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Best 10 Products For Sensitive Skin

Updated on May 1, 2019

CoverGirl Sensitive Skin Foundation

For the makeup junkies out there, foundation is a very important part of your daily routine! With CoverGirl's Clean Sensitive Skin Foundation, you won't have to worry about any of the irritations that one might get from using other, more commercialized foundations. Definitely one to try if you're looking for a foundation that's right for you!

Honest Hand Soap

If you're like me, hand soaps, such as, Dial or most other generic bar soaps leave your skin dry and feeling like you're part crocodile-- which is something no one wants to be left with. However, Honest Hand Soap is made from more natural ingredients. This plant-based hand soap is gentle with your hands, without all of the harsh chemicals that may damage your skin. If you're willing to pay a little extra to make your skin happy, then honest hand soap is for you.

Dove Sensitive Skin Body Wash

Dove is usually wonderful when it comes to creating products for those with sensitive skin-- or other skin issues. Dove's Sensitive Skin Body Wash is no exception. Not only is it smooth and nice smelling, but it leaves your skin soft without you having to put any sort of lotion on! This is definitely a must have for your shower time.

Burt's Bees beeswax lip balm.
Burt's Bees beeswax lip balm.

Burt's Bees Lip Balm

If you're anything like me, it's hard not to mindlessly pick at your chapped lips. Whether it be at work, school, even at home. No matter the place, Burt's Bees takes the cake for all natural skin care products. Made from natural beeswax, their balm rejuvenates your lips, moisturizing them an preventing them from becoming chapped. Frequently, you kind find these up near the checkouts of most convenient and grocery stores. Easy access and healing remedies? What's not to love?

Neutrogena Sensitive Skin Sunscreen

This might not seem like common knowledge, but you should put on sunscreen as a part of your morning routine. Not only will it keep you from burning up that beautiful skin, but it will also protect you from the carcinogenic UVB rays that the sun throws your way. What better way to do that with Neutrogena? As someone who burns very easy, Neautrogena's Sensitive Skin sunscreen keeps your appearance glowing without leaving behind the oily residue of many other sunscreens-- successfully keeping your skin protected and burn free.

Cetaphil Facial Cleanser

For those of you with raging acne problems, Cetaphil is a must. A good portion of facial cleansers meant to help with acne, only cause irritation for those with sensitive skin. Not only is Cetaphil cost effective, it being one of the cheaper options on the market, as well as the most gentle. It wipes away the dirt and oil from your day, whilst leaving your skin with its natural moisture, helping to prevent breakouts.

Neutrogena Makeup Removing Wipes

It can be difficult to remove 100% of your makeup, especially at the end of the day. There are some mornings where I look in the mirror and realize just how much I resemble a raccoon from the remnants of last night's smoky eye. Sometimes, scrubbing away just isn't enough. Rather than spend all that time, only to still look a hot mess, Neutrogena's facial wipes fix that for me. All it takes is a couple, soft wipes, and it leaves your face as clean as it had been before the makeup process without the time consuming nature of your old routine. This is yet another time and cost effective way to make your life easier and your skin radiant. I mean, who wants to waste time scrubbing away after a long day at work?

Vaseline Intensive Care Lotion

Vaseline is a name nearly everyone who cares a lick about beauty products have heard and it's as it should be. They have many, many different lines of products, nearly all of them meant for healing the skin. Their aloe remedy, however? One of the best. It has the soothing agents of aloe, the moisture of Vaseline, as well as bits of Vaseline jelly. All with the aim of helping your dry skin. Not only does it rapidly repair the skin, but it also has an appealing aroma. If you're okay with fragrance in your products, then I would heavily recommend Vaseline's aloe body lotion to you.

Mario Badescu Facial Sprays

Speaking of aloe, have you considered trying a facial spray? They might sound unnecessary, but it's a little something extra you can do to help if you happen to struggle with sensitive skin. Their aloe recipe is packed with antioxidants of all sorts, nearly each one containing aloe to help soothe and repair your facial skin. A little spritz of a facial spray can help to moisturize your skin, without being nearly as heavy or oily as some creams out there. It's quick, effective, and healthy.

OleHenriksen Oil-Fighting Facial Cream

After only a few hours of being at work, I find my face being more oily than ever. No matter how clean it was in the morning, it doesn't matter come the end of the day. If you're willing to dish out a bit of extra cash, the OleHenriksen oil reducing facial lotion is life changing. More oil = more breakouts, which is something no one enjoys getting. In just a few doses, it manages to cut oil production substantially, leaving your face with it's necessary natural oils and cutting out the others.

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