How to keep sensitive skin happy with these natural ingredients
If you are dealing with sensitive skin, you know that impulse buys at the beauty counter can be risky. One wrong ingredient can ruin a carefully developed skincare routine and even lead to an allergic reaction. But knowing which powerful natural ingredients are on your side can save you lots of time and effort trawling through beauty blogs or websites.
Oat milk - to soothe your skin
Did you know that some ingredients in the kitchen can work wonders for nourishing your skin? Oat milk is superb for hydrating and relieving the feeling of very dry skin. Mixa's Soothing Body Lotion is enriched with oat milk and great for quenching your skin’s thirst each day.
Coriander - to nourish your hands
Coriander oil may not be as well-known or popular as other oils, but it’s rich in oleic acid that acts as a protective film on your skin and helps to maintain moisture. If your hands need extra care, Anti-Dryness Hand Cream is a winner. Keep it in your handbag so you can treat yourself to a mini-massage whenever you need a little moment to relax.
Panthenol - to repair your sensitive skin
Sometimes if your skin is very dry and sensitive, you may experience shedding, flakiness or roughness. This is when you need sensitive skincare products that will actively repair and work hard to regenerate your skin. Panthenol (Vitamin B5) comes from plants and has excellent regenerative and soothing properties. If you use CICA-Cream with Panthenol, your skin will feel reconditioned and moisturised at the same time!
Vitamin E - to tone your flagging skin
Your skin is exposed to a barrage of toxins and chemicals each day. Eating balanced meals and drinking enough water is a good start in the fight against skin aggressors. However, Vitamin E should also be present in your skincare regimen. Its antioxidant powers will help your skin to regain that youthful, healthy look! Try Firming Body Lotion to help dry, tired skin regain its elasticity and look and feel more toned.
The next time you find yourself in the beauty aisle or online wanting to treat yourself to a new moisturiser or lotion, there’s no need to spend too much time or energy researching. Look out for these natural skin-friendly ingredients and products that are free from added chemicals.