What is sensitive skin?

Sensitive skin – skin that is more delicate and needs to be treated with extra care – can vary from person to person. “Sensitive skin” does not refer to medically diagnosed conditions, which should always be treated according to the advice of one’s physician. One person may find that their skin reacts to exposure to weather extremes or new fragrances. Whereas another may find that they have to be careful to avoid products that are formulated to be too aggressive and strip away natural sebum.










Factors Influence Your Skin

Almost everything can influence skin—both external and internal elements can and do impact the way your skin looks and feels.

1. Hormones

2. Skin Disorders

3. Genetic Predisposition

4. Smoking

5. Medications

6. Diet

7. Your Skin-Care Routine

8. Stress

9. Unprotected/Prolonged Sun Exposure

10. Pollution

11. Climate

10 Different ways to treat your sensitive skin

1. Drink lots of water

2. Sleep is essential for healthy skin.

3. Consume moderate amounts of alcohol because it dehydrates the skin and body.

4. Protect your skin with sunscreen

5. Be gentle and don’t over-cleanse your sensitive skin

6. Stay away from chemicals

7. Keep your skin well moisturized. Use moisture based anti ageing creams for best results.

8. What matters most for healthy skin is not what you put on it, but what you eat

9. Make it a rule always to use cold water for the face. Warm water may feel very nice at the end of the day, but it leads to loss of moisture and hastens the ageing of the skin.

10. Stay happy Your attitude shows on your skin.