This sensitive skin cream lists all 10 easy-to-pronounce ingredients right on the back. (photo: Chanel) This year, out of nowhere, my sensitive skin got a whole lot more reactionary as I started experiencing allergic reactions with no rhyme or reason. I’m taking eyes swollen shut, rashes, hives, and trouble breathing kind of reactions. Multiple specialist and tests later, I now know I’m allergic to stone fruit (sayonara to my beloved peaches and cherries) and a few random nuts (which are frustratingly lurking in everything from smoothies to salads to skin cream).
Each day the editors of Yahoo Beauty are sharing one noteworthy product we feel should be on your radar. I drink kombucha and put The Beauty Chef Inner Beauty Powder on top of my Greek yogurt regularly — but I’ve never thought about topical applications of probiotics. A few months ago, I snagged a bottle of Aurelia Probiotic Skincare Refine and Polish Miracle Balm ($98) from the beauty closet, mainly because I liked the pink-and-gold packaging and thought it’d look pretty sitting on my vanity table.