Podcast 38: Are your skincare’s ingredients actually helping your skin?
Let’s be honest there are literally thousands of skincare brands out there vying for your attention. What seems to stand out are marketing slogans people can attach to on an emotional level. Skincare that is cruelty-free, vegan, natural, organic and so on. But the reality is that there are many brands doing this exact thing, so brand ambassadors need to come up with more emotive and driven material.
Here’s one I heard through a third person, “herbs in skincare don’t actually have any impact on the skin”.
As you can imagine this really 'got my back up' especially when it was the herbal medicine that saved me from the roller coaster of psoriasis; which I used herbal medicine in my bath to soothe my skin and reduce inflammation (a much healthier alternative to tar, isn't it).
So if you would like to know more about how Salubre Cosmeceuticals works and on what level the ingredients we choose work on improving skin health, then this episode is for you.
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Spring can cause skin irritations such as eczema and hives. The Revitalising Scalp and Body cream is great for all ages. I even use it on my little boy if he gets a little nappy rash. The soothing ingredients such as colloidal oatmeal, calendula, kokum butter, tamanu oil and the anti-inflammatory effects of the Chinese herbs, the Revitalising Scalp and Body cream is both gentle and effective for skin irritations such as hives, eczema, psoriasis and dandruff. https://www.salubre.com.au/product-category/therapeutics/Watch Episode 38.
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