From a dermatological point of view,dry skin mainly lacks lipids. These keep the skin supple and ensure that the skin barrier remains intact. In dry skin, this skin barrier, also called the acid mantle, has many small holes. Moisture can escape on the one hand and bacteria and germs can penetrate on the other. Dry skin therefore does not simply need oil, but a balanced care that gradually rebuilds the disturbed skin barrier.
Noticeable reddening of the skin that occurs sporadically or regularly are visible vascular dilatations that are often triggered by sunlight, cold, spicy foods or stress. Only a dermatologist can tell if this is actually the inflammatory skin disease rosacea. A soothing, balancing skin care with anti-inflammatory active ingredients is always a good treatment option for redness.
As your skin is also sensitive, you should avoid irritating ingredients or treatments. We therefore avoid certain active ingredients in our product recommendations and also advise you against mechanical peels.
For dry skin, it is sufficient to cleanse it with lukewarm water in the morning; in the evening, it is best to use mild cleansing cream, milk or an oil-based cleanser. Since dry skin needs both moisture and lipids, use moisturisers that moisturise and bind. In addition, you can apply a moisturising toner after cleansing - it makes the skin more receptive to follow-up products.
High-quality vegetable oils and ceramides are also important because they strengthen the skin barrier. A rich, non-greasy cream and UV protection during the day are a good combination. In the evening, you can enrich your care with a few drops of oil.
Did you know that not only the right skin care helps to keep redness at bay? Avoiding hot spices, alcohol or caffeine as much as possible also helps against reddened skin, because all these substances stimulate the blood flow in the fine vessels in the skin.
Too hot water when bathing or showering also dilates the blood vessels. Especially when washing your face, limit the water to lukewarm.
Sensitive skin should be treated like a raw egg. By this we mean: After washing, do not rub dry with hard terry cloth, but pat dry with a soft towel.
And also cream should not be massaged in too much, but better to first distribute in the hands and then gently pat into the skin with the palms.
Here, less is often more. Too much or frequent cleansing unnecessarily stresses the skin barrier and can worsen your skin's appearance in the long run. If we recommend several products at this point, you do not have to use them all together. You can find out more about the special features and the right combination on the product pages.
An often underestimated skin care step: toners or sprays moisturise the skin and make it more receptive to subsequent care products.
Regardless of the number of products suggested here, regularity is more important than frequency. If you want to combine several serums or boosters that are rich in active ingredients, you can, for example, alternate between daily and evening use.
Pflegeserum zur Behandlung und Vorbeugung von Pigmentflecken und Rötungen.
Mild peeling gel for sensitive skin. With extra-gentle active ingredient complex.
Do not underestimate the importance of daily UV protection: UVA rays, which are primarily responsible for skin ageing, also penetrate through clouds and window panes and are present even in winter.
After the addition of active ingredients from care step 3, an appropriately rich night care is the perfect conclusion to your care routine.
By the way: If several products are listed here, these are alternative recommendations, depending on preference.
No obligation without freestyle: Here you will find products from our range for that extra portion of care or special needs.
Massagestift mit Licht und Mikrovibration. Zur gezielten Behandlung der Haut.
Microfine care emulsion for universal application