29 Results for "sensitized"

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  • Skin Conditions
    Sensitive Versus Sensitized: The Genetic Difference

    Millions of people perceive their skin as sensitive. Although these numbers vary across the world, the American Academy of Dermatology reports that 50% of the United States population experience some...

  • Skin Conditions
    Beyond the Surface of Sensitized Skin

    Sensitized skin reacts in an instant. Can you react just as fast when faced with this condition in the treatment room? IDI has the research and the ingredients to help you manage this condition for s...

  • Skin Conditions
    CODE RED: Coping Strategies for Sensitized Skin

    Restoring health and balance to sensitized skin must begin with a basic clarification of terms. If your client complains of tight, red, stinging, itchy, reactive, flushing, blushing or hot skin, she ...

  • Science & Ingredients
    Soothing Sensitive Skin

    Burning, stinging, prickling, itching. Sound like a bad gardening experience? Actually, various reports state that 50% of the world’s population suffers from these symptoms in a condition broad...

  • Skin Conditions
    Neglecting Your Skin is a Sin!

    Sadly, many often neglect their skin or don’t care for it as well as they should. But the better we understand our skin, the happier and healthier it will be. Find out about some of the most co...

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Glossary Term 1 Item

  • Jasminum Officinale (Jasmine) Oil

    An extract of the Jasmine flower. Used for fragrance. Provides moisturizing, soothing and healing properties. Excellent for sensitized skin.

Ask the Experts 4 Items

  • Skin Conditions & Treatments
    I have combination/sensitized skin. My nose and fo...

    It sounds like you may be dehydrated, and Oil Control Lotion may not be offering you enough hydration. It may help to focus on increasing moisture rather than attempting to conceal the oil, and the o...

  • Skin Conditions & Treatments
    If someone with sensitized skin is using the whole...

    Yes, Barrier repair is an excellent product that can definitely be used in conjunction with a moisturizer. Apply Barrier Repair first, and then apply a moisturizer.    

  • Business & Retail
    What is the next big thing with skin care that you...

    From a science perspective, the field seems to be getting more and more sophisticated. As an example, the area of Neurocosmetics seems to be increasingly explored and studied. At IDI, we have been st...

  • Science & Ingredients
    I hear that wine is both good and bad for skin. Wh...

    Wine is said to be beneficial to health is because it contains polyphenols that prevent free radicals from causing cellular damage or oxidation. Wine also has resveratrol and quercetin, which help bo...