Botanical Sensitive Cream
This specialize treatment for sensitive and irritable skin is made with all natural herbal extracts to calm skin, relieve irritation, reduce inflammation and nourishes skin smooth and soft. Green Tea extract help prevent signs of aging while repairing damaged skin. Chamomile extract reduces redness and protect skin against harmful environmental factor. This sensitive cream deeply moisturizes and pack full of Vitamins C & E to help fight free radical formation and increase collagen production to repair weak and thin skin. Sakura Botanical Sensitive Cream is risk-free, safe and effective solution for sensitive skin.
Squalene help lock in moisture, protect skin dehydration, natural SPF 15, antioxidant and eliminate signs of aging for youthful-looking skin.
Pennywort Extract cool skin while firming and increasing new skin cells growth.
Licorice Extract is anti-irritant and anti-inflammatory, reduces eczema, lightening skin and balance skin pigmentation.
Green Tea Leaf Extract is antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, increase collagen production, protect skin against harmful UVB rays and prevent premature aging.
Rosemary Extract is anti-infection, anti-irritant, promote blood circulation and nourishes skin back to health.
Chamomile Extract moisturize, help smooth and thin application, smooth, soften, anti-inflammatory, lighten skin, prevent aging, reduce wrinkles and blur away crow's feet.
Water, squalane, butylene glycol, glycerin, pentylene glycol, betaine, glycosyl trehalose, hydrogenated starch hydrolysate, centella asiatica extract, scutellaria baicalensis root extract, polygonum cuspidatum root extract, glycyrrhiza glabra (licorice) extract, camellia sinensis leaf extract, houttuynia cordata extract, niacinamide, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract, chamomilla recutita (matricaria) flower extract, ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate, Prunus Yedoensis Leaf Extract, sodium dilauramidoglutamide lysine, methyl hesperidin, pyridoxine tris-hexyldecanoate, zea mays (corn) oil, retinyl palmitate, cyanocobalamin, cholecalciferol, potassium hydroxide, dipotassium glycyrrhizate, xanthan gum, tocopherol, hydrogenated lecithin, carbomer, phenoxyethanol.
Apply a thin layer after cleansing face and pat dry. For best results, use twice daily.
Q: What is sensitive skin?
A: Many people say they have sensitive skin because skin care products, or household products that contact their skin, cause stinging, burning, redness, or tightness. Or they say they have it because even though they have no visible effects after contact with a product, it always makes their skin feel uncomfortable.
Q: What causes sensitive skin reactions?
- Skin disorders or allergic skin reactions such as eczema, rosacea, or allergic contact dermatitis.
- Overly dry or injured skin that can no longer protect nerve endings, leading to skin reactions.
- Excessive exposure to skin-damaging environmental factors such as sun and wind or excessive heat or cold.
- Genetic factors, age, gender, and race differences in skin sensitivity are less well-defined but still may play a role in causing skin reactions.
Q: What is the difference between having sensitive skin and allergic reaction?
A: It’s important to distinguish between skin that gets easily irritated and skin that’s truly allergic. For example, if you have fairly normal skin and use a harsh scrub on it daily, your skin will get very irritated but you’re not ‘allergic’ to the scrub. An allergic dermatitis (reaction) occurs when your immune system gets activated against certain ingredients in the product causing redness, bumps, itching, even hives sometimes. Since there are so many chemical and plant based ingredients in each skin care product, it’s hard to figure out which ingredient is causing the problem. If you are truly allergic to something, changing to a different formulation of it won’t help.
Q: What should I do if my skin get a reaction from a particular product?
- Stop all your current products and change temporarily to a very bland lotion cleanser and bland cream or ointment
- Keep the affected area completely out of the sun and covered. Wear a large, brimmed hat.
- Avoid cold, wind and longer exposures to water, especially swimming in chlorinated pools while you have a rash.
- Avoid heat, hot yoga and work outs temporarily.
Q: What type of facial moisturizer should I use for sensitive skin?
A: It's wise to patch test any new product first, and you must really baby your skin. You should choose products almost mild enough to use on a baby's skin. "Fragrance-free" and "hypoallergenic" are to look for on a product's label. It will probably contain fewer irritants, chemicals, and preservatives that can potentially affect your skin in a negative way. The fewer ingredients in any facial product, the gentler and safer it will be for sensitive skin. One thing you definitely do want added to your moisturizer is an anti-inflammatory ingredient such as soy, aloe vera, cucumber, calendula, oatmeal, or allantoin. These ingredients may soothe irritated or red skin.
- Benefits : Nourishing
- Container Type : Jar
- Country of Origin : Japan
- Material Type : Cream
- Size : 1.0 FL OZ
- Skin Type : Sensitive