For some people skin with hypersensitive skin, identifying the solution for the myriad skin problems becomes a mountainous task. Many of them even learn to live with it. There are so many others who seem not to have most of the skin problems. What is that makes their skin healthy? Why is it that some people are hypersensitive to skin infections and problems?
Once the cause of the skin ailment has been identified, it becomes easier to treat it with specific medication rather than the generic ones available. Identifying the cause of a sensitive skin can help prevent many of the problems that may arise later. As in most health issues, the main cause for hypersensitivity of skin cannot be pinpointed exactly.
How to Identify the Cause for Skin Hypersensitivity
You have to find out if you are being affected by
1. Genetic factors
2. The cosmetic products that you are currently using
3. Having a thyroid problem
4. The food you eat
5. Chlorinated water
6. Drinking water
8. Specific cleaning agents used to wash clothes
9. The surrounding environment
10. Poor digestion
Maintain a daily journal where you observe the changes in your skin due to any change in the above three factors… You will soon be able to identify which specific factor or a combination of factors has given rise to the skin sensitivity.
Symptoms of Skin Hypersensitivity
Skin hypersensitivity has typical symptoms like a rash, itching, redness, sometimes accompanied with inflammation, peeling or a burning, tingling sensation. The symptoms of hypersensitivity may also include appearance of spots on the skin, acne, a certain ruddiness and so on.
Treatment of Skin Hypersensitivity
Treatment for skin hypersensitivity may be one of the following options or a combination of the procedures listed.
1. Regular and timely intake of medicines
2. Intake of foods that may reduce the sensitivity
3. Intake of the right type of nutritional supplements
4. Avoiding food that may aggravate symptoms of sensitivity
5. Identifying the right type of cosmetics that do not intensify the sensitivity
6. Taking time off to relax and de-stress
7. Seeking the advice of a skin care professional to address the problem
8. Getting a facial skin care routine done, that specifically reduces symptoms of the hypersensitivity.
Prevention of Skin Hypersensitivity
1. Many of the skin problems can be prevented by following a few simple routines.
2. Include Omega3-fatty acid supplements in diet (flax seeds, fish, salmon and walnuts are good, natural sources)
3. Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, preferably raw
4. Keep away from alcohol and sugar as they weaken the immune system
5. Switching cosmetics when you observe a small eruption on the skin may make it more severe. Only after the eruption has subsided and the skin area is free of infection, can you think of changing the brand of your favorite cosmetics!
6. Try to filter drinking and bath water to prevent allergic reaction to chlorine