Sensitive skin syndrome is a common ailment, but it is difficult to diagnose due to subjective symptoms and a lack of clearly apparent signs. According to epidemiological research, the incidence of sensitive skin is as high as 60–70% among women and 50–60% among males. When subjected to physical, thermal, or chemical stressors that would ordinarily produce no provocation on healthy skin, patients with this condition typically experience unpleasant feelings. Recent research and recently approved position papers have offered a more comprehensive knowledge and agreement on its underlying pathophysiology, relationships, diagnosis, and therapy. 

Since no clinical trials on particular treatment procedures have been done, individuals with this disease should be given individualised skin management. Given this new information, this study provides an approach to sensitive skin conditions, including differential diagnosis and treatments aimed at its pathogenesis.