Face Wash for Sensitive Skin with Acne Available from SeboCalm

March 26, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - SeboCalm, based in Or Yehuda, Israel, has announced that a face wash for sensitive skin with acne is available on their Amazon.com page as part of their sensitive skin care line. All of the products in the sensitive skin care line are hypoallergenic and have been dermatologically tested for sensitive skin. These SeboCalm products have been optimized over the last 30 years and have become popular among customers and dermatologists. It was only lately that these products became available through Amazon. The company defines “sensitive skin” as skin suffering from a range of problems and conditions such as seborrhea, atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, redness, peeling skin, sensitivities to particular substances, and pimples. People with sensitive skin are often bothered by itchiness and irritation, which tend to negatively affect the quality of their life.

Those who have sensitive skin are often affected during extreme weather conditions or transitional seasons. Stress may also be an important factor that triggers the sensitivities of certain people, making their skin more sensitive during such times. And for some people, skin sensitivity may happen after they have undergone certain cosmetic treatments, such as deep peeling or laser hair removal. Their skin should be considered as sensitive and special skin care regimens should be applied on their skin.

Since sensitive skin can easily be irritated by certain chemicals, ingredients for skin care products like the face wash are carefully selected to make sure that these will not irritate the skin. Therefore, skincare products intended for sensitive skin usually only contain carefully chosen, pure, fragrant oils that have been found not to cause irritation. This is to be contrasted with the usual non-hypoallergenic skincare products, which often contain around 100 different ingredients. The face wash for sensitive skin from SeboCalm does not contain any sulfates or parabens.

Meanwhile, another product that belongs to the SeboCalm sensitive skin care line is the hydrating moisturizer for sensitive skin. The SeboCalm Face Moisturizer is intended to keep the skin moisturized throughout the day in a natural way. People will find that it feels lightweight and non greasy. In a clinical study, it was observed that it may be able to reduce the symptoms of blemishes, seborrheic dermatitis, rosacea, and acne. Dermatologists have also been recommending this face moisturizer for skin itching and rash. This soothing face moisturizer may also be able to minimize the skin pores and as a moisturizer after shaving and for a person who has been exposed to the sun. This product does not also contain sulfates and parabens.

Sulfates may irritate sensitive skin and may also cause acne and clogged pores. The sulfates in skin care products are designed to produce frothy lather, making it easier to get rid of dirt, oil, and other chemicals from the face or skin. Sodium lauryl sulfate or SLS is often used and is generally considered to be a safe ingredient of cosmetic products. While, SLS is generally considered to be safe to cosmetic products, the problem is that it may be too effective in removing oil from the skin so that the skin becomes dry and brittle.

As for the parabens, these are often included for their cleansing properties. These are also used as preservatives to prolong product shelf life. Unfortunately, parabens have been found to cause allergic reactions, premature aging, an increase in estrogen production, and interference with the endocrine system.

Another product that belongs to the SeboCalm sensitive skin care line is the Toner for Sensitive Skin that is based on plant ingredients. These plant ingredients are the Aloe barbadensis and cucumber extracts. It also contains lactic and glycolic acid, which are known to possibly stimulate skin regeneration and help in eliminating dead skin cells. The extracts from cucumber and Aloe barbadensis, sugar, and amino acids are used for softening the skin and for improving moisture binding.

Those who would like to learn more about the skin products from SeboCalm, such as the alcohol free face toner for sensitive skin, may want to visit their Amazon page.

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For more information about SeboCalm, contact the company here:

SeboCalm
+97236911688
info@sebocalm.co.il
30 Hacharoshet Street
Or Yehuda
6037597
Israel

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