Monday, 25 May 2009

Sensitive Skin Care Products For Beautiful Skin

Sensitive skin care products are now in vogue! More and
more people exhibit skin sensitivity and have adverse
reactions to cosmetics, environmental issues, and
toiletries.

Sensitive skin care products are being sold more and more
because there are very few people in the world who have
perfect skin. Most of the time skin problems are the
result of the products we use on our skin. Most sensitive
skin care products on the market today are sold as
all-natural and many are quite effective in helping most
sensitive skin problems.

There are many places that you can get a professional
facial as well as a skin type analysis. These places often
offer free facials and trials of their sensitive skin care
products. It gives you the chance to try out different
sensitive skin care products to find the ones that are most
appropriate for your skin.

A survey recently showed that 50% of women and 40% of men
regard themselves as needing sensitive skin care products.
Scientific studies show that later life sensitive skin
issues are correlated with a weakening of the outer most
skin layer called the skin barrier. Further, it's been
shown that the sooner an individual uses sensitive skin
care products and strengthens the skin barrier, the
healthier and younger looking skin will be later in life.

If you aren't sure if you need sensitive skin care
products, there are several signs:

· First, the skin becomes oily and broken-out in the
summer but then dry, red, and tight during winter.

· When emotionally stressed, the skin becomes red
and puffy or breaks out in a case of adult acne.

· Many people needing sensitive skin care products
find that they blush or become flushed more easily than
most.

As for skin care products, people needing sensitive skin
care products, will likely have experienced rashes or
irritations from several products, especially those that
are heavily scented. In cases of extreme sensitive skin,
this extends to household products as well - detergents,
kitchen or bathroom cleaners, and hand soaps can all cause
various reactions, even spicy foods and too much exercise
can lead to skin irritation.

In summary, check the labels on your skin care products.
Avoid fragrances, artificial dyes and the various paraben
preservatives, as they can cause irritation and possible
health problems. Sensitive skin care products that are
made from all-natural ingredients are your best bet for
resolving generally sensitive skin or occasional flare-ups.


About the Author:

John Russell of IH Distribution, LLC brings you health,
anti-aging and skin care products from around the world.
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