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Allergic Skin: How To Care For Your Sensitive Skin?

10 Dec, 2021
Anti-aging , autoimmune system disorders , dermatitis , eczema , sensitive skin ,

Our skin is the largest organ in our body. Just as important as the rest of our organs, your skin should be in good condition. Unfortunately, many people have sensitive skin that makes it difficult for them to take care of their skin. In this article, we will introduce you to some ways you can heal and take care of your sensitive skin again!

Skin allergies can happen at any time in your life. One day you just get an allergic skin reaction out of the blue. This can really be anything, and many people suffer from these skin reactions even though they use proper skincare and take care of their skin only to get an allergic reaction. Sensitive skin usually occurs when the immune system is not functioning properly. This leads to the development of some sort of hypersensitivity to what is going on in your body or even in your external environment.
An allergic skin reaction occurs when your immune system attacks the cells of your skin, not a virus or bacteria. When your body senses that something is wrong, it releases a chemical called histamine. Histamine is the same chemical that makes your nose run and your eyes water. It also causes an allergic reaction to your skin. The most common allergic skin reactions are hives and eczema.

If you are a woman, your skin changes during your menstrual cycle. You will notice that your skin is less sensitive during your period. When you become pregnant, your skin also changes a lot. This includes changes to your skin that make it more sensitive and prone to infections. Pregnancy can also change your skin by making it red and swollen. You may also experience a breakout that lasts for several months after your baby is born.

How can I take care of sensitive skin? If you have very sensitive skin, you need to take extra measures to protect it. Sensitive skin is more prone to irritation and allergic reactions because it is more vulnerable to external factors such as stress, cold, heat, bright light, and chemicals in beauty products. Treat your sensitive skin with the same care you would give any other skin. Use products that are labeled hypoallergenic, non-comedogenic (will not clog pores), and dermatologist-tested. Shower after sweating excessively or being exposed to harsh elements like wind or sun.

Wash your face twice a day with a gentle cleanser. Rinse thoroughly with warm water. Pat your face dry instead of rubbing it with a towel, as rubbing can irritate your skin. Apply a light moisturizer after washing your face. Avoid heavy lotions and creams as they can clog pores and cause breakouts on sensitive skin. Choose cosmetics carefully when you wear them. Look for hypoallergenic products with natural ingredients like aloe vera or shea butter listed on the label. These are best for sensitive skin that reacts to harsher chemicals in many makeup products. If you suffer from any kind of skin problem, be sure to keep a journal of what you do. You will be surprised at how much using the right products can do.

It is important to see a good dermatologist. A dermatologist is a doctor who specializes in diseases of the skin. These doctors can diagnose and treat many skin problems and allergies. They also have the knowledge and experience to prescribe the right medications and other treatments for your skin. Some people who suffer from allergies or sensitive skin often try other skincare specialists first before seeing a dermatologist. If they do not feel comfortable with them, they go to a dermatologist instead.

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Topics: Anti-aging , autoimmune system disorders , dermatitis , eczema , sensitive skin ,

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