Ways to Treat Sensitive Skin
Help your skin make a gentle transition into spring
With dry air indoors and frigid air outdoors, the winter does a number on our skin–and dryness is just one symptom. Are you constantly on the hunt for ways to treat sensitive skin?
Anyone with sensitive skin knows all too well about redness, itching, and even skin reactions to even the gentlest of products. Check out these products designed for sensitive skin.
Dr. Brandt Anti-Irritant Collection
Featuring a cleanser and a moisturizer, these new products from Dr. Brandt relieve inflammation associated with skin reactions with a slew of gentle botanicals. You’ll see less redness along with more hydrated and resilient skin. Cleanser, $40; Moisturizer, $65; drbrandtskincare.com
Clinique Comfort on Call
Designed to help the skin protect itself from irritants such as extreme weather, this new offering from Clinique contains jabara fruit extract, a newcomer to the beauty scene. Cultivated in Japan, this citrus fruit has long been used by indigenous villagers to calm the skin. $39.50, clinique.com
Eau Thermale Avene
What do the dermatologists recommend for irritated skin? In most cases (even after in-office treatments like chemical peels and microdermabrasion), it’s Eau Thermale Avene Thermal Spring Water. Bottled in France, this preservative-free water mist is jam-packed with soothing minerals. $16, drugstore.com
Origins Soothing Lip Balm
Organic shea and cocoa butters along with a bevy of organic oils help lock in moisture, and soften dry, chapped lips. And the vanilla flavor helps ward off cravings for sweets! $15, origins.com