08 September 2014

Tried and Tested: Pure Potions Skin Salvation Intensive Moisturising Ointment*

Today I'm going to share with you a product that is must have for anyone with eczema or other dry skin conditions.

This product was sent to me by a PR company, however, I honestly do love it. It has become a staple in my bathroom cupboard and I use it all the time. 

The Pure Potions Skin Salvation (£7.99 for 100ml) is exactly that. A soothing and hydrating skin salve. Recently, my elbows and knees have become really dry and flaky to the point where they were painful. Nothing I would normally use was working so when this product came through my door, I gave it a go. I was amazed at not just how well it worked, but how quickly it worked. Overnight, my dry patches were practically gone and my skin felt a lot healthier. 

The texture of this product is like a very thick balm which turns into an oil when you work it into the skin. It immediately feels very nourishing but not overly greasy. My favourite thing about this product are the ingredients. They are 100% natural. For the first time, if you were to read the ingredients list, you'd probably recognise most of them. There are no hidden nasties or chemicals. It's not like those do it all balms. This is something you can use liberally all over the body. It's also very affordable.

The packaging of this product is nothing fancy, but I don't really care. It's what's inside that matters and boy does this stuff work! It's a great one to have in your cupboard because it's suitable for all ages, even babies. I love it so much that I gave some to my grandma and it's really helped clear up her dry skin too. I am so impressed with this product that I really want to try more things from this brand. You can find the Pure Potions Skin Salvation at Holland & Barrett. 

To sum up, if you have any sort of dry skin condition, you need this in your life. I only wish this was around when my eczema was really bad, it would have saved me (and my parents) a lot of hassle! 

What's your favourite thing to use for dry skin?

Thanks for reading, 

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