6 Fragrance-Free Skin-Care Products We Love
If you’re someone with sensitive skin, searching for fragrance-free skin-care might not just be a preference, but a necessity. That’s because whether it’s from natural or synthetic sources, fragrance can be a skin allergen for many people and cause irritation. Luckily, there are plenty of great scent-free products available that even those without sensitive skin love. Ahead, we rounded up our top picks for fragrance-free scrubs, cleansers, moisturizers and more.
Perfect for a wide range of skin types including oily, dry, combination and, of course, sensitive, this cleanser works to clean your skin without stripping it of its natural moisture. This scent-less wash begins as a creamy, hydrating consistency and then foams up when lathered with water to leave behind a fresh, clean and comfortable finish.
This formula is lightweight, free of fragrance and provides hydration for those with normal to oily skin types. We recommend storing it in your skin-care fridge for a luxurious and refreshing experience upon application.
Another fragrance-free moisturizer favorite, this gel serum contains a combination of Vichy’s signature mineralizing thermal water and hyaluronic acid to hydrate dry and dull skin sans the excess scent.
Made with sensitive skin types in mind, this formula contains limited ingredients and is allergy-tested, paraben-free, preservative-free and fragrance-free. It’s made with shea butter to soothe the skin and provide intense hydration.
This multi-tasking moisturizer is a serum, face cream and sunscreen all in one formula. Formulated with cannabis sativa seed oil and niacinamide, it works to improve the look of large pores and uneven skin tone. It’s lightweight and absorbs quickly, but it’s still very hydrating, making it perfect for all skin types.
A fragrance-free routine is not complete without a body scrub, and this one gets the job done right. It’s formulated with bamboo charcoal, pumice, glycolic acid, salicylic acid and lactic acid for a deep, refreshing clean.
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