Oceana Naturals LLC

Two Simple Skincare Steps for Sensitive Skin

1.Mineral based makeup is a MUST for sensitive skin. Because it is free of fragrances and dyes, it is less irritating to skin. Plus, you apply it with a brush, so you won’t tug at your sensitive skin.

2. Use of fragrance-free moisturizer formulated for sensitive skin. Apply it right after you get out of the shower to lock in moisture, or start with a moisturizing spritz!

Dr. Laura Skellchock, MD, Cosmetic Dermatologist, Integrative Dermatology

What is your favorite sensitive skin skincare tip?

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  1. Maintaining clean cosmetics is very important. If you have sensitive skin or suffer from acne, be diligent in keeping your cosmetics clean. To avoid bacterial contamination, always apply makeup to a face that’s been freshly washed. Wash your facial brushes about once a week in a mild soap or facial cleanser.

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