Sensitive Skin Care for Any Season

Sensitive Skin Care for Any Season

Sensitive Skin Care for Any Season

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Sensitive Skin Care 101

Sensitive skin is a common issue many of us face throughout the year. Whether it’s chilly winter or humid summer, people can experience dry skin, red blotches, breakouts, and sometimes allergic reactions due to certain products or environmental elements.

There are many reasons why sensitive skin can occur. These include:

  • Injured skin
  • Dry skin
  • Genetic factors
  • Skin disorders such as eczema and rosacea
  • Allergic skin reactions such as contact dermatitis
  • Excessive exposure to sun-damaging factors

In order to treat sensitive skin complaints, it’s vital to establish a healthy sensitive skin care routine. Let’s take a look at the essential ways to treat sensitive skin so your skin no longer experiences burning, itching, or tenderness.

Sensitive Skin Care Routine

The best way to treat sensitive skin is to establish a healthy skin care routine. One of the first steps someone should take when treating their skin is to visit a dermatologist. They’ll be able to help you identify the root cause of your sensitive skin issue. Together, you’ll be able to establish a plan geared towards your sensitive skin care needs that you can easily implement in your day-to-day life.

When caring for your sensitive skin at home, there are a wide variety of treatments you can try that will protect your skins barrier from further damage and pain. A simple way to soothe the skin is to find a cream moisturizer that is fragrance-free and has an SPF 30 or higher. Throughout the day, apply your moisturizer to sensitive areas and immediately after washing your body, face, and hands.

In addition to cream moisturizers, soothing bath treatments are helpful in calming the skin. Bath products containing oatmeal, coconut, honey, aloe, and milk provide much-needed relief to heal and repair the skin’s barrier from future irritation. Comforting bath products for your skin can include bath bombs, soaps, and conditioners.

If you enjoy cosmetic products, certain ones are important to avoid so your sensitive skin doesn’t flare up. These include silicone-based foundations, liquid eyeliners, waterproof makeup products, and expired cosmetics.

Start Your Cosmetic Manufacturing Journey with DMI

Want to create a soothing and calming sensitive skin care line? DMI is your go-to cosmetic manufacturer. Our US-based production facility is well-versed in different sensitive skin types and can create the right Cosmetics, Skin Care, OTC Products, and Naturals & Botanicals for your sensitive skin care line needs. Look at us as your next partner in product development – we’re excited to start the journey with you! Contact us today.