SENSITIVE SKIN:
AN EPIDEMIC ON THE RISE

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Today, more than half the world’s population finds their skin has a habit of overreacting. Skin pulls, burns, itches or stings in response to a whole range of environmental attacks such as pollution, UV, air conditioning… even water. If any of this sounds familiar, then your skin has become sensitive. And its impact on your quality of life can often be major. When your daily routine looks like an assault course of trigger factors, you know something is wrong.

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