Get the temperature right
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.
Relax body and mind
Warm water has been proven to boost cardio-vascular health. Letting warm water run over your body can make it more relaxed, which can lower blood pressure.
The consistency and texture of shower creams is kinder than soap, which can strip dry skin of essential oils and damage its natural barriers.
Lock in moisture
After showering, gently pat sensitive skin dry and follow up with your favourite body lotion to lock in moisture, and help your skin to protect itself.