1000 x Balneum Dry Skin and Itch Relief Cream (10ml)
Offer ends: 16 July 2020
Do you suffer from dry and itchy skin conditions? Do you have eczema and psoriasis prone skin? Is the constant handwashing and sanitising of the pandemic triggering your dry skin conditions? Join the club!
Although its obviously essential that we keep our hands germ and virus-free, all that extra scrubbing can lead to cracks in the upper layer of our skin – through which nasties can enter the body. Making sure you keep your mitts thoroughly moisturised as well as clean is really important right now.
Fortunately we’re offering talkhealth members a chance to get their hands on 10ml tubes of Balneum dry skin and itch relief cream. Everyone's skin is different so its great to try for free before you buy to check this is a cream that’s works for you.
Balneum is an easily absorbed cream that’s been especially formulated to hydrate and soothe dry, itchy skin – thanks to its specific combination of active ingredients ; 5% urea and 3% Laureth-6.5. Urea helps to combat dry skin by removing any dead skin as well as attracting and holding water in the skin to aid hydration. Laureth-6.5 helps to relieve the itch of dry skin.
Flare ups of dry skin conditions are the last thing anyone needs right now.
For 24 hour hydration, gently rub it into your skin twice a day with clean hands. Oh, and this dual-action formula has been Mumsnet rated.
This offer is running for the next 12 weeks and we’re giving away 10ml tubes. While you might be desperate to smother your body in Balneum now, just remember that once those airports re-open, it’ll be handy to have a tube of cream that fits neatly into the clear security bags!
We've got 1,000 10ml tubes to give away.
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