Friday, March 5, 2010

Eczema Relief Kit by SkinFree Review

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SkinFree Skincare carries only products made from all- natural ingredients. Their products are made of naturally occurring vegetable oils and butters. Skin Free uses only Vegan ingredients. Their products are made without perfume, steroids, chemicals, added color and are not tested on animals. Their products are recommended for people with psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis, renal patients, diabetics, expecting women, People with skin, fragrance allergies, babies, elderly and those with dry skin.

Image Skin Free Eczema Relief KitI received the Eczema Relief kit, which contains extra moisturizing soap and after shower moisture spritz. I was interested in trying this product because I have Keratosis-Pilaris. Without getting into all of the details, this basically means I have severely dry skin and I look like I have "goosebumps" 24/7. I have tried every product imaginable and nothing has helped.

Extra Moisturizing Soap- After opening my moisturizing soap, I sniffed it to see if there was a fragrance. Soaps with fragrance or perfume usually tend to make my dry skin feel even more itchy. I was excited to find no fragrance in this soap. It lathers easily and left my skin feeling so silky and smooth without a greasy feeling. I used the bar of soap alone, or without a washcloth. I did notice the square shaped soaps edges were a little rough. When using this product, I would suggest using a pouf or washcloth.

After Shower Moisture Spritz- After finishing my bath, I sprayed the after shower moisture spritz on my body. There is no scent to the spritz. The spritz sprays a fine mist and it needed to be rubbed in. At first, it felt oily but after rubbing it in, the oil feeling was gone. My skin was left feeling moisturized and softer than it had ever felt before.

I have been using both of these products for a little over a week now. My skins appearance has improved drastically over just this short period of time. The scaly -alligator look is gone. My skin doesn't feel tight anymore and it hasn't itched since the first use. The bumps from my Keratosis Pilaris are less visible, which is a miracle! SkinFree doesn't market this product for this condition, but they should because I am proof it does work for KP. I think these products would be great for stretchmarks because of the Vitamin E, and other oils. I wish I would have known about this when I was pregnant. I plan to continue using the moisturizing soap and after shower spritz to help with my KP, dry skin and hopefully after time my stretchmarks will become less visible.

Extra Moisturizing Soap- Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Olive Oil, Shea Butter, Cocoa Seed Butter, Vitamin E.

After Shower Moisture Spritz- Olive Seed Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Vitamin E

Skin Free's Moisturizing Soap was awarded the National Eczema Association's Seal of Acceptance!

Where to Buy: CVS, Walgreens,
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Disclaimer: I received this product free of charge in exchange for my honest review. The opinions & thoughts expressed are my own. I received no other compensation for my review nor was I under any obligation to give a positive review.


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