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How Do I Tell If I Have Sensitive Skin?
Tuesday, May 3, 2016
Derm RF

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For some people, sensitivity means red-looking skin in severe weather, or the appearance of bumps and redness after using a new soap or skincare product. For others, razor burn strikes after every shave. Or sometimes stress makes their skin go wild.

For the 70% of Americans who report having sensitive skin, there may be any number of underlying causes—from heredity to lifestyle or the environment. Where does your skin fit in?

The first step to a healthier-looking complexion is assessing your skin and identifying triggers that bring on sensitivity. Whether you face chapped, dry, cracked or red-looking skin every day or only on occasion, find the SOOTHE solution that works for your skin.

Click here to answer a few questions to help your skin find its comfort zone.

Check back all month for tips on tackling sensitive skin, getting the most out of your sunscreen and active ingredients that can visibly transform skin.

Sincerely,

Your Derm RF Support Team

 Comment below with the daily culprits that have your skin seeing red—is it severe weather, skincare products, spicy foods, razor burn, or something else that triggers sensitivity?

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