Caring for Sensitive Skin

Sensitive skin is an issue that many Surcare customers live with every day. While everybody’s skin is different, a European study suggests that we may have more in common with each other than we initially think. More than half of us in the UK describe our skin as being “sensitive”, meaning that we often need to take extra care when it comes to products and formulas we use. Sometimes we feel it would be easier to list the things our skin can cope with, rather than the things it can!

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Winterproof your skin

The weather can bring on all sorts of conditions like eczema and psoriasis, and while central heating is great, it can make your skin dry and dehydrated. With all of this to contend with, it’s no wonder that your skin is need of a bit of TLC. Here’s our top tips to stop you cracking up from the cold this winter.



This week, (September 17-25) marks National Eczema Week. We’re offering our readers the chance to win with our friends over at Bounty and Netmums.

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Sensitive skin care – how to avoid autumn breakout

As summer comes to an end and the autumn temperatures close in around us, it’s back to work and it’s back to the problematic, dull and dry skin that the autumn winds bring. But it doesn’t always have to be that way. Here at Surcare we care about your sensitive skin.

If you find it hard to avoid those dreaded breakouts then keep reading for our tips and tricks on how to banish the bad skin.


What is Hives?

How do I know what skin allergy my child might be suffering from? As seen in Mother and Baby.

If your little ones has red, bumpy, scaly, itchy or swollen skin, they may have a skin allergy. The appearance will vary depending on which skin allergy they’re suffering from:

Hives are red, itchy, raised areas of the skin that can range in size and appear anywhere on your body.

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