Hale & Hush, my Sensitive Skin Specialist product line,
recognizes these concerns and is having a limited time
on key items to help these conditions. I wanted to share them with you
while supplies last
. I am awaiting my order as you are reading this newsletter so will be able to provide them to you very soon!
1. Masks - Your disposable mask should fit snuggly, but if it is causing facial bruising then it is too tight and needs to be adjusted. If you are wearing a homemade/cloth mask, be sure to wash it daily in regular detergent. I personally do not recommend washing cloth masks in bleach since it is snuggly worn on your skin and because bleach may break down some materials.
2. Face Washing – In the morning, wash your face with a gentle cleanser like Hale & Hush's
. Quiet Wash does much more than cleanse. It gently showers skin with an expert blend of botanical extracts that combats inflammation, irritation, itchiness and redness.
Quiet Wash is a sale item!
3. After cleansing, apply a moisturizer. You can wear a light-weight one like
. It has a delicate and moisturizing formula. Its black rice extract is a potent anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic compound, bringing peace to aggravated skin. If your skin is extra dry, you can put a little of the Hush Hydrate underneath your heavier Hale & Hush or Osmosis moisturizer.
Hush Hydrate is a sale item!
4. There is dry, irritated skin and then there is skin under
! If it is screaming then we can quickly rescue it with different options. Hale & Hush’s
Relief Bio-Powder (another sale item)
has willow bark, oat kernel, boswellia and calamine in it. You can make a paste with it by adding some water and applying it like a mask to any aggravated areas or breakouts. You can also mix this powder in with the
moisturizer and apply it before mask placement. By itself, the powder is also a redness reducer and camouflages skin. Hale & Hush's
that also brings great relief!
I have other solutions as well, if your skin is really raw or super irritated. I am only an email away: firstname.lastname@example.org