Having problem skin is a pain, and getting relief can be even harder. Sometimes skin becomes resistant to treatments that you normally use, making the challenge of treating chronically dry skin even more difficult. I recently experienced this very problem, and so to combat it, I tried Kate Somerville‘s Eczema Therapy Cream and found relief.
Here are the details about Kate Somerville Eczema Therapy Cream:
What it is:
A fast-absorbing eczema cream that helps relieve dryness, soothe irritation, and restore the skin’s natural barrier function.
What it is formulated to do:
Gentle enough for daily use, Eczema Therapy Cream is formulated with colloidal oatmeal, a known skin-protecting ingredient for eczema. This fast-absorbing cream helps soothe irritation and relieve itching associated with dry skin conditions, such as eczema, and is clinically proven to moisturize for up to 24 hours.
I really like this product and here is why:
Application: The creamy consistency ofKate Somerville Eczema Therapy Cream feels great on dry skin regardless of what is causing the dryness. I have naturally dry skin and I also have eczema, and this product has been great for both. It’s soothing and stops the itch almost on contact.
Results: Short term, I got nearly instant relief from the itching, dryness and flaking I experience due to eczema, and the relief lasted more than just a few minutes like with some itch-fighters.
Long term, I saw some clearing of eczema. The patches on my arms were greatly reduced and much less noticeable. I also had less flaking on my skin. I look forward to even more clearing as I continue to use Kate Somerville Eczema Therapy Cream.
Packaging: Clean, eye catching, clinical looking.
Pro: Soothes, eliminates itching, reduces eczema patches
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 5 Blings
Overall: 5 Blings
Hero Ingredient: Colloidal Oatmeal
Natural/Organic/Vegan: No, but formula includes botanicals & natural fruit enzymes
Cruelty Free: Yes
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