The Best Cosmetics For Ultra Sensitive Skin

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Monday, October 16, 2017

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Having sensitive skin is never fun. In the Pacific Northwest where your skin battles sun damage, bitter cold, and endlessly moist conditions finding cosmetics that not only sooth but protect your skin is a huge proposition. Hopefully, these drugstore cosmetics will assuage your winter-sensitive skin while fulfilling your Instagram-worthy makeup needs.

Neutrogena products are legendarily great for drugstore makeup fanatics with ultra-sensitive skin. Most Neutrogena products are formulated with vitamins and minerals to replenish and condition your skin and their cosmetics feature full coverage foundations, vibrantly pigmented lip and eye colors and bright, glassy glosses.

Physicians Formula is consistently ranked by dermatologists as the number one brand for those who suffer from ultra-sensitive skin. Their cosmetics sacrifice nothing in favor of skincare, however, offering the same modern hues and products as their drugstore peers.

Burt’s Bees is known for its skincare products but has recently expanded into the cosmetic market with bold lip colors, vibrant shadows and full coverage foundations that soothe and replenish winter-chapped and ultra-sensitive skin. Featuring all the skin soothing we’ve come to rely on from Burt’s Bees, these cosmetics are a boon for makeup lovers suffering from sensitive skin. We’re particularly fond of their lengthening mascara.

For more skincare tips and tricks, visit Laser Smooth Company’s blog.

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