Treat Your Sensitive Skin the Right Way!

These beauty products are kinder to your skin.


One of the main drawbacks of having sensitive skin is the bad skin reaction towards certain products. According to WebMd, those with sensitive skin experienced these discomforts such as dryness, the burning feeling, itchiness and redness. Instead of experimenting with other products that might not work, give these products a try. One of them might end up as your fave!

1. Burt’s Bees: Sensitive Facial Cleansing TowelettesRM45

This is a must have for all daily makeup wearers. The towelettes are powerful enough to clear off heavy makeup without bringing any side effects to your skin. You wouldn’t have to deal with those extra oily makeup removers anymore.

2. First Aid Beauty: Gentle Cleanse Kit, RM39

This cleansing kit does a good job clearing all dirt and last few traces of makeup off your face without making you feel like a dried sponge. Instead it leaves your skin feeling well hydrated and super soft while refraining you from experiencing any future break outs!


3. The Body Shop: Vitamin E Hydrating TonerRM65

Some individuals with sensitive skin may skip out applying toners from their daily regime since it amplifies the dryness of the skin to a next level. But with the right toner like this one you’ll finally have the chance to avoid the situation. The absence of alcohol in this toner will definitely bring your skin back to life!


4. Dermalogica: Ultracalming Serum Concentrate, RM331

Erase the redness once and for all with this serum! It’s creamy but not to the extent where it leaves a trail of oiliness behind. Give this serum a shot if you’re looking into more ways to hydrate and freshen up your skin!


5. A’kin: Chamomile & Shea 24 Hour Unscented Facial Moisturiser, RM 126.14

For a moisturiser that just works, give this baby a go. Your skin will never suffer again with its zero fragrance, shea butter and chamomile combo. A’kin’s formula is also vegan friendly and has never been tested on animals. That’s how natural it can get!


Written by Nadrah Ahmad Kamal

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