Sensitive skin can be quite a hurdle to overcome. There’s just so much to consider before using anything and even after those hypoallergenic skin care products, you still need to be aware of what you should do. When it comes to self tanning, individuals who have sensitive skin may have a hard time on how to take care of their tan without causing a breakout from chemicals or allergens in various skin care products.
Not to worry, here are some tips to consider as a skin care regimen for those with sensitive skin.
Firstly, it’s best to make use of a hypoallergenic self tanner. This may be hard to find but if you rely on self tanners that make use of organic ingredients, this can help you get self tanned skin. Items with organic sources tend to lessen the chances of allergic reactions thus you can rely on self tanners, such as those from Thermalabs, for your self tanning needs.
Now that your self tanning has been sorted out, make use of natural moisturizers to keep your skin from drying. Dry skin can easily ruin a good tan. Normally, you’d want to avoid moisturizers, creams or even lotions that have retinol in them as they can erase your self tan. However, you can make use of aloe vera to provide hydration to your skin. Another way to keep your skin in good condition is to consistently drink water. A good amount of water in your system will greatly affect your skin.
Avoid using the same moisturizer for your face and body, your face has a very sensitive set of skin cells so try to make use of a gentler moisturizer to keep it from drying out. If you’re curious, certain products such as those incorporating thermal spring and aloe vera based moisturizers are great for your face.