Do You Have Sensitive Skin ?

You may have sensitive skin if:

  • Certain skin care products, or household care products cause stinging, burning, redness, and/or skin sensitive to touch.

  • Although you may have no visible effects after contact with a product, it always makes your skin feel uncomfortable.

Dermatologists, doctors specializing in skin, consider the diagnosis of skin that is sensitive when they:

  • See skin reactions such as pustules, skin bumps, and/or skin erosion.

  • Observe excessively dry skin, which doesn’t adequately protect nerve endings on the skin and may lead to skin reactions from cosmetics or skin care products.

  • notice a tendency to blushing and skin flushing.Meaning, maybe your skin is reacting to toxic chemicals that you don't know about but can easily avoid…

Do you notice that your skin is frequently irritated after contact with certain substances, such as latex or from a particular kind of food?

If so, make sure your see a doctor to find out if you have a skin allergy or sensitivity.

Remove Skin Irritants From Your Home

Start removing products from your home that have harmful or potentially cancer causing ingredients in them. Be sure to see this Harmful Ingredients List.

You may also enjoy this pocket guide called "Dying To Look Good" which will tell you exactly which products are toxic and which products are safe!

When I started finding out about all of the harmful ingredients in skin care products, I realized why my skin was reacting badly

There are reasonably priced products on the market that do not contain harmful ingredients and will not cause your skin to become sensitive.

It also may be helpful to determine your skin type.

You will also be much less likely to have skin sensitivity if you use only moisturizer designed for sensitive skin.

Be sure to also get my free Skin Care Report

Please contact me if you have any questions about your skin by using the form below.

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Return from Sensitive Skin to Nontoxic Alternatives

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