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Most redheads (not all), have very sensitive skin. Even if you do not have sensitive skin, everyone knows how uncomfortable it feels to use a facial product and out of nowhere, your skin begins to irritate and suddenly, your face is as red as your hair.

We always recommend redheads, with sensitive skin or not, use a line of products that is specifically formulated to target signs of sensitive skin conditions. That’s why we’ve recently fallen in love with PCA SKIN.

They understand that those with sensitive skin typically experience a combination of irritation, discomfort, bumps, redness and inflammation. Dermatitis — commonly referred to as eczema — rosacea and psoriasis are classified as sensitive skin conditions.

The PCA SKIN line for sensitive skin also refrains from using fragrances, lanolin, formaldehyde, latex and menthol are common irritants and the use of aggressive chemical and mechanical exfoliants which can also increase skin irritation.

It’s important to care for your sensitive skin & if you’ve experienced:

  1. An impaired barrier leads to constant moisture loss
  2. Dry, flaky skin is common
  3. Visible redness is a sign of underlying and superficial inflammation
  4. Blood vessels are larger and more visible

Knowing your skin type helps determine the best products to add to your regimen in order to help you achieve healthy, beautiful skin. The below products are some of our favorite items from the PCA SKIN Sensitive Skin line & our personal skin routine:

If you’re still unsure about what products are right for your skin, consult with a PCA SKIN® Certified Professional for a treatment plan tailored to address the underlying causes and symptoms of your unique, sensitive skin. Click right here to find one near you.

Rock it like a Redhead! 

Note: This product review contains the true beliefs of How to be a Redhead and were rightfully provided by PCA Skin. This post has been sponsored by PCA Skin.