My skin is sensitive.

How should I take care of her to give her the best?

Get to know your sensitive skin and learn how to care for it

Sensitive skins are those that react in a different way to normal skin, reddening easily and experiencing sensations of discomfort, tightness and even alterations such as redness, itching, flaking or pustules.

Any skin type (oily, dry or combination) can be sensitive, although some are more prone than others. Those most likely to be sensitive are white, thin and dry.

These alterations are caused by a deficiency in the skin barrier, which is weak and permeable, allowing external agents to penetrate easily and causing dehydration. In addition, sensitive skin can also be characterized by an unbalanced microbiome.

What causes sensitive skin?

Incorrect beauty routine

The use of aggressive cosmetics or cosmetics that are not suitable for your skin type, the lack of cleansing or, on the contrary, their excess can cause or aggravate the sensitivity of your skin.

Prolonged exposure to the sun

Ultraviolet light triggers oxidative stress and inflammation of the skin. It is advisable not to sunbathe during the central hours of the day and always use sunscreen +50 SPF suitable for your skin type.


Genetic factors, too, play an important role in the sensitivity of the skin to have a greater or lesser propensity to have sensitive skin.

Poor sleep hygiene

Fatigue and lack of sleep can alter the skin barrier and can sensitize your skin.

Inadequate diet

Excessive alcohol, tobacco, spicy foods, spices can favor the appearance of sensitive skin. A diet rich in antioxidants, fish, fruits, vegetables and proper hydration can greatly improve your skin.

Environmental factors

Drastic temperature changes, excessive sun or dry cold can increase the problem.

Hormonal changes

Present at puberty, menstrual cycles or pregnancy can cause skin sensitivity.

Emotional disorders such as stress, anxiety or depression
Conditions such as seborrheic dermatitis, acne, rosacea…


  • Weak skin appearance
  • Eruptions
  • Couperosis (a dermatological condition affecting the blood vessels of the face)
  • Peeling
  • Redness
  • Swelling
  • Heat
  • Itching
  • Skin burning
  • More permeable skin, which allows products to penetrate easily and may cause discomfort.