During the Summer I like to get as much sunshine on my body as possible, because it not only helps me get vitamin D into my body but the sun goes part of the way to healing my eczema which tends to flare up in the colder weather. This summer I have been sitting outside as much as possible but also been trying Salcura’s Bioskin range to give my skin an intensive moisturisation which will hopefully help the transition moving into Autumn.
Available in Bioskin and Bioskin Junior the range relies on nature to deliver its successes. Key ingredients include Sea Buckthorn, Natural Volcanic Zeolite, as well as Green Tea and Sweet Orange to promote the very best for sensitive or problem skin, giving you smooth trouble free skin day to day.
I’m a regular user of Zeoderm anyway but teaming that with the beautifully fragrant DermaSpray my problem areas (face, ears and arms) have been scale free for months.
The DermaSpray is light in it’s application and doesn’t need as much rubbing in, especially if you need to get the spray in hard to reach areas (I have an area on my back where this spray as been incredibly useful). It’s fragrant (a mixture of eucalyptus and tea tree) which gives you a morning fresh feeling once you apply it. But the silkiness you get from it is second to none. It’s such a light spray that it’s perfect for everyday application so builds up the protection over a number of weeks in which you see a distinct change on your problem areas.
Now before I received the Dermaspray I was regularly applying Zeoderm every morning on my body, I have since switched to the spray and have only applied Zeoderm on my face. There are a few reasons for this. The DermaSpray in my opinion doesn’t give you the silkiness that the Zeoderm does on your face and using that as a base under foundation didn’t give me the smooth coverage which I experience with Zeoderm so it’s pointless for me there. Plus the Dermaspray has been keeping my body eczema under control so I don’t need to use the Zeoderm in those areas. Therefore together they make quite a nice team.
Zeoderm is thicker and doesn’t have any fragrance, so I apply this on my face where the eczema is quite itchy. This deals with both the scale and the itch in one go as well as being an amazing base for any kind of foundation rather than using a CC cream which I don’t have much luck with since it builds up around my eye area producing a heavy, claggy look. Zeoderm applies easily and gives you an instant softness which I very rarely got using chemical treatments which would lead to a greasy effect making makeup application almost impossible.
Anyhow, I’ve been using it now for a few months and can honestly say that it’s one of the best systems that I’ve used to keep my eczema at bay and will continue to use it for the foreseeable future.
If you want to try Bioskin for yourself, it’s available with free next day shipping if you spend £50 or more, at Salcura Skincare.
Have you any natural remedies that you swear by?