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3 Natural Remedies for Irritated Skin

3 Natural Remedies for Irritated Skin

3 Natural Ways To Soothe Irritated Skin

Hypersensitivity is a common skin concern that many of us struggle with. While it is true that various external factors can cause increased skin sensitivity, there are also natural ways to soothe the skin and help it restore its balance. In this article, we'll share with you 3 natural remedies that will take your skin from flaky and dry to radiant and calm.

Rose Water

Rose water (also known as rose hydrosol) has been used by women all around the world for centuries and it is among the oldest and the most well-known natural beauty elixirs. 

Rose water has soothing, calming and hydrating properties and is believed to aid wound healing. Rose water contains anti-inflammatory bio-active compounds, antioxidants and minerals that aid skin regeneration and provide immediate comfort. 

Pro Tip: For extra cooling sensation, keep a bottle of rose water in the fridge.  

What To Try: La Mav Rose Hydrating Mist

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Natural Oils

Natural vegetable oils are excellent for treating dry/irritated skin, thanks to the high content of essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals. They replenishing the protective lipid barrier of the skin and maintaining its integrity, therefore reduce the risk of allergic reaction and inflammations caused by external factors.
According to experts, the best oils for sensitive skin are Evening Primrose oil, Jojoba oil, Hempseed oil and Tamanu oil. Their unique nutrient-rich composition and anti-inflammatory effect make them ideal for soothing and healing the skin.

What To Try: La Mav Antioxidant Rich Nightly Repair Nectar



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Oatmeal

Oatmeal is not just a great breakfast choice - it can benefit your skin in many ways and is particularly good for those of us who struggle with sensitive skin. Rich in natural lipids, proteins, sugars and bioactive substances (one of which is the anti-inflammatory compound avenanthramide) oatmeal immediately soothes the skin, reduces redness and itching and helps restore moisture balance. 

The most popular way to use oatmeal is the so-called "oatmeal bath". It may sound like a fancy spa treatment, but it's pretty simple. All you need to do is put 2 cups of uncooked oatmeal in your bathtub (preferably in a small cotton bag, to avoid having to clean the mess later) and leave it there for 20-30 minutes. 

Alternatively, you can use oatmeal as a mask - mix 3 tbsp. uncooked oatmeal with some water, leave it for an hour and then apply the mixture to the irritated area. 

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