The hyper-reactivity of sensitive skin is not linked to an allergy but to an abnormal excitability of the skin’s nerve endings. It can be of environmental, vascular or contact origin or be linked to an atopic skin.
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The sensitive skin epidemic is upon us. Over 60% of people now suffer from prickling, itching and stinging on a regular basis. And urban life only exacerbates the issue: every day, pollution and city residues adhere to skin and induce micro-inflammation, accentuating its sensitivity.
Quench your skin's thirst every morning with thermal spring water
Just like the rest of your body, your skin needs to stay hydrated. If it's too dehydrated, it gets dry and rough to the touch, causing tight pulling sensations and perhaps even flaking. To combat the effects of temporary moisture loss in the epidermis-or to prevent it all together-it's important to get into the habit of using a moisturising cream that's suitable for your skin's needs. To satisfy this universal need for hydration, La Roche-Posay has harnessed all the beneficial effects of thermal spring water in its Thermal Spring Water Cream.
“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.