Intolerant and easily irritated skin

Intolerant and easily irritated skin

Intolerant skin tends to overreact when exposed to harsh external environments that are normally well tolerated,  such as a sharp change in temperature, wind, cold, certain irritating products or even emotional stress.

This sensitivity is reflected primarily in skin discomfort: tightness, prickling and/or tingling, a feeling of heat or even a burning sensation. This discomfort is sometimes accompanied by visible signs, such as temporary redness, dry skin or flaking. All of these are short-lived reactions, and the skin seems normal except during flare-ups brought on by contact with something it does not tolerate well

 

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