In fact, I have heard plenty of stories of ladies who search and search in vain for a product that will not only not create a reaction but will help to have a positive effect in terms of skin tone and texture. (This includes products that say "for sensitive skin" on the label.)
About Natural Products for Sensitive Skin:
If you have looked around on this blog, you may have noticed that one of my highest recommendations for skin products is Seraj All Natural. One of the main reasons for this is the results it gives for those who will often otherwise have skin reactions from sometimes even very expensive "sensitive skin" products. Not only that, but it actually soothes and clears up skin that already has had an allergic or other type of reaction to some cream, soap, etc.
Here is part of a testimonial from a couple who was having difficulty handling eczema for their son, and other products were actually worsening the problem:
- "...We are so excited and satisfied by this wonderful product. We can't thank Sheryl (Seraj) enough for the peace and healing she has provided our son." (View the entire testimonial (and others) here.)
Other Info on Natural Sensitive Skin Solutions:
I have come across some recipes for home made solutions for sensitive skin. In my viewpoint, these are worth giving a try certainly, but often creating the home made solutions also involves quite a short shelf life, added time and effort - as well as the expense and time of running about getting the ingredients.
However, I still think it's a worthwhile idea if other solutions have not worked. Here is a link to such a page with sensitive skin remedies if you would like to check it out.
Costs for Natural Sensitive Skin Products:
Products found in department stores or health food/cosmetics stores can often be quite pricey. Also - if one does decide to go the "make your own" route, the costs of the ingredients, gas and time spent may not make the "saved cost" worthwhile.
This is actually another reason that I recommend the Seraj Natural Product for Sensitive Skin - Compared to other products I think you will agree that it doesn't cost much, and I know from experience that it lasts a long time since not much is needed to do the job. For the Seraj Citrus cream, 2 oz. costs $15, 4 oz. is $20. This is definitely worth the money - at least in my book! =)
You can buy this very special cream here: