3 Ways To Help Treat Sensitive Skin


Soothe Your Sensitive Skin

Your skin works 24-7, and it's not a job people always think about. Whether we're talking about exposure to environmental conditions or the stresses that life puts on us, sometimes we need to remember that skin works hard every day. It's exposed to external conditions like cleaning products, cosmetics, and possibly even the ingredients in your food. Stressed skin gets rashes and wrinkles, while properly balanced skin glows with vibrancy and radiance. Add more balance and support to your sensitive skin with these sensitive skin tips and ingredients.



Foods, lifestyle, and skin care products can add balance or stress to your skin which is often a reflection of what’s going on inside as well as on the body surface.

Take a few moments to become aware and more mindful of your skin and what could be an underlying cause of your reddened, raw, itchy flares. Food or allergy testing may be beneficial to discover if a simple elimination or addition to your diet or lifestyle could help. Stress and all that comes with it can be a major contributor to sensitive skin and similar conditions and needs to be addressed as well.

Finding the best treatment for sensitive or problematic skin is to first figure out the root cause. All the lotions and creams in the world won't be able to properly or (long term) treat sensitive skin if they aren't able to address the underlying cause as to the imbalance in your sensitive skin. Assessing and testing the potential causes is crucial; one being as simple as improper use of a product. If you think your sensitive or problematic skin may be something you're doing, read on; are you doing too much to harm your skin?



Adjust your diet if needed eliminating certain foods that may cause allergies such as nightshades or spicy foods. Adding support for proper gut health with pro-biotics or herbs like Dandelion or Burdock root can help reduce flare-ups as well. Eliminating alcohol or supporting liver health can be a key component with sensitive skin. 

Make sure you are using natural products made with quality organic ingredients. Just as choosing the best ingredients for your food consumption, treat your sensitive skin to the most nutritious daily routine with a Calming Cream Cleanser, Soothing Mask, and Redness Control Serum. In order to balance your skin naturally, it is hugely important to understand the power of herbs and natural ingredients. Our Cutisyn Body Ceutics Repairing Body Lotion and Butter is a perfect example of an ensemble that works as hard as your skin to make you look and feel your very best. Your angry skin will thank you for the cooling, soothing and calming botanicals. 

As life happens, try to find ways to reduce stress, boost immunity, and reduce inflammation to avoid psoriasis flare-ups. Our Skin Health Extract and Adrenal Adapt and Stress Balance Extracts are perfect aids to boost your sensitive skin. 



Sensitive skin can benefit from ingredients that help soothe, calm and reduce inflammation. Besides reducing the potential causes of sensitive or problematic skin flare-ups, be sure to include these natural soothers to reduce redness, irritation and inflammation. 

Popular Natural Ingredients to Help for Sensitive Skin

Chamomile - is a medicinal herb known for its superpowers since ancient times. In skin care it is praised for its anti-inflammatory properties. 

Oats - make a nice (oat milk) bath that helps soothe redness and irritation.

Jojoba Oil - mimics a natural sebum produced by your skin, and helps moisturize and protect sensitive skin.

Niacinamide - Vitamin B3 helps to reduces redness as it soothes and heals. 

Willow Bark - natural source of Salicylic acid that helps reduce redness and inflammation. 

Chamomile benefits


Sensitive skin comes with its own challenges. Once you figure our the main cause and adjust your day to day and switch to sensitive skin products, you may notice your skin's sensitivity lessen overtime and hopefully go away completely.

Want more in depth information to different skin care ingredients? Follow our new Vella series on Amazon Kindle to read monthly episodes on the most popular ingredients in skin care, how to use them and why with our new Quick Guide to Natural Skin Care Ingredients. 

regina disilvestro


Prevention - jojoba

National Library of Medicine - chamomile

Healthline – Jojoba Oil 

Medical News Today - Oatmeal

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