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Sensitive skin may be aggravated by dryness, environmental factors, exposure to irritants, and skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, or rosacea. If you are dealing with visible redness, cracked, or dry skin, you may benefit from incorporating products that are formulated to soothe skin sensitivity into your skincare routine.


Our products for sensitive skin, which include cleansers, moisturizers, serums, and sunscreens, are formulated with ceramides to help restore your skin’s protective barrier and lock in moisture. Whether your hypersensitive skin is prone to dryness, breakouts, or red bumps, we have a product to help support healthy-looking skin and avoid irritation in sensitive skin.

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Important Things to Know about Sensitive Skin

  • The key to addressing the needs of sensitive skin is first to find out the cause of your skin sensitivity. A board-certified dermatologist can help you determine the root cause of your hypersensitivity and develop a gentle and effective skincare routine. No matter the cause of your sensitive skin, it is always a good idea to stay away from skincare products with fragrances—and other irritants, like alcohol—and rely on products that hydrate and protect your skin barrier.
  • Sensitive skin is a skin type characterized by skin hypersensitivity often caused by cosmetics, skincare products, and specific climate conditions. It is possible to have more than one skin type, so your skin can be oily, dry, or combination, as well as sensitive.
  • If you experience skin irritation on your face or body—such as red bumps, dryness, redness, or cracked skin after applying cosmetics or skincare products—or after being exposed to certain environmental conditions, you likely have sensitive skin.1 For further guidance, always be sure to talk to a board-certified dermatologist.
  • While sensitive skin is a common skincare concern, there is not much known about the underlying causes of skin sensitivity. If you want to learn more about what is causing your sensitive skin, we recommend scheduling an appointment with a board-certified dermatologist.

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  • 1. Lev-Tov, H., and Maibach, H. “The sensitive skin syndrome.” Indian journal of dermatology vol. 57,6 (2012): 419-23. doi:10.4103/0019-5154.103059

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