Is your skin glowing like a belisha beacon?

Then chances are you have sensitive skin.

This can have a major impact on skin health; it can break down collagen and elastin fibres our internal scaffolding and impair the protective barrier upsetting the acid mantle, knocking it out of balance.

The causes of sensitivity

Technically, the dermatological definition of sensitive skin is a reactive skin, one that easily becomes flushed and inflamed.

Literally anything can set this off:

  • Food
  • Stress
  • Allergies
  • Genetics
  • The sun
  • Pollution
  • Chemicals
  • Medication
  • Fragrances
  • Air conditioning
  • Astringent products

Chances are you may have gone decades without incident, yet suddenly you started to experience frustrating flare ups.

When this happens, the knee jerk reaction is to layer on the products, in a bid to diffuse inflammation.

When our skin gets overloaded it knocks the acid mantle, our skins delicate micro-flora out of balance.

This has a knock on effect creating gaps between the cellular walls which allows irritants to enter the blood stream, which causes inflammation and sensitivity.

With such a maddeningly diverse list of triggers, you could be forgiven for not knowing how you treat sensitivity, the key is to support and maintain a healthy lipid barrier.

So give your skin a break, and forgo the candy store approach.

After all, it is the largest organ on the body and even your skin occasionally requires a detox.


Sensitive skin is a complex issue and identifying the problem is a major pre-requisite for successful treatment.

What are the symptoms of the sensitivities?
What are the influences?
When did the skin begin to develop symptoms?
What can be done to prevent sensitive skin?

Only then, can you begin to seriously treat this skin condition and start your journey to healthy beautiful skin.

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