I have entirely sensitive skin, however i buy special unscented soap and lotion online because I rash out if any scent hits it.
- I also use sensodyne toothpaste and dandruff shampoo.
I suppose appreciate at all times any section of my body can flake or bleed, then due to myself and others being so sensitive, I am nuts about air quality, however the indoor air conditions can absolutely affect my skin. Too much moisture in the air quality causes mold to form in the house. I always get a headache, runny nose and suppose sick when there is mold. The added moisture also makes my skin cut out. To combat the moisture in the Summer I have a dehumidifier. I run the dehumidifier with my air conditioning. The two machines paired together stop bacteria and condensation forming in my household. In the Winter I have the opposite problem. Too dry of air quality causes my skin to rash. I have dry hands, lips and nasal passages. I get bloody noses, chapped lips and static shock is a real pain. To not have these symptoms, I got a humidifier to pair with my furnace device, and as the furnace warms the home, the humidifier introduces moisture, however you would think that would be enough! Nope, on top of controlling moisture, I control how disinfect my air is. I have an media air cleaner that I run all year long. It gets rid of stinks, dust and hair floating around. To give the air quality an extra punch, I do have UV lights installed in my HVAC device.