This New Kate Somerville Collection Is Your 3-Step Plan For Restoring Sensitized Skin

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Kate Somerville's new DeliKate collection is all about sensitive skin
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What if, instead of having to string together your very own routine for sensitive skin, there was a single, easy-to-use system? It's an appealing idea — and one that Kate Somerville's new DeliKate collection made a reality. “I use DeliKate in the clinic after a peel or when skin is stressed," explained a quote from Kate Somerville, founder of the eponymous beauty brand and skincare studio, in a press release. "It's a game changer for putting out the fire and calming irritation."

Though the new collection is worthy of a spot in your bathroom cabinet, even if you haven't swung by a facialist lately. Available online starting April 28 at Sephora.com and on Kate Somerville's own website, the three-piece DeliKate set — which includes a cleanser, serum, and cream — were formulated to universally repair a compromised skin barrier. This can happen post-peel, sure, but the delicate ecosystem can also be thrown into disarray by at-home treatments, unfamiliar products, or something as (seemingly) simple as retinol, vitamin C, or acid exfoliation.

Moreover, the DeliKate products are created without fragrance, parabens, pthalates, sulfates, or mineral oil. This is especially important to note regarding the $38 DeliKate Soothing Cleanser — instead of overly deep-cleaning skin, the soothing cleanser whisks away grime while leaving behind a lightweight layer of peptides, ceramides, ginger root extract, and more.

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You'll find ceramides in both the $80 DeliKate Recovery Cream and $85 DeliKate Recovery Serum, as well. All three launches use Tasmannia lanceolata fruit extract — also known as the Tasmanian pepperberry — as a way to calm and soothe stressed-out skin, too.

Additionally, the beauty brand has partnered with the World Central Kitchen’s #ChefsForAmerica COVID-19 Food Relief, and has pledged to donate 15 percent of DeliKate sales — both on its own website and from Sephora.com — during the month of May to the World Central Kitchen. Below, all three new products from the DeliKate collection.

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