#SENSITIVE SKIN TIPS

Skin is ultra sensitive, whether you suffer from dry patches, breakouts or redness. If your skin is feeling sensitive then it’s time for a heady dose of beauty tender love and care. Our expert sensitive skin tips will help you soothe your skin, perfect for feeling and looking beautiful at all times.
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In January rethink your routine to combat dry skin
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In January rethink your routine to combat dry skin In January rethink your routine to combat dry skin

In winter, our priority is to combat the changes in temperature, so this year we're focusing on cosmetic layering to insulate and defend our skin against the cold, which can cause dryness and discomfort. In parallel, we introduce a "feel good" action to boost the skin's comforting and protective effect.
How can you re-energize your skin in winter?
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How can you re-energize your skin in winter? How can you re-energize your skin?

As the first new year's resolution is to restore a healthy, luminous glow to our skin, the first step is to treat our skin to a mini detox. But shouldn't we energize our skin in order to gently detoxify it? Or on the contrary, should we opt for a skin peel as a more efficient solution?
How Ferulic Acid and Vitamin E revolutionized our Advanced Génifique Sensitive Serum?
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How Ferulic Acid and Vitamin E revolutionized our Advanced Génifique Sensitive Serum? Zoom: the Advanced Génifique Sensitive formula!

Tightness, blotches, burning sensations... To eliminate these sensations that we all experience at some point, Lancôme has developed a sensitive skin version of its star serum based on ferulic acid and Vitamin E.
Easy on the eye: How to wear mascara for sensitive eyes
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Easy on the eye: How to wear mascara for sensitive eyes Mascara for sensitive eyes

Sensitivity can be a spoilsport when it comes to make-up, especially around the eye area. But luckily, with a few tips and advice from the experts, you can learn the best ways to wear mascara for sensitive eyes, without compromising on lash length or volume. Now doesn't that sound like a sight for sore eyes...!