Check the temperature
The ideal temperature for your shower water is warm or cool, and not hot. A shower of no more than 40 degrees Celsius can help your skin keep working at its healthy best.
Use a loofah or natural sponge
Applying shower gel to a loofah or sponge removes dead skin while protecting your skin and can help to distribute the gel more evenly and economically than your hands.
Shower gels have a more hygienic format than traditional bar soap to help care for skin that can react to contaminants.
Seal in moisture
After showering, gently pat sensitive skin dry and apply your favourite body lotion to lock in moisture and help your skin heal and protect itself.