Disclaimer: Product complimentary from Topbox Circle for review purposes. Views expressed are honest and of my own.
Vaseline is one of those brands that one can depend on. For me, the Vaseline brand never fails me, from helping heal cuts and burns to keeping chapped lips moisturized. They have come a long way of simply just being a Petroleum Jelly brand. Did you know they have a range of moisturizing products that help replenish your skin? I’ve tried their Intensive Care line before and I love how it made my skin feel and I know their Clinical Care line will be just as effectively moisturizing.
Vaseline Clinical Care Eczema Calming Therapy Cream with Colloidal Oatmeal Skin Protectant provides instant relief for dry, itchy, irritating, eczema prone skin. It is formulated with unique Barrier Restore Complex to help strengthen skin’s moisture barrier. This effective moisturizer is unscented and is suitable for dry and sensitive skin.
How to Use:
Apply generously and massage cream onto dry, cracked, chafed skin and problem areas twice daily or as often as needed for instant relief and long-lasting hydration.
I don’t suffer from eczema but my skin does take its toll during the winter months, such that it’s dry and can lead to itchiness if it’s not properly moisturized. That said, I practically lather myself in creams and lotions to prevent my skin from being irritating.
This Vaseline Eczema Calming Therapy Cream is scentless and has a thick cream texture. Once applied onto the skin, it felt pretty thick but eventually absorbed into the skin. It’s not as moisturizing as I would like. What I do instead is apply the Eczema Calming Therapy Cream and top it off with a moisturizing body lotion/cream.
Overall, I wouldn’t say this cream is a cure-all for dry, irritating skin but it does relieve the itching and calms that irritation dry feeling that I have on my skin during the colder months.
What are your thoughts on Vaseline Eczema Calming Therapy Cream? Besides their petroleum jelly, have you tried other products from Vaseline?