While many natural skincare brands are perfectly safe for sensitive skin, the natural label does not necessarily equate to sensitive skin-friendly. In fact, many clean brands use ingredients like essential oils that can actually be irritating to certain skin types.
– Dr. Barbara Sturm Hyaluronic Serum
Dr. Sturm’s hyaluronic acid uses molecules of different weights to ensure all layers of the skin are penetrated without water and any added fillers, which naturally alleviates the need for preservatives. Hyaluronic acid is almost never irritating and a good choice to use alone or add to moisturizer. Use it on its own or add to moisturizer for a veritable boost of hydration.
– Tower28 SOS Daily Rescue Facial Spray
A newbie to the green scene, Tower28 is a gentle makeup and skincare range. Products are formulated in accordance with the National Eczema Association’s guidelines, the EU’s stringent rules, and avoids a blacklist of ingredients deemed sensitizing or unsafe in studies or regulatory processes. The SOS Daily Rescue Spray is just three ingredients and feels like a seabreeze for the skin, as it’s made with electrolyzed water to optimize the product’s pH, salt, and hypochlorous acid, a compound that occurs naturally in the body known for its ability to fight aging, infections, and scarring.
– Peet Rivko Gentle Cleanser
Peet Rivko’s Gentle Cleanser is the go-to natural alternative to drugstore brands like Cetaphil and Cerave. Because nut and fragrances allergies are common in sensitive skin, all nut oils and fragrances—even natural ones—are excluded. Essential oils will smell pretty however may also be quite irritating and sensitizing, particularly once used on the face. With our specialise in sensitive skin, we have a tendency to set to go away them out altogether.