Your Dermal Diagnosis skin type is characterized by sensory symptoms like burning and stinging rather than a visible condition. The stinging, itching, burning, or related skin discomfort you experience results from triggers affecting your sensitive nerve endings.
The stinging you experience is a non-allergic reaction and may be accompanied by inflammation and redness, but that is not always the case.
While the exact cause of stinging varies from person to person, avoiding certain topical ingredients can help to relieve stinging and other unwanted effects. Ascorbic acid, plant extracts, fragrance, alpha hydroxy acids, benzoic acid, and sodium lauryl sulfate are examples of ingredients to avoid if your skin burns or stings.
Your dry and dehydrated skin has overactive melanocytes (pigment cells) and an increased risk of premature aging.
You struggle to find the correct skincare products that do not aggravate your symptoms. Consistent everyday use of the correct products will allow your skin to repair itself, hold onto water, and reduce its tendency for stinging and burning.