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Sensitive & Rosacea

So what exactly is sensitive skin?

Often associated with rosacea, the term “sensitive skin” in relation to skin type can be overused or misunderstood. The skin is a reactive mechanism and does respond to internal and external factors – certain individuals are more sensitive or reactive to environment, foods, medications,... More

Often associated with rosacea, the term “sensitive skin” in relation to skin type can be overused or misunderstood. The skin is a reactive mechanism and does respond to internal and external factors – certain individuals are more sensitive or reactive to environment, foods, medications, and certainly cosmetics. It was Rhonda’s observation over many years of working with skin, and being an individual who is also reactive to substances, that most sensitive skins are reacting to inferior products, or products that contain dyes, preservatives, and perfumes. It is also important to understand too that a series of Vitamin A Peels may be one of the best supports for what is termed as a “sensitive” skin. As new, healthy cells surface, the skin becomes less irritated and reactive, specifically if the daily regimen is adjusted to what the skin likes.

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