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Eczema can be one of the most difficult skin conditions to live with. The never ending itch/flare up cycle can be hugely debilitating and many people search for years to find moisturisers that really make a difference.
As any eczema sufferer will know, the key to managing this kind of skin trouble is to moisturise, moisturise, moisturise…“never let the skin dry out” is the advice from all healthcare professionals; but finding a moisturiser that is effective, does not sting and does not flare the problem up further can often become like a search for the illusive Holy Grail!
When Natalie Balmond’s daughter developed head to toe eczema, she found herself with exactly this problem. After years of suffering and out of shear desperation, Natalie took matters into her own hands and developed a life changing 100% natural ointment in her own kitchen that turned things around in a matter of weeks; Skin Salvation Intensive Moisturising Ointment was born.
This powerful but gentle ointment is rich in essential fatty acids and skin nourishing vitamins to give your skin the best chance of recovery. The beeswax base creates a semi-occlusive barrier to lock moisture in for longer and keep external irritants out, which helps to stop the itching. Hemp, Safflower and Olive oils deliver a rich dose of nutrients to the skin whilst herbals tinctures of chamomile, nettle, calendula and chickweed work as a natural anti-histamine. No other ingredients are added so 100% of what is in the pot is there to help your skin.
100% natural, 100% effective ingredients and 100% of people would recommend this product* (*survey of 513 people)
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