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Re: Sensitive Skin

Post by UKmum » Sat, 11 Nov 2006 7:30 pm

I used to have very sensitive skin too as I had history of eczema, however, the condition improved dramatically when I switched to natural products, staying away from harsh chemicals.

I've been using the organic products from Logona, especially their FREE range which is formulated for ultra-sensitive skins. I used their range of kids products for my family too. the range is easily available in Europe but I don't seem to see it here at all. However, I've just moved here so I may be wrong. Does anyone know where I can find the range here?

nafjoy wrote:I'm suffering from the skin alllergy for few years. My legs and hands left with all the visible scars. I have never been wearing skirts since 5 years ago. I've tried all the method to remove the whitening lotion, chemical peel, body shampoo to scrub the skin... but seems that they are all in vain... I cant eat the seafood, especially prawn and crab... cannot apply perfume ...cannot touch fragrance... all cosmetics i'm using now is fragrance free... Anybody has this sensitive skin also? how to get the scar removed or faden it? My dermatologist told me that my skin allergy is in on and off condition. I'm so sad... when I know that it cannot be fully cured...sob...sob..

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