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I have sensitive skin! I can barely wear eye shadow without breaking out in bumps! My skin is naturally nice however i have issues with it still. I know nothing is perfect but i want to try some natural home remedies that we have my skin looking toned , even, and glowing. How do i accomplish that naturally without adding any harsh chemicals to my skin?
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How does your skin react? Rash, acne, redness etc.?
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Our skin has self-healing capabilities, you should disable all the skin care products, skin gradually get better right nowTongue
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Use odorless and colorless products, this are free from potential allergens that may harm your sensitive skin. There are soaps and creams that are available for sensitive skins.  I personally use cetaphil soap and liquid soap. And since I have spotted some fine lines on my face, I have use this product called Triple Action Vitamin C Serum by VoilaVe, we can check this at Amazon. Vitamn C is a powerful Anti-oxidant that works on the collagen synthesis and fades pigmentation on the surface of the skin and it really has good outcome.
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I suggest trying products with fewer chemicals in them than the average products off the shelf e.g. organic/pant based products. I google search should give you lots of options! Perhaps natural oils could help too.  
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Having a sensitive skin, pure chimp Face Combo which helps me much to have no skin problems.
They are natural and cost not much.
I'd recommend to try it too. 
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I have sensitive skin and I avoid putting too much chemicals to my face.And also use natural or mild skin care products.
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