A Balm To Calm The Most Troubled Skin
By Marci Robin |
I frequently carry home a bag of beauty products so I can get ahead on writing these DailyBeauty reviews. And until now, leaving that bag in my apartment while I'm out and about hasn't been an issue. But the other day, after coming home from a day trip, I found that my usually uninterested dog had knocked the bag over and completely shredded the box containing suki's butter cream healing salve. Why would Max do such a thing, I asked myself. But then I opened up the unharmed jar and found out why: it smells like a dreamy botanical garden.
Now, that may be the main reason Max wanted to get at this sukibody creation, but I wanted to try it because of what those aromatic botanicals can do for suffering skin. I find myself with frequent skin irritation that's seemingly immune to help, but this salve's balanced blend of lavender, cocoa butter, chamomile and comfrey (all organic) is breaking with tradition and actually making a difference.
My generic skin irritation is just one thing this brilliant balm can soothe. If you have serious dry spots, dermatitis, eczema, or even stretch marks, butter cream salve can relieve and really make a difference by reducing inflammation and locking in moisture. It's even safe on babies!
Now, don't you want to tear a box of this stuff open?