Cruelty Free Products for Sensitive Skin
As I mentioned in a previous post, I have Seborrheic dermatitis, which causes some dryness and flaking on my skin, but I was also finding that my skin is pretty sensitive in general, and I was experiencing some reactions after testing out some of the products. There were a number of products that I enjoyed quite a bit, but they weren't always agreeing with my skin. This was fairly surprising to me as I would have expected some of these "natural" products to be less aggravating than some of the other brands that are more loaded with unnatural chemicals. However, I didn't always find that to be the case. Despite that fact, I'm not willing to return to using products that are tested on animals.
This is obviously an issue with my own skin and one that I doubt affects many other people. But because of this, I was finding that my already limited options were dramatically shrinking. Fortunately, I'm pleased to say that I've managed to find a product that is both cruelty-free and does not contain Aloe barbadensis. And all of the issues that I was experiencing have gone away. I still do have Seborrheic dermatitis, but my symptoms have significantly diminished. My next post will discuss the product that I've found to work for me. Maybe it will help you too.