Facial for Sensitive Skin

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    Facial for Sensitive Skin

    Sensitive skin gets easily irritated by the environment and skincare products. Hence, one needs to be very careful while thinking of a facial for such skin. The correct facial for sensitive skin can grant huge benefits by hydrating and moisturizing the skin. Also, it is highly recommended to avoid detoxifying or exfoliating facials for sensitive skin. 

    Possible Cause

    Before applying anything to your skin, you need to understand your skin type in the beginning. After that, you must find the reason behind being that particular type. Similarly, the following factors could be responsible for your sensitive skin:

    • It is way too dry
    • You have eczema
    • Irritant and allergic contact dermatitis
    • Rosacea
    • Contact and physical urticaria
    • Photodermatoses
    • Cutaneous mastocytosis
    • Aquagenic pruritus

    Risk Factors

    People with sensitive skin tend to hyper-react to the topical agent and environmental factors. Apart from that, there are no risk factors for sensitive skin.

    Signs and Symptoms

    An individual with sensitive skin is majorly prone to reactions to certain types of clothing, products, or makeup. Apart from that, there are several other symptoms to recognize the sensitivity of the skin. Those are:

    • Hives
    • Eczema
    • Red patches
    • Rashes that can burn, sting, or itch
    • Burning, itching, or stinging sensation without any visible rash
    • sunburns


    Sensitive skin is mostly self-diagnosed. If the person fails that, the dermatologist may pick that during your visit. 

    Treatment Options at 7DMC

    Sensitive skin is not something that can’t be resolved. We in 7DMC come up with an easy diagnosis to measure the sensitivity of your skin and the reason behind it. Based on the symptoms and the causes, our experts begin with the following medications:

    • Steroid Creams
    • Analgesic Creams
    • Antihistamines
    • Protective Sunscreen

    These medications help to minimize the symptoms and reduce the sensitivity approach of your skin. After resolving the initial issues, our experts develop facials that benefit your sensitive skin and make it attractive. Suitable facials for sensitive skin:

    A soothing and correct facial contains anti-inflammatory ingredients. It helps to calm irritation and redness. Along with what to use, one must also take care of how to use it. Without exfoliating or scraping the face, the facial must be administered softly.

    Following are some of the best-suggested facials for sensitive skin:

    • Seaweed facials contain vast amounts of vitamins. It also helps to eliminate the symptoms of rosacea.
    • Facials with chamomile and green tea are highly recommended. Chamomile holds antibacterial flavonoids and anti-inflammatory terpenoids, while green tea works as an antioxidant. 
    • Hydrating facials also do wonders for sensitive skin. It improves the texture and appearance of dull and dry skin.
    • The presence of hyaluronic acid (HA) in facial improves the skin’s ability to maintain elasticity and moisture.
    • Oxygen facial helps to hydrate and clean the skin by projecting a stream of oxygen and salty water. 

    Our facials are enriched with natural products like sea-derived extracts, raw fruits, and other plant-based elements. These are generally well-known for reducing redness. Apart from this, our experts also prefer light enzyme peels to exfoliate your skin. This procedure then follows a soothing mask and serum. 

    We provide personalized solutions and services like dermapen microneedling and others for each of our clients. It gives them the liberty to choose the best solution for themselves and get the utmost benefit. 


    Frequently asked questions

    Sensitive skin is usually dry and may feel itchy, patchy and can sometimes cause a stinging sensation.

    It’s easy to know your skin type at home. Below are the methods to check:

    Oily skin: If your skin appears shiny throughout after washing your face, you are likely to have oily skin.

    Dry skin: If your skin feels dry, flaky, and scaly after washing your face, you may have dry skin.

    Normal Skin: If your skin appears shiny only on the t-zone, you are likely to have combination skin or normal skin.

    Sensitive Skin: Sensitive skin appear dry or normal, but when it comes in contact with sunlight or some topical irritant, you may get redness, red patches, etc.

    It is advised not to scrub or use any mechanical methods of exfoliation for sensitive skin. Experts usually recommend a mild chemical exfoliator. People who have acne may try over-the-counter salicylic acid peel or get it done at a dermatologist’s clinic. Former is recommended.