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Skin reacts with redness, burning and itching

Sensitive skin is associated with rosacea, seborrheic dermatitis, and atopy; sensitivity can be inherited or acquired. Sensitive skin exhibits inflammatory responses to various triggers such as allergens, preservatives, or fragrances. SkinCeuticals offers products formulated with soothing ingredients to help soothe and calm skin.

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Most women and men experience sensitive skin at some point in their lives, whether due to environmental factors, skincare products, or in-office treatments.


Regardless of the cause, all sensitive skin has one thing in common: Inflammation. When nerve endings become hyper-reactive, the results include burning, stinging, redness, and itching. Those with sensitive skin often try to treat the symptoms themselves, only to make matters worse. Skincare for sensitive skin is formulated with anti-inflammatory ingredients like bisabolol, cucumber, and other natural botanicals. When inflammation is reduced, other symptoms usually subside as well. Sensitive skin is also less tolerant of exfoliation and more aggressive anti-aging ingredients like retinol and alpha hydroxy acids, but SkinCeuticals offers targeted skincare for sensitive skin in the form of serums and soothing moisturizers that calm the complexion in addition to topical antioxidants and sunscreens that have been proven to be safe for sensitive skin. The correct SkinCeuticals regimen results in visible improvement in the health and beauty of sensitive skin.

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