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Sensitive skin : Good habits

Released by Dr. Florence Poli the 2014-03-7
Sensitive skin : Good habits

Avoid products that contain allergenic fragrances or preservatives that could cause skin reactions.

Avoid overly harsh cleansers, which destroy the natural hydrolipidic film that protects the skin.

Use soap-free cleansers or soaps containing surgras agents that restore the hydrolipidic film.

Do not exfoliate too often! Make sure you use a very gentle exfoliant formulated for sensitive skin to remove dead cells, soften and help the skin look more radiant.

Rinse your skin well to remove all traces of your cleanser.

Apply a moisturiser every day.

Avoid very hot water and long baths.

Mots clés : moisturizing care skin

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