‘Rescue creams’ are becoming a thing over the past year and brands are developing their own version of a repairing cream. We see Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream becoming more well-known and popular for its famous healing properties whilst sales are sky-rocket, no wonder brands are creating their own version.
Dermatitis is an absolute pain and I’m sure many of you agree, flaky, itchy, red and sore, this condition just won’t bugger off my face, stress makes it 100% worst too! I’m a big fan of sudocrem but sometimes I can become quite addicted to it so I like to give my skin a breathe and rest so sometimes I like to switch by using this ‘skin kind’ balm instead.
This potent, comforting, fragrance-free balm contains a high percentage of Panthenol 5% (know as vitamin B5), Madecassoside (Madecassic Acid) Glycerin, Copper, healing Zinc and Maganese. Naturally rich in vitamin A; Shea Butter is a fantastic all-rounder ingredient for treating common skin conditions such as; blemishes, wrinkles, eczema and dermatitis.
For me, I go to this marvellous balm when my skin (or lips) is shouting SOS, especially when my face turns into a pizza with extra pepperoni!
I apply La Roche Posay Cicaplast Baume B5 at night-time as it always seems to de-sensitized my skin in seconds, overall; a brilliant product with a smashing price tag! A definite product to keep handy with you on your short or long-distance travels.
The La Roche Posay Cicaplast Baume B5 is widely available online and you can pick up your own at Boots here