Usually, the bango factor is the only one worth considering when choosing a laundry detergent. But that shouldn’t be the case when you have sensitive or maselan skin that reacts to even a hint of chemicals.
Sensitive skin is more prone to chemical irritation, so choosing the right detergent is about a lot more than finding one with a pleasant fragrance. The good news is that it's pretty simple to keep your clothes bright without affecting your skin.
Your skin is your first line of defense against bacteria and the elements. The clothes you wear, on the other hand, are meant to offer some sort of protection for your skin. If the detergent you use irritates the skin, washing your clothes is similar to taking two steps forward and five steps backwards.
Sensitive skin requires a bit more care. Make the right choice by using a detergent that is hypoallergenic, fragrance-free and contains no dyes and chemicals. After all, who said you have to sacrifice your glowing skin for brighter clothes? If you stay alert this is one of the few scenarios where you can have it both ways.
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