Holi 2023: People with sensitive skin should take care of themselves like this before playing Holi, there will be no side effects from colors

Holi Color Side Effects: Holi is just around the corner and you can’t wait to put on your Holi playlist and dance your heart out to this festival of colours. However, these colors contain a lot of chemicals which are harmful for your skin, especially if you have sensitive skin. But this does not mean that those with sensitive skin cannot enjoy the festival. Learn in this article how you can take care of your skin before and after Holi, so that there is no harm to the skin.

Before playing Holi, people with sensitive skin should take care like this

60 to 70 percent of women around the world have sensitive skin. One needs to be more careful with sensitive skin and sometimes we cannot understand what exactly triggers the skin. There’s a science behind sensitive skin, if you spot these signs it’s time to start treating your skin like this.

Symptoms of sensitive skin

Dryness – Dry skin is caused by a lack of moisture – people with dry skin are 3 times more likely to have sensitive skin.

Tightness – Tight, stretched or stretched skin means that your skin lacks moisture. This can affect around 98% of people with sensitive skin.

Vulnerable skin – People with sensitive skin may have a thin or weakened skin’s moisture barrier, which allows irritants to penetrate.

Now that you have the signs of sensitive skin, here’s how to do pre and post Holi skincare.

What to do before playing Holi

Those with sensitive skin should try to use herbal colors as much as possible, but still your skin needs to be prepared for what is to come.

Toning is good for reducing the size of your pores. You should apply toner every morning after cleansing. This will help prevent the colors from reaching your skin.

With the moisturizer your skin will remain hydrated throughout the day. It will also act as a layer of protection between the colors and your skin, preventing chemicals from reaching your skin.

Sunscreen is essential for sensitive skin, apply sunscreen on your face and your body as well, you will be playing Holi all day long and your skin needs protection from the sun.

After playing Holi

Cleaning should be your first step after coming back home after playing Holi, it is necessary to wash off all the dirt, oil and colours. For this, you can use a cleanser that cleanses your skin without disturbing its moisture balance.

After cleansing and showering, moisturise thoroughly to prevent your skin from becoming dry. Moisturize with avocado oil to hydrate sensitive skin.

70% of people with sensitive skin admit that their skin remains dry, burning, swollen. Vitamin B5, aloe vera, and shea butter, sunflower seed oil, and almond oil are good for sensitive skin.  

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