5 Local Skin Care Products That Won't Hurt Your Sensitive Skin

Localize your regimen!
by Nicole Arcano for Preview.ph   |  Aug 24, 2017
Image: Majoy Siason, Happy Skin
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For this week's top local picks, it's all about gentle skin care. Keep scrolling for a sensitive skin-friendly routine you can cop!

Step 1: Makeup Remover

Sensitive skin tends to be easily overwhelmed, so stay away from heavy oils and strong facial washes to remove your makeup. Try micellar water for a change!

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Happy Skin Make a Clean Sweep Revitalizing Micellar Makeup Cleanser, P699, Happy Skin

Step 2: Cleanser

Whether you're oily or dry, you can never go wrong with a pH balanced cleanser. This one gently washes away impurities while it helps protect your skin from acne.

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Skinpotions Lightning Buddy, P450, Beautymnl

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Step 3: Soothing Toner

Tone down redness and irritation with a calming toner. We love this rose water-based one when we're feeling extra dry and flaky.

Rraw Fresh Face Mist Toner in Rose, P224, Lococo

Step 4: Light Moisturizer

Fragrance is notorious for causing irritation, so try to avoid that in your moisturizer as much as possible. Use lightweight formulas that won't grease up your skin instead.

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Hyalure Light Non-Greasy Moisturizing Lotion, P410, hylaure.com.ph

Step 5: Sunscreen

To steer clear from irritation, use the least number of skin care products possible. But never skip sunscreen! Choose a lightweight formula that will still allow your sensitive skin to breathe.

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V&M Naturals Keep Safe Tinted Sunblock SPF 30, P580, vnmnaturals.com

This story originally appeared on Preview.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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