If youʼre anything like me, this time of year is absolutely awful for my already horribly sensitive skin. The cold, dry winter air sucks all the moisture from my skin and itʼs dry, it cracks and bleeds, and itʼs just downright painful. Add in the constant hand washing and sanitizing measures weʼre all taking through the Covid pandemic, and our skin just gets fed up! Itʼs as easy as using a few drops of one miracle serum and youʼll see results like above in no time at all! Kick that dry, cracked skin for good with Calm organic soothing oil.
This amazing vegan and cruelty-free oil is specifically formulated for eczema, psoriasis and other inflammatory skin woes anywhere on the skin. It works to repair your skin as soon as 30-45 minutes after application to soothe redness, inflammation and irritation and it absorbs quick so you donʼt have to worry about any greasy residue. (Please note: If you have a ragweed allergy, this product is not for you, as one of the main active ingredients is yarrow.) All you need is a drop or two to the affected area, massage it in and let the oil go to work and do itʼs magic! So many reviews (along with my own personal opinion) would choose this route any day over steroids or the medicated creams as this one is a natural alternative. You can use it on the hands and body, my husband even likes it for when he shaves his face! Normally his skin gets really irritated after heʼs done shaving and itʼs painful for him. Within a half an hour of application of 2 drops, his skin looks completely normal and heʼs pain free. Just apply, massage in and go about your day, itʼs just that simple.
So, whatʼs the deal? How does this natural oil work so well for skin irritation and inflammation? Really the rockstar ingredient is the yarrow. Yarrow (AKA Ragweed) is an ancient skincare ingredient that has antimicrobial and pain relieving traits so itʼs great for skin irritation. (Looking at you eczema and psoriasis!) It also helps to heal broken capillaries and is deeply nourishing and restorative so itʼs great for sensitive and problematic skin. Along with the yarrow is lavender, which we all know is the greatest soothing ingredient out there, not to mention it smells FABULOUS. Because of its soothing properties, itʼs also great for inflammatory conditions. Lastly sage, another main active ingredient. Like the yarrow, it also helps to heal broken capillaries. Sage is known for increasing circulation and skin regeneration, which makes it especially fabulous for healing skin. The sage will also help heal and even out any discoloration, which any of you with eczema knows how much of a pain that can be!
If youʼd like to try a bottle of Calm for yourself, add in code TRYIT! at checkout to save 20% from now until March 1st.
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