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Sensitive skin, stressed skin, problem skin – these terms often appear together. Unfortunately, there is no precise definition of this skin condition. Mostly, it is a very subjective feeling that suggests a sensitive skin. Redness, tension, reactivness, dandruff and itching often occur. In fact, the skin here is very sensitive and reacts easily.
HOW DO YOU TAKE CARE OF YOUR SENSITIVE SKIN?
The causes of a sensitive skin condition varies. Often it is a sensory misperception without medically apparent symptoms. Dry skin with a irregular sebum production is more often more sensitive than its an oilier counterpart Due to the disturbed skin barrier layer, irritating substances can penetrate deeper into the skin in the sensitive skin type, which leads to inflammatory and immune reactions.
As a result, the overall sensitivity to otherwise well-tolerated substances can be increased. The most important thing for you is to know and avoid the triggers that cause you irritations. Focus on strengthening your skin barrier and slowly adjust your skin care routine and introduce new products. If you need help, we will be happy to advise you.
My skin was so red and upset before I contacted Sarah from NAYA. She helped me understand what might react with my skin and what I can do to help my skin heal itself and become stronger. I have not felt so good for a long time. And so grateful to Sarah, her support and having launched such wonderful products.