Review of FIRST AID BEAUTY Ultra Repair Cream

Posted on November 4, 2014

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First Aid Beauty (FAB) was founded in 2009 by Lilli Gordon. Her goal at FAB was to keep products simple but yet effectively treat everyday beauty and skincare challenges. The line is free of harsh chemicals, artificial colorants, chemical preservatives, synthetic fragrances and chemical sunscreens wherever possible. We got our hands on some First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream and here is our product review of it:

The Ultra Repair Cream is best used on people with skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema, and on severely dry and scaly skin. The formula’s key actives are Colloidal Oatmeal (a skin protectant), Allantoin & Ecualyptus Oil (to heal and soothe skin), and FAB Antioxidant Booster (to combat free radicals).

First_aid_beauty-ultra-repair-cream-for-skin-conditions-eczema-psoriasis-face-moisturizerOur experiences with this intensely-rich hydrator did confirm the manufacturer’s claim that this product does repair damaged skin. It’s great that the cold weather is here as we are able to test the FAB cream in winter conditions where skin gets overly dry and flaky. All our staff said this stuff was fantastic and deeply moisturizing to the face and body. Some people loved it so much they even used it on their hands and feet. We found the Ultra Repair Cream to be noticeably thick in texture. We wouldn’t call it light-weight feeling but just not greasy. It’s a good all-purpose cream that takes around a minute to fully absorb into skin. Women found it to work great under foundation as it kept skin plump and firm. Considering how hydrating the cream is, it did not cause any acne breakouts even in one of our acne-prone male writers. There is a slight natural scent to the product.

Priced at $28 for a 6.0 oz tube, the First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream is a steal. It works great on dry scaly skin and effectively treats skin conditions like psoriasis and allergic eczema. We highly recommend this product for anyone shopping for luxury skin care on a budget.

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