As you guys might have seen, I do have a video on my channel of my skincare routine. Yet there are so many other products I use on a daily basis, that cater to sensitive skin like mine. If you also suffer from sensitive skin, this post might save you time during your trial and error phase of products.
Starting with bath products, I’ve had the best experience using the original Dial Soap Bars for my entire life. I find that the Dial body wash breaks me out, whereas the scentless soap bar has never failed me. Since some body washes tend to not contain anti-bacterial qualities, I always use the soap bar first, and then grab my Aveeno body wash. I usually interchange between the Skin Relief one and the original one. They both work great on me, and Aveeno is a wonderful brand for those who have sensitive skin like myself.
After my showers, I’ll grab my preferred body lotion by Eucerin, which is probably the only body lotion that has worked on my skin for a long time. I’ve tried many brand name lotions such as Bath & Body Works, Gold Bond, and others that have only left my body itching and full of new rashes after application. I swear by the Eucerin Skin Calming Cream, because it actually works.
To prep my face for my moisturizer, I use Thayer’s Scentless Aloe-Vera Formula Toner, which is extremely gentle on the skin. I ordered mine on drugstore.com after I read several reviews on it. I originally used an alcohol based toner, which isn’t necessarily bad for you, but I was tired of my face burning all of the time. With the Thayer’s Toner, you’ll feel like you’re applying chemical-free water on your face, with no harsh skin reactions to show for it.
Finally, some awesome facial cleansers that I’ve interchanged between for some time now, are the Eucerin Gentle Hydrating Cleanser, and Fresh Soy Face Cleanser. The Soy Face Cleanser has a hint of cucumber scent to it, and feels like a milky lotion once you apply it. It doesn’t foam up, but it leaves your skin feeling clean and smooth after a wash. My go-to and favorite cleanser though, is the Gentle Hydrating Cleanser. It feels wonderful on the skin, and is scentless.
Makeup from the day instantly melts off, and your face is left feeling squeaky clean. If you’re willing to splurge a little bit on a cleanser, then you can grab the Fresh Soy Face Cleanser at Sephora. Yet if you want to save a few pennies, and want the same results (if not better), then picking up the Eucerin Gentle Hydrating Cleanser at your local drugstore will work too!
If you guys have any sensitive skin product suggestions as well, just comment below with them. I’m always up for testing out new products that will only leave my skin feeling healthy and taken care of, minus the blemishes.
I hope you’ve found this post helpful, and thanks for stopping by!