Which make-up ranges are most suitable for sensitive skin?
Having sensitive skin can be a nightmare and one that is exacerbated by the use of certain products.
Those of us who struggle with our skin in some way (you are not alone!) tend to be well-versed in the best skincare products. However, finding the perfect make-up can be a trickier minefield to navigate.
To help you treat your skin right, here are our some of our favourite make-up ranges for sensitive skin.
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Mineral based products are highly recommended for those with sensitive skin. As you may have guessed by their name, the Bare Minerals range of make-up is hypoallergenic. This means that there are no parabens, binders or fillers that may irritate your skin. For double the benefit, many of these mineral based products also include a natural sunscreen.
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IT Cosmetics made sensitive skin a priority when developing its products. They have a whole range of moisturisers, cleansers, CC+ Cream and more for sensitive skin.
This might be a less familiar brand to you, but if you have sensitive skin it is about to become one of your favourites. The brand deliberately excludes synthetic fragrance, petroleum based colourants and synthetic preservative from its ingredients list. As a result these mineral based products are formulated with your sensitive skin in mind.
If you fancy something a little flashier then the Giorgio Armani products come highly recommended for sensitive skin. Finding a foundation that can offer you full-coverage without irritating your skin is particularly tough for those with hypersensitive complexions. The popular Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk foundation is renowned for good reason and well worth a try!
Some make-up ranges may be able to help reduce the irritation to your skin. However, it is important to note that if you suffer from a skin condition like eczema or dermatitis, it is doubly important to patch test your products and check out the HSE website for further information.
What are your favourite make-up ranges for sensitive skin?