Soothing body lotionxristinaki2023-08-22T09:39:19+00:00
SOOTHING BODY LOTION
The εὖSKIN® Soothing Body Lotion is rich with its ingredients of Aloe Vera, Gynura and Collagen to present anti-inflammatory1, antimicrobial2 and antioxidant3 properties with its application. Specifically designed for sensitive and damaged skin, and leaves behind a nourishing layer of moisture that helps maintain a healthy looking, radiant skin.
Collagen peptides have been previously demonstrated to promote healing in wound skin models and clinical studies4-6.
Balsam oil has been utilized for the treatment of wounds and burns both orally and topically, likely due to its antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory properties7. Moreover, the application of the extract on caesarean sections resulted in faster healing and epithelial reconstruction8.
Hyaluronic acid has been recognized for its role in wound healing, which includes the ability to reduce inflammation, regulate tissue remodelling, and promote angiogenesis9. It also plays a crucial part in preserving the skin’s hydration levels by its distinctive capacity to attach and hold onto water molecules10.
APPLICABLE SKIN CONDITIONS
Wound healing complications
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Apply on clean skin twice a day or as necessary.
Ideally, apply the product following a shower using lukewarm water while the skin is still slightly damp and utilizing gentle strokes.
Soothes dry, itchy, and stressed skin.
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