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Advanced Treatment for Sensitive Skin: What You Need to Know


Sensitive skin is a condition where the skin reacts more easily to various external and internal factors, resulting in discomfort, irritation, or inflammation. People with sensitive facial skin often experience symptoms such as redness, itching, burning, dryness, and a tendency to develop rashes or hives.

What Causes Sensitive Skin?

Harsh Skincare Products

Improper Skin Routine and using products with strong chemicals, fragrances, or alcohol can strip the skin of its natural oils and cause irritation.These disruption can lead to a compromised skin barrier, making the skin more prone to irritation and sensitivity.

Exposure to UV and pollution too frequently

Prolonged and frequent exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays and dust, dirt, and chemicals can damage the skin, weakening its protective barrier. This exposure can result in heightened sensitivity, increased redness, and a greater likelihood of irritation.

Allergic Reactions

Ingredients in makeup, skincare products, or even household items can act as allergens, triggering allergic reactions in sensitive skin. These reactions can manifest as redness, itching, swelling, and discomfort.


Some people are genetically predisposed to have sensitive skin. This genetic tendency means their skin is naturally more reactive to external stimuli

Diet and Lifestyle

Poor diet, lack of sleep, stress, and dehydration can all contribute to sensitive skin.

The Symptoms of Sensitive Skin

Sensitive skin can manifest in various ways, and recognizing the signs can help you take better care of your skin. Here are some common symptoms and how they present:

  1. Red, Swollen, and Itchy Skin: This is a typical response to an irritant or allergen, leading to inflammation and discomfort. Swelling often accompanies the redness and itchiness.
  2. Skin that Stings or Burns: A burning or stinging sensation, especially after applying certain products, indicates that the skin’s barrier might be compromised.
  3. Patches of Skin that Feel Dry, Hard, and Leathery: Chronic irritation or inflammation can lead to areas of the skin becoming thickened, hard, and leathery. 
  4. Broken Capillaries: Visible small blood vessels, often on the cheeks and nose, can be a sign of sensitive skin. 
  5. Tingling from Certain Products: If your skin tingles or feels prickly after applying a product, it may be reacting to an ingredient in the product.

Introducing the Advanced Recovery Program: Your Path to Superior Skin Health

Our Sensitive Skin Advanced Recovery Program is crafted to cater to sensitive skin.This specialized treatment focuses on improving the skin’s natural healing processes and strengthen the skin’s structure, improving elasticity and firmness.By incorporating these highly developed treatments, technology, equipment and skin therapist, the treatment is able to soothe and calm the skin, reducing the symptoms of sensitivity and irritation.

Other than that, follows these tips to To maintain and enhance the benefits of your treatment after having the treatment:

  • Avoid irritating ingredients such as alcohols, fragrances, and dyes
  • Drink plenty of water to keep your skin hydrated from the inside out.
  • Always cleanse skin after exercising or sweating to prevent breakouts and irritation
  • Always apply sunscreen to safeguard sensitive skin against the sun

If you’re struggling with sensitive skin, don’t hesitate to having e-consultation with us for personalized advice and treatment options tailored to your skin issue.

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