Treatment for sensitive skin with redness

Sensitive skin usually reacts easily against external factors like sun, cold, humidity and temperature changes in general. The combination of the above factors along with unhealthy eating habits and alcohol consumption affects and irritate even more the skin, make it looks reddish, feeling it itchy and cracked.

 

Our suggestions for sensitive skin with redness.

It is very important to clean your face every morning with MEY SENSITINE SKIN CLEANSING GEL that cleans hydrates and offers a feeling of coolness and softness. It specifically targets sensitive skin prone to redness and itching. Panthenol and Aloe Vera hydrate the skin, while chamomile extract has antiseptic and soothing properties. It perfectly removes makeup and dirt. You can use it also every night to allow your skin to breathe throughout night time.

It is necessary to prepare your skin against external factors. ROSALIQUE 3 IN 1 ANTI-REDNESS MIRACLE FORMULA SPF 50 is a miracle formula, developed especially for hypersensitive and redness prone skin. It’s clinically proven that fights redness through provitamin B5, and shea butter. Also suitable for the sunny days as it contains UV filters with SPF 50 that protects skin from the harmful effects of the sun.

Our lifestyle suggestions to improve the look of your skin.

Sensitive skin is strongly linked with your lifestyle. It’s important to follow a balanced diet, avoid stress and an exercise program.

Try to choose food rich in omega 3 fatty acids, vitamin A, E, C and zinc. It is very important to drink plenty of water so as to keep your body hydrated.

Stress has a negative effect on the skin. Stress hormones increase cortisol and adrenaline and cause inflammations. Adopting a lifestyle with reduced stress, you will notice a great improvement in the appearance of your skin.

Finally, several studies have shown that regular exercise affects directly the appearance of the skin. Exercise contributes to a better blood circulation, which means vitamins, oxygen and minerals reach faster to the organs of the body.