When following intelligent skin care practices, most women already know they should do what they can to stay out of the sun or protect themselves with sunscreen. On the other hand, an often overlooked detail is the potentially-damaging chemicals that we place onto our skin. Nature has provided humans with what we needed to survive. Taking the time to find more natural skin care options can help you and your sensitive skin stay clean and naturally beautiful.
Keep It Natural
Using skin care products with natural ingredients on a daily basis can create significant changes in your skin’s appearance. Products such as the AVEENO® ULTRA CALMING® line can provide real results.
Recommended by Leslie Bauman, M.D, an expert in the area of skin care ingredients, the AVEENO® ULTRA CALMING® product line can help improve the tone of skin prone to redness. Featuring ACTIVE ® Calming Feverfew, the AVEENO® ULTRA CALMING® line has been clinically proven to visibly reduce the look of redness and help soothe skin in patients with sensitive skin.
Long known for its health benefits, feverfew also delivers multiple skin benefits including calming and soothing irritation due to dry and sensitive skin and improving skin tone, for those with skin prone to redness.
Jessica Wu, M.D., assistant clinical professor of dermatology at the University of Southern California Medical School says she directs her sensitive skin patients to use feverfew extract to minimize dryness and scaliness. Recommended by Prevention Magazine, feverfew extract soothes inflammation and relieves skin redness.
The AVEENO® ULTRA CALMING® Line
Recommended by dermatologists, pediatricians and beauty professionals alike, the AVEENO® ULTRA CALMING® formula features environmentally-friendly, cruelty-free ingredients. Designed specifically with women in mind, the AVEENO® ULTRA CALMING® products can help you or the woman you know, look and feel naturally beautiful.
http://www.prevention.com/beauty/beauty/6-botanicals-younger-skin/feverfew-reduces-redness“Natural Health, Natural Medicine,” Andrew Weil, M.D.