I’ve posted before about the skincare products that I can’t live without and all about the hair serum that keeps my frizzy hair in check but since those posts were written my skin and scalp have started to get worse in terms of eczema and psoriasis. Quite frankly they need saving and I think these three products by HelloSkin may be the answer.
I have a mild form of rosacea as well as everything else that’s wrong with me but it seems to flare up most after I have a shower. This is where the La Roche-Posay Lipikar Baume AP* is coming to my rescue. It’s a deeply hydrating moisturiser which helps to replenish the top layer of my epidermis. It’s working wonders at saving my poor red skin but I’m only using it then as I find it quite oily compared to my usual moisturiser.
This year has also seen the influx of more skin tags around my eyes which are not only vaguely painful when I lie on them but they catch on a regular cotton pillowcase. However, this isn’t the case with the Derma Therapy pillowcases*. These pillowcases are made from specially designed micro fibres and have cheap propecia been specially designed for people with sensitive skin. I’ve been sleeping so much better as my skin tags haven’t been getting caught on anything and I don’t feel sore when I wake up in the morning either.
For years, I’ve suffered from a flaky scalp (or rather what I thought was a flaky scalp until I realised it was actually psoriasis and the shampoos I was using weren’t actually helping the situation. The Art Naturals Coal Tar Shampoo* has been helping massively and that’s with only two uses. I know very quickly whether a shampoo is working with my scalp as before it was itchy as soon as I got out the shower but this isn’t the case with this one.
HelloSkin has a huge range of products for anyone with sensitive skin, psoriasis, dermatitis or eczema and their delivery was fast which is always a plus point in my book.
They’ve also been kind enough to give me a 10% discount code for all my lovely readers – use code HELLOFIONA1
Which products are saving your skin?
Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by HelloSkin but all opinions are my own.