❓What Do Fragrance-Free & Hypoallergenic Means
If you pay any attention to skincare labels at all, you might be familiar with a lot of terms on the bottle. Here's the thing: It's not always easy to tell if a product is safe to use on your very sensitive skin. But a few keywords are used to depict whether a formula is potentially irritating such as “hypoallergenic”, “fragrance-free or sometimes "unscented”.
Here's a tricky part - unscented! Fragrance can be mixed in to either cover an unpleasant smell or make it seem devoid of any scent in the product. So just because a product does not carry any scent, it doesn’t mean it’s safe for people who are sensitive to fragrances. So always check your labels and ingredients list to find out what might trigger your sensitivity if you already know what could.
Choosing natural products that are packed with greens from our sensitive care range will help you to find calm and without a long label for you to decode one by one. Keeping the ingredients simple, natural, and raw, they are very mild and gentle which is suitable for babies (tried and tested) and sensitive skin types including eczema or psoriasis.
Liquid Gold for Sensitive Skin: Olive Soap
My husband has psoriasis. We noticed after using the Olive soap, that his dry and peeling-off skin condition looks more moisturized and it is getting better now.
- Jenny Siau -
Great For Babies & Kids: Pure Liquid Castile Soap
My son has super sensitive skin and acne on his face. He used it as a cleanser for his face and body and his skin condition has improved.
- Marina Yong -
Dry Skin Saviour: Argan & Rosehip Oil Body Lotion
Non-greasy and solved skin rashes I love this! The product is unscented, non-greasy, and works on my 1.5y.o. toddler and myself, whenever we have rashes/skin issues.
- Evelyn Yeong -