Having sensitive skin can be a tough thing to deal with sometimes, and many people have a difficult time finding the right type of diet or product that’s most suitable for their sensitive skin. We can personally relate to those who suffer from eczema, as many of our clients experience this inflammatory skin condition. For some, it takes time to find the right type of diet and products that work best for both their facial skin and the rest of their body. For those who are looking for a better skin care solution for their eczema, we recommend getting gentle facial treatments to help the healing process. Although there are many different types of facial treatments, here are a couple of our favorite recommendations for those with sensitive skin.
Organic Facials for Sensitive Skin
Anyone with sensitive skin should try an organic facial to start with. The thing that is great about the organic facial is the fact that it is natural and considered to be one of the safest ways to rejuvenate your sensitive skin without irritating it, unlike other chemically-based facials and peels may do. While some people may think that organic facials won’t be strong enough to work, they do infuse the skin with important vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fatty acids that chemically-based facials fail to provide. Everything incorporated within an organic facial is beneficial for your sensitive skin and can rejuvenate and nourish it, all without harming it. Although you can get an organic facial at a certified spa, it is also becoming a growing trend for at-home treatments.
Enzyme Facials for Sensitive Skin
When you have sensitive skin, it can be quite difficult to find the right type of facial that will exfoliate your skin without irritating or over-drying it. The sole purpose of an enzyme facial is to exfoliate your skin without causing inflammation, only leaving your skin smooth and refreshed. Much like a scrub or treatments like microdermabrasion, the enzyme facial breaks down the buildup of keratin protein (aka dead skin cells) on the upper layer of your skin, but in a gentle manner. While enzyme facials can replenish your skin, incorporating enzymes in your diet by eating fruits such as papaya, pineapple, and blueberries can also help in the process of the overall complexion of your skin. Unfortunately, due to the natural state of enzymes, they are very particular with their environment, making it hard to maintain products containing enzymes. Hence, visiting a skincare professional is the best way to receive a proper enzyme facial.
We highly recommend those with sensitive skin to do their research and seek professional guidance before heading to any spa. If you have sensitive skin, we assure you that these facial options are won’t leave you disappointed.