Thursday, March 28, 2013

Skin Care for Kids/Babies

There are many reasons why the skin becomes sensitive. A small percentage of people have underlying skin conditions such as rosacea, eczema, or psoriasis, while a larger percentage are likely to have a genetic pre-disposition making them more susceptible to the impact of the environment, including stress, climate change, travel, sun exposure, cosmetic overuse, and mechanical irritation (friction or rubbing). For some, skin sensitivity may produce dry, red, itchy patches, while in others it may cause sensory symptoms such as burning, stinging, tenderness, and itching without any visible changes. Studies consistently tell us that more than 50% of people experience sensitive skin at some point in their lives.

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Before and After Pics from R+F Mamas Across The Country:

1 comment:

  1. The soft and sensitive skin of the children needs lots of care. The kids might not suffer from skin problems like pimples and wrinkles at their age. But the soft skin of the children is more sensitive and gets affected by many other sources.