Get the App
  • google-play.png
  • app-store.png
  • app-gallery.png
Find a Store Blog
Watsons Services
If you have sensitive skin, it is prone to itching, redness, and irritation. Looking for the skincare products to calm and soothe irritation is crucial. Be cautious of common irritants, such as alcohol and fragrance, which can lead to skin irritation and allergies. Keep reading to know more about the skincare routine for sensitive skin. Skincare woman washing face in shower foaming facewash soap scrub on skin. Asian female adult cleaning body showering in hot water at home on in hotel as morning routine. Enjoying relaxing time.

Step 1: Gentle cleansers

Over-cleansing can strip away the moisture and the natural oils of your skin. It will lead to dry and flaky skin. To truly combat sensitive skin, use a gentle micellar cleansing water to remove oils, impurities or makeup first. Then, use a mild, soap-free and fragrance-free cleansing lotion to wash your face gently with lukewarm water. This will not disrupt your skin’s natural barrier. You can also look for the cleanser contains soothing ingredients like Centella Asiatica and Aloe Vera, which are good for irritated skin.
Smoothing toner and cotton pads

Step 2: Alcohol-free toner

People with sensitive skin should use an alcohol-free toner without harsh ingredients to avoid skin irritation. Go for a toner with anti-inflammatory and soothing ingredients like rosewater and jojoba oil that can keep your skin hydrated, balance the skin’s pH value and reduce redness.
Make up serie (macro, selective focus)

Step 3: Fragrance-free moisturizer

For sensitive skin, use a lightweight moisturizing gel or lotion that can be absorbed easily. You should look for an alcohol-free and fragrance-free moisturizer to avoid skin irritation or allergic reactions. Ingredients like Vitamin E, Hyaluronic Acid and Chamomile can help repair, restore, and strengthen your skin barrier all day long.

How to Pick Moisturizer for Oily Skin?


Secret Tips of Cooling Gel in Hot Summer

Related Topics