Yep, all kinds of things can make skin feel sensitive. From central heating to wind and even pollution, here we explore what sensitive skin is all about, and the different factors that can make your skin feel more sensitive.
Sweat, Exercise and Sensitive Skin
Sweat does a great job of cooling us down yet it can leave skin feeling a bit sensitive overtime. Discover our tips and tricks on helping your skin.
Make-Up and Sensitive Skin
Make-up can lead to breakouts, irritation, sensitive skin, and a dirty pillowcase! We explore why cleansing can help your skin steer clear of sensitivity.
Pregnancy and Sensitive Skin
During pregnancy, our skin goes through a whole heap of changes. Sensitivity? It can be one of them.
All Skin Can Be Sensitive Skin
Did you know, that all skin can be sensitive skin? Yep! No matter your skin type. Learn more about it here.
Skin and The City
We know that pollution can make skin feel sensitive. We explore how tiny particles can affect your skin, and how to minimise the impact of city living.
Stress and Sensitive Skin
Stress can sometimes have a negative impact on our skin. Who knew? Find out more about how stress can cause your skin to feel sensitive.
Diet and Sensitive Skin
A balanced diet with lots of water is the right idea. But, how does diet impact your skin? And can your diet make skin feel more sensitive?
Harsh Ingredients and Sensitive Skin
Did you know artificial colours can make skin feel sensitive? Even your fave fragranced cream can irritate your skin! Here's what to look for.
Sensitive Skin and Air Conditioning
Great for keeping us cool when the weather gets hot but not-so-great for our skin. Discover why air conditioning can increase skin's sensitivity.
Sun, Heat and Sensitive Skin
We've explored how hot weather, UV rays and (even) cooling air conditioning can make skin feel more sensitive.
Cold Weather and Sensitive Skin
Cold weather factors like low humidity, snow and windchill have a way of making our skin feel more sensitive