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Jojoba Oil For Sensitive Skin

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Sensitive & Sensitized Skin

  • Sensitive skin is a lay term rather than a medical diagnosis. It is generally used to describe skin with reduced tolerance to any substance the skin come in contact (especially cosmetics or skin care products). In surveys, approximately 50% of women and 40% of men may report having sensitive skin. It is often classify as inborn skin sensitivity.
  • Sensitive skin is a weak protective function of the skin that can be genetically predisposed. When skin is sensitive its insufficient protective outer layer lets irritants, microbes and allergens pass through, causing adverse reactions like stinging, pain, redness or flushing. Genetically sensitive skin is considered more delicate because it has a thin epidermis, and blood vessels close to the skin surface, weaker tolerance, hence the appearance of redness. Usually people with asthma or allergies would have a sensitive skin.
  • Sensitized skin can happen to any skin type and it is a condition developed after birth, and usually is a compromised lipid barrier. A healthy lipid barrier helps keep skin healthy by holding water in and keeping environmental pollutants and microbes out.
  • Sensitized skin can get triggered in anyone, regardless of genes. It’s actually a reflection of internal and external factors. Frequent irritability from lifestyle, irritants, cosmetic products and other external factor (pollutions, over exposure to UV Rays) can contribute to sensitized skin.
    • Lifestyle – stress, diet, smoking, dehydration, alcohol, and cosmetic ingredients
    • Environment – pollution, airborne allergens, weather, and temperature changes
    • Physiology – physical effects of stress or hormonal fluctuations
    • Disease – rosacea, eczema, psoriasis
    • Some Medications

 

Signs Of Having Sensitive or Sensitized Skin

  • Skin is normally reactive. …
  • Skin easily redness. …
  • Skin is dry & dehydrated. …
  • Skin appear flaky or scaly
  • Skin develop rashes or itch often. …
  • Skin prone to breakouts. …
  • Skin get sunburn easily….

*Skin Sensitivity can occur to any part of the body

 

Sensitive & Sensitized Skin Treatment

  • For both skin conditions, it is important keep skin calm, strong, and healthy to treat and reduce the discomfort.
  • Protect and Restore skin’s natural barrier function.

Jojoba Oil For Sensitive & Sensitized Skin

  • Organic, cold-pressed, with full nutrients of Vitamin E and B, as well as antioxidants and minerals like chromium, copper, and zinc, which all nourish and protect skin.
  • The benefits of jojoba oil include that it’s soothing and gentle, which means it’s usually a good fit for someone with sensitive skin. It can acts as anti-inflammatory agents to treat sensitive skin stress.
  • Technically, Jojoba Oil is very similar to human skin oils, offering “mimic effect”, the skin feels sufficient oil on its’ surface, thus balancing the oil production of the sebaceous glands, without promoting acne or other skin problems. Jojoba also naturally deters microbes, helping to prevent the growth of bacteria on skin.
  • Jojoba Oil increases skin protection as barrier function, which helps to restore skin moisture level, prevent moisture loss thus reduce the chances of dehydration, peeling and itchiness.
  • Jojoba Oil is a great emollient, softening and smoothing agent for skin. It also helps protect the skin barrier, reducing trans-epidermal water loss and sealing in moisture.
  • Jojoba Oil has anti-inflammatory properties which help to reduce chapping and redness caused by drying, ease the effects of eczema and rosacea, and keep skin calm and comfortable. The Vitamin E and B-complex vitamins in the Jojoba Oil help in skin repair and damage control.

 

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