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Spring sensitive skin care guide, read this one is enough

Mar 16,2022 | HISEEK PRETTY

For many people, spring means everything grows, which is beautiful.

But for sensitive skin, spring is not very friendly, changeable climate, easy to allergy pollen.
Today we are going to tell you about the care of sensitive skin.

What is sensitive skin?
First, sensitive skin is an unhealthy skin condition, not a skin disease.

Streamlining your skincare routine and avoiding harsh products is the basic rule of thumb for those with sensitive skin and rosacea.

1️⃣ Seasonal care for sensitive skin

If the skin is more sensitive and dry, the main reason is the decrease of skin barrier function caused by the decrease of sebum film secretion. When the skin barrier is damaged, water and electrolytes are lost, making it difficult to maintain the skin's proper moisture content.

Coupled with the drastic changes in temperature, humidity and ultraviolet intensity during the changing seasons, the dehydration of the epidermis is more likely to cause symptoms such as dryness, redness, dryness, itching and tingling, which may aggravate the sensitivity.

Therefore, in addition to repair work, sensitive skin should also pay attention to moisturizing. 

2️⃣ Seasonal care for rosacea

Rosacea sufferers often have a rose-red color that looks very acne-like. Some of my friends' faces are often red and hot.

For rosacea, dermatologists advocate the use of turmeric skin care

Acute rosacea usually manifests as persistent flushing, burning, and scalding. Skin care at this time should focus on minimizing irritation and soothing and stabilizing.

We recommend: Temporarily discontinue irritating cleansers, prefer clean water with a suitable temperature (below 37°C) to clean the skin, and remember to apply a simple moisturizing product in time after cleansing; use a spray or wet compress to relieve skin discomfort. And apply moisturizing products after spraying or wet compress; use physical sunscreen as much as possible, such as umbrellas, hats, sunglasses, etc.

If you are in the stable phase of rosacea, then we recommend that you cleanse your skin gently, moisturize and avoid products that may irritate your skin.

To sum up, for sensitive skin, prevention is far more efficient and economical than nursing after sensitive skin occurs.

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