To know your skin type, we urge you to take our test and see which category you fit into—oily, dry, normal or combination. This will help you zero in on products that will suit your skin’s needs.
If you continue to have acne breakouts, redness, inflammation, puffiness around the eyes, and rashes even, perhaps you may want to list yourself under the sensitive category. The reason regular products don’t work for you is that they can prove to be too rich and saturated, leading to excessive perspiration-induced rashes and breakouts.
You need soap-free cleansers and products that do not have antibacterial or deodorizing ingredients, alcohol, acids, fragrances, retinoids or alpha-hydroxy acids.
That’s why we’ve specially curated this brand list; it is for those individuals who, no matter how gentle they go, still can’t seem to get rid of skin-related problems.
Clinique: This brand is known their hypoallergenic products that are also 100 percent fragrance-free. Go to their 3-Step category and select type 1 skin type to give a rundown of skincare products that are apt for sensitive skin. They include moisturizer, soap and clarifying lotion, which also forms a skincare routine. Clinique also has a line of nail enamel for sensitive skin.
Origins: Check out their Dr. Andrew Weil’s line that is designed for sensitive skin. It includes cleansers, face and eye serum, face cream, lotions and face mask. The Harvard-trained physician has used Reishi Mushrooms, a herbal mushroom used in Chinese medicine, to soothe the reaction of sensitive skin. The products do not use harsh chemical such as parabens and they are completely vegan. To get the list of products from sensitive skin, go to Skincare->Shop by Skin Concerns->Relief For Redness & Sensitivity.
Tata Harper: It is 100 percent natural and non-toxic and takes it further. They do not use synthetic ingredients, filler and fragrance, which are ingredients that accelerate the signs of sensitive skin. This brand includes facial oil serum, face oil and cleanser. But the best product is Resurfacing Mask—it has willow bark, radish root and beet extract, mixed with rose clay. Tata Harper’s products are gluten free and eco-friendly. Check out their section on Sensitivity for these products.
Physicians Formula: Go to Product Lines->Organic Wear to select products for sensitive skin. Physicians Formula-Organic Wear is 100 percent free of chemicals, synthetic preservatives, zero parabens, free of GMO’s, no colors and free of fragrances. These are what make this product line perfect for sensitive skin. This line includes mascara, sunscreen, BB cream and moisturizer. Get your products here.
Korres: These products have their recipes rooted in homeopathy and apothecary. Korres is collaborating with various research institutes to produce natural and eco-friendly products that are prepared with sustainable technologies. Their products not only soothe sensitive skin, they are gluten free, vegan and vegetarian too. The Korres’ line has skincare, lip stick and body care products that are suitable for sensitive skin. You can ship the products from here.
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