If you aren't already buying soy, bamboo and hemp clothes for your children, then you need to know about the benefits of these fantastic natural fabrics. They are not only soft, but also durable, moisture-resistant, great in both hot and cold weather and so much more.Read Full Story
To truly have sensitive skin means that your skin frequently reacts negatively to several different skin care products, cosmetics and even environmental factors. Underlying factors as well as genetic factors may cause your skin to have increased sensitivity. Learn what dermatologists view as sensitive skin and what you can do to care for it properly.Read Full Story
When your skin’s as unpredictable as the weather, knowing how to care for it is of utmost importance. That means the beauty treatments that your gal pals indulge in may not be an option for your irritable skin! We chatted with experts from coast to coast to find out what treatments trigger sensitive skin and what products help.Read Full Story
Is your skin prone to redness? Do you break out in itchy rashes after using certain skincare products or as a result of extreme weather conditions? If so, you are one of the many people who suffer from sensitive skin. These six sensitive skin dos and dont's will help keep your skin smooth and clear.Read Full Story
Sensitive skin needs extra tender care because it can become irritated easily. Sensitive skin tends to be thinner than other skin types, more prone to allergic reactions to skin products and reacts negatively to sun, wind, cold, heat, humidity and pollutants in the air. To prevent long-term damage to sensitive skin, special products should be used. Fragrance free, hypoallergenic and natural products work best. Following the proper skin regime and choosing the right products is the key to keeping sensitive skin beautiful.Read Full Story
And you'll see personalized content just for you whenever you click the My Feed .
SheKnows is making some changes!