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This post will give you a clear understanding about your skin and answer the question "Why must you care so much about your skin?" along with a few quick tips to help you minimize any skin sensitivity and let your skin be happy!
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Sensitive skin is on the rise.
Studies show that approximately 1 in 2 people in developed countries report having some degree of sensitive skin. Many factors can increase your risk for skin sensitivity, including climate & environmental stressors, mental health, and childhood eczema. However, perhaps the most significant driving factor for increased sensitive skin around the world is simply, cosmetic products.