When spring arrives, the skin also notices it, and faces a time in which it must be cared for and prepared especially for the subsequent entry of summer, when it is more punished by overexposure to the sun and excessive heat. Plus, seasonal allergies can also take their toll on your skin. And it is that if you have sensitive skin, you may notice how in spring you have to pay more attention to it. And we start from the basis that sensitive skin is always the most affected by the changes in season.
“In spring, for example, there is an increase in temperatures, a decrease in humidity, more hours spent outdoors or due to greater atmospheric pollution,” says Dr. Mildred Sánchez, dermatologist at the Institute of Comprehensive Dermatology, that details that the sum of these situations and external factors can translate into numerous problems.
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