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5 dos and don’ts to care for dry, sensitive skin

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Dry, sensitive skin requires more considered care. Focus on optimal hydration, protection and nourishment.

5 dos and don’ts to care for dry, sensitive skin

56% of women have sensitive skin: prone to redness, itchiness and excessive dryness. The problem increases with age and pollution, as the skin becomes on average 10% drier each decade after the age of 20*. A suitable routine, and good habits, can balance and soothe your sensitive skin to achieve a natural glow.

Do's:

1 Sleep less than 7 hours per night Lack of sleep aggravates your skin’s sensitivity and dryness, causing it to age more rapidly.
2 Eat junk food Dishes that are too spicy or too greasy, or high in gluten, can increase skin sensitivity and generate metabolic disorders.
3 Forget to take off your makeup at night Thorough, gentle cleansing is vital for sensitive skin, purifying it of toxins and residues that accumulate over the day.
4 Change your skincare routine too often Let your skin benefit from high-performance products over time, and don’t overload it with too many new ingredients.

Don't:

1 Sleep less than 7 hours per night Lack of sleep aggravates your skin’s sensitivity and dryness, causing it to age more rapidly.
2 Eat junk food Dishes that are too spicy or too greasy, or high in gluten, can increase skin sensitivity and generate metabolic disorders.
3 Forget to take off your makeup at night Thorough, gentle cleansing is vital for sensitive skin, purifying it of toxins and residues that accumulate over the day.
4 Change your skincare routine too often Let your skin benefit from high-performance products over time, and don’t overload it with too many new ingredients. *Epidemiological Study by Brest Hospital, France.

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