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What are the symptoms of sensitive skin?

Sensitive skin can be characterized by a variety of symptoms that can range from mild to severe. These symptoms may vary from person to person, but here are some common signs of sensitive skin:

  • Redness or flushing: Sensitive skin can often appear reddish or flushed, especially after exposure to certain triggers such as heat, cold, wind, or spicy foods.
  • Dryness or flakiness: Sensitive skin may be prone to dryness and flakiness, especially in areas such as the cheeks, forehead, and chin.
  • burning sensations: Sensitive skin can often feel itchy or burning, especially after exposure to certain irritants such as soaps, detergents, or synthetic fabrics.
  • Swelling or inflammation: Sensitive skin may be prone to swelling or inflammation, especially after exposure to allergens or harsh chemicals.
  • Sun sensitivity or sunburns: Sensitive skin may be more prone to sunburns or sun damage, especially if not properly protected with sunscreen or clothing.

It's important to note that sensitive skin can also be a symptom of an underlying skin condition, such as eczema or rosacea.

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