Intolerant and easily irritated skin

Intolerant and easily irritated skin

Skin is said to be intolerant when it reacts excessively to harsh external factors that are normally well tolerated, such as a sharp change in temperature, wind, cold, certain dermo-cosmetic products or even emotional stress.
This sensitivity is reflected primarily in skin discomfort: tightness, prickling and/or tingling, a feeling of heat or even a burning sensation. This discomfort is sometimes accompanied by visible signs, such as temporary redness, dry skin or flaking. All of these are short-lived reactions, and the skin seems normal except during flare-ups brought on by contact with something it does not tolerate well.
 

 

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