Pompton Plains, NJ, September 08, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI) determines from a skin test survey that 40 to 50 million people in the United States are affected by allergies. The AAAAI further determined that contact dermatitis was diagnosed at over 8.5 million office visits to physicians and at 499,000 hospital outpatient visits.
Ryan and Jill Cote of http://www.ChinaDollSkin.com have performed and analyzed their own extensive research, and as a result, partnered with Tiffany Lauren® to provide consumers with the nurturing Ultra Gentle Sensitive Skin Care System.
Contact dermatitis, one of the more common skin allergies, is an inflammatory reaction of the skin to irritants or antigens that can cause discomfort. It is imperative to avoid irritants that aggravate your skin and to properly cleanse and care for your skin for maximum health benefits. Sensitive skin is commonly dry, delicate, thin, reacts quickly to temperature changes and is prone to allergic reactions from detergents, cleansers, alcohol-based external products and cosmetics that can cause the skin to be itchy, red and blotchy.
To avoid contact dermatitis and other skin allergies, and keep sensitive skin healthy, cleanse your face gently twice a day and use non-comedogenic products that will not clog your pores. Additional information about sensitive skin can be found at ChinaDollSkin.com.
ChinaDollSkin.com's Tiffany Lauren® skin care products avoid using sulfates, mineral oil, petroleum, lanolin, solvent alcohols, synthetic color, synthetic fragrance and comedogenic ingredients and they are also dermatologist-tested and ophthalmologist tested. The Tiffany Lauren® Ultra Gentle Skin Care System offered by ChinaDollSkin.com consists of a Calming Bio-Lipid Repair Cream, Calming Bio-Lipid Repair Fluid, Green Tea Gommage and Ultra-Gentle Eye Cream, or you can sample a selection of five products in the Ultra-Gentle Starting Over Tote.
For more pertinent facts about sensitive skin and skin care solutions, visit Ryan and Jill Cote's website at http://www.ChinaDollSkin.com.