20% Out of the total amount of water present in the human body, this is the percentage contained in the skin.
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Extinguish the fire of redness!
Nothing instantly heightens a woman’s radiance like a hint of blush, be it natural or of the cosmetic variety. But when blushing shifts towards flushing or persistent redness, it can make her look overwhelmed, stressed or simply embarrassed.
For women with sensitive skin, their public face no longer matches their inner composure. Their skin reddens in response to countless internal and external stressors. It’s no wonder redness is the top concern among women with sensitive skin.
What’s more, redness tends to worsen with age. Under the effects of sun and other aggravating factors, it progressively detracts from the complexion’s uniformity and beauty. To regain control, it is essential to understand the inner workings of sensitive skin’s redness and embrace the most expert daily care.
“I take care of my sensitive skin. It deserves it!"
Julie has always had sensitive skin. To soothe her skin and reduce its sensitivity she decided to consult a dermatologist.