Sensitive Skin or Sensitized Skin which do I have?

No other skin condition is more misunderstood than sensitive skin.  Many people say they have sensitive skin when their skin really is sensitive.  To really know if you have a sensitive skin condition you first need to understand what causes it. 
Sensitive skin is often a genetically-inherited condition that primarily affects very fair-skinned individuals, usually of Northern European ancestry.  Someone with truly sensitive skin has a very fine complexion, is highly prone to blushing and may experience allergies, hay fever or asthma.

5 steps to help keep your skin looking great this winter

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5 steps to help keep your skin looking great this winter
1. Water intake – add a slice of lemon and cucumber to your glass of water – this will taste great, help with hydration both inside and out.

2. Exfoliate your skin – exfoliating will remove dead layers of skin that can build up leaving the skin dull and dry. *Best to exfoliate at night. 

3. Moisturize – applying a hydrating moisturizer will help protect your skin from the temperature change both indoors and out.

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