Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Sensitive Skin

Do any of you girls suffer from overly sensitive skin?
I always had sensitive skin but I feel like it has gotten a little worse this past year, i can't wear "CHEAP" earrings. Like those earrings they sell at stores for $5 because they contain nickel & my skin doesn't interact so well with that.

What do you girls use to deal with sensitive skin? What kind of lotions or moisturizes do you use??
I use Eucerin Aquaphor Healing Ointment; check out the blog i posted in the past about this ointment, I really recommend it!


Shaving can also be such a drag sometimes, because we have to look for that razor that won't cause any irritation to our skin. These are a few of sensitive skin shavers that have helped people tremendously with sensitive skin, they reduce inflammation and irritation — hopefully they'll be able to help you too.


Gillette Venus Divine ($9.99) has blades that are coated with aloe and plant oil infused moisture strips so that they will glide over your skin easily. The blades are also positioned so that each one cuts lower than the next. This results in fewer missed hairs and a closer shave.




Bic Soleil Twilight Triple Blade Shavers for Women with Sensitive Skin ($5.79) comes with triple blades that are lubricated with aloe and vitamin E to help moisturize and soothe sensitive skin. It also comes with a curvy no-slip handle in fun pink and purple colors.




Schick Intuition Plus Shaving Kit for Sensitive Skin ($9.49) is a triple blade razor surrounded by a skin conditioning soap made with aloe, cocoa butter, shea butter and vitamin E so that you can lather and shave at the same time! Just wet the shaver and keep both your skin and the razor wet as you shave. This ensures that your skin is lubricated so that you have fewer nicks, a closer shave and wind up with less irritation. Also the indicator on the unit tells you when you need to replace your blades.

These are good razors for EVERYBODY; especially people with with sensitive skin. Hope I Helped :)

2 comments:

Cupcake Couture said...

I've also noticed that my ears can't handle those cheaper earrings too!! I've always use to be able to use them in the past, I don't know what happened??? But you use Eucerin and that stops it??? As for my legs I've noticed using Skintimate actually helps with sensitivity...

Tasha said...

Hey! I thought this was a great idea for a post! Sounds like you did your research! Great post!