The best beauty products for sensitive summer skin Soothe your pregnancy skin this summer with these calming lotions and potions 1 of Ad break Klorane Peony Shampoo, £6Think pink with this ultra-sensitive shampoo, enriched with soothing peony extract and Vitamin B5 to calm and cool sensitive or itchy scalps. Available from John Lewis Compiled by Fiona McKim Australian Bodycare Gentle Cleansing Milk, £12.99The Australians know a thing or two about sunny skincare, so it's no surprise that this super-gentle cleanser is just the ticket in the heat. Classic Oz ingredient tea tree oil helps prevent sun-induced breakouts as well as removing make-up and daily impurities Available from Australianbodycare.com Steamcream, £12.95Not just a catchy name, this multipurpose pot containing thick buttery lotion is packed with soothing cocoa butter and ultra-moisturising almond oil. Use on hands, feet, body or mix with foundation for a super-rich hydration hit. Available from steamcream.co.uk Eau Thermale Avène SPF50+ Tinted Compact, £24 A dual-purpose product housed in a cute, travel-friendly compact. Keep your complexion looking even and shine-free in the heat whilst protecting your sensitive skin from both UVA and UVB rays. Available from boots.com Continue slideshow > Trilogy Very Gentle Calming Serum, £28.50Soothing ingredients including green tea, chamomile and anti-inflammatory calendula are all present and correct in this little wonderbalm, which should be used under moisturiser to add extra hydration to sun-parched skin. Available from trilogyproducts.com Dr Organic Aloe Vera Eye Gel, £8.99We've all heard the phrase 'cool as a cucumber', and now we can embody it too! Dab your undereyes with this PH balanced gel for an instant cooling sensation as well as a lasting calming effect to reduce puffiness. Available from hollandandbarrett.com By Fiona McKim Comments Latest on MadeForMums Harry Kane, Kate Goodland and child - family facts Katie Piper opens up about her post-baby body - 6 months after having Penelope Cough syrup recalled over warning that one of its ingredients goes mouldy Katie Piper combats mum guilt: 'I'm certainly not gonna torture myself over things'