Sensitive skin is just that, finicky and fragile. From dry and oily to dermatitis and itchy, it is important to find the right daily skin care routine that lifts us up. Here are a few essential products for sensitive skin that work to effectively clean and balance skin with gentle, natural ingredients.
This cleanser includes Aloe paired with rice and cotton extracts that cleanse the skin while giving back its moisture. The creamy texture is gentle and soothing unlike harsher cleansers that strip the face.
- Thayer’s Witch Hazel Toner – $10.95
This alcohol-free, Witch Hazel toner is made with Aloe Vera and Rose Petal to cleanse, tone, and moisturize while helping deliver pH balance to the skin. The refreshing antioxidant and antibacterial properties of this product are a must have to turn sensitive skin into a supple glow.
The gentle moisturizer pairs well with its matching cleanser, and helps provide a good, more natural skin barrier. Delivering hydration without irritation, this light cream spreads nicely over sensitive skin, leaving the face feeling fresh all day.
This mask delivers excellent results just after a single use, even for sensitive skin. Made with coconut charcoal, this product provides a deep cleanse while also retaining moisture and avoiding irritation. The added benefits of rosehip oil and organic reishi mushrooms alleviate irritation, aid in preventing breakouts, and keep the skin soothed and hydrated.
A cheaper option, but delivering similar benefits, this Zinc and Sulfur mask is great for acne prone sensitive skin. Made with Tea Tree Oil, Camphor, Willow Bark Extract, and special formula Alp Sebum, this product fights bacteria, cools and calms skin, and fights inflammation and clogged pores.
Try using the Bert’s Bees cleanser followed by Thayer’s toner, or use one of the masks for a deeper cleanse. Use the Bert’s Bees moisturizer before heading out the door, or getting ready for bed. Giving your skin the nutrients it needs will keep it calm, cool, and fresh!
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