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Can you exfoliate with sensitive skin?
Yes, but you should do it no more than once a week, and use products that will be gentle to your sensitive skin.
You should use a chemical exfoliant once a week rather than a physical exfoliant (like a scrub) as it can be too harsh on your skin.
Why do I have dry skin?
There are lots of reasons why you might have dry skin.
Some people have dry skin due to skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, and more, but others find that their environment affects their skin.
For example, if you work in a profession where you have to wash or scrub your hand regularly, this can dry out your skin.
Your skin can also become irritated by soaps, detergents, sanitisers, and other cleaning agents.
Other reasons why your skin can become dry or flaky can include hormonal changes and taking long, hot baths or showers.
Which moisturiser is right for my skin type?
If you’ve got normal / combination skin, you’ll need a balancing moisturiser that will hydrate those dry spots without worsening your oiler areas.
If you’ve got oily or acne-prone skin, look for an oil-free, water-based moisturiser or one that’s non-comedogenic so it won’t block your pores - this way, your skin will be left feeling soft and supple, but shine and blemish free.
If your skin is dry, you’ll need a rich cream or emollient that’s designed to lock in moisture.
Which shower gel should I use for dry skin?
If you’ve got dry, cracked or eczema-prone skin, it may feel like some shower gels and body washes dry out your skin even more.
You’ll need to look for a shower gel that not only cleanses your skin, but also thoroughly hydrates it.
Consider a soap-free body wash with no sulphates, parabens or fragrances, instead containing hydrating ingredients like natural essential oils and vitamin E.