Category Archives: "Rosacea and Flushing"
In our third installment on sensitive skin, we’re going to talk about allergies. According to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI), in 2010, skin allergies affected 13 percent of children aged 17 years and under. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says these allergies are on the rise, increasing from
Tired of dealing with sensitive skin issues like redness, dryness, allergic rashes and acne? The American Academy of Dermatology says that sensitive skin affects millions of people, causing uncomfortable and embarrassing issues that we all just wish would go away. A 2011 study found that out of 994 subjects questioned, nearly 45 percent declared having
If you have sensitive skin, new skin care products can be scary. Reactions aren’t fun, and usually involve rashes, redness, itching, irritation, inflammation, breakouts, swelling, and in the most severe cases, open sores and blisters. I know all about these reactions, as I watched a supposed “sensitive cream” make my father’s fragile skin much worse
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