Our Camellia & Rose Gentle Hydrating Cleanser has a serious moment this spring – it won two awards last month and lots of love from one of our favorite beauty editors, Sali Hughes .
The Guardian-based beauty guru last weekend selected our bestseller Cleanser as one of their top picks for sensitive skin and said:
“I love this very gentle, velvety cleanser for all skin types. The mild, creamy formula seems to suit everyone and makes a nice gift … "
As my campaign "Say No to Squeaky Clean" proves, I firmly believe that good cleaning is at the heart of a great skin care regime.
This is particularly important for sensitive skin types that react poorly to the oil and cause pH imbalances that can be caused by incorrect cleaning.
Daily Express Beauty columnist Lesley Reynolds focused on sensitive skin last week in her brilliant article, "Why sensitive skin is nothing to be stressed about".
In the step-by-step guide to treating sensitive skin (which you can read here), Pai is described as a "super soothing" product line for sensitive skin of all types – with options for dry and oily, youthful and mature skin alike
Lesley recommends avoiding alcohol, perfume, and detergents in skin care products – some of my real irritants for insect bears – and making sure you read your ingredient lists.
I harp over it all the time, but it's the first step to calm and control sensitive skin if you understand the ingredient lists and identify the triggers.
If you have trouble deciphering all of Latin, read my top tips here.
Remember, if you ever need advice on sensitive skin or need help putting together an appropriate routine, email our team of sensitive skin experts at email@example.com.