REVIEW: Skin Free Products

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Skin Free is a company that makes skin care products for those with special skin issues or concerns such as Extreme Dry Skin, Skin or Fragrance Allergies, Psoriasis, Dermatitis, Eczema, Pregnant Moms, Babies, The Elderly, Diabetics, Renal Patients and After Radiation or Chemotherapy.

They have the following qualities:

  • All Natural, Vegan Ingredients
  • No Perfumes
  • No Petroleum Products
  • No Harmful Chemicals
  • No Steroids
  • No Colorants
  • No Greasy feeling
  • No Animal Testing, Cruelty Free

I was sent three products of theirs to try out and review. My reviews are honest and are not affected in any way by how I received the product.

The Extra Moisturizing Soap (pictured at right) was soft and a pleasure to use. It’s for delicate, sensitive or very dry skin and is also helpful for allergies, eczema, psoriasis or dermatitis. While I don’t suffer from any of the second group, I do have very dry skin on my hands and feet and the bar of soap did help. I used it on my whole body and it felt like I was being washed in butter. The bar didn’t last long!

The Niaouli Butter Stick (pictured at left) is similar to the bar of soap except that it’s not soap. It’s a rub on stick you use for a patch of dry or broken skin and is perfect for rough elbows, cracked heels or chapped lips. It works really nice as a chapstick and helped my dry cracked elbows. The only thing that could make the product better was if it pushed up like stick deodorant so you could rub it directly onto your elbows or heels.

What IS Niaouli you may be asking yourself?

“The Melaleuca family contains three notable trees that contribute to the healing world: Tea Tree, Cajeput, and Niaouli. Niaouli is most valuable for disinfecting skin wounds. Niaouli can also firm skin tissue and help with ulcers, acne, blemishes, and chapped skin.” – from the package

The Niaouli Scrub for Blemish Prone Skin (no picture) feels like a jar of wet sand but it really does a great job of sloughing off dead skin and exfoliating the skin. We used it in areas that normally get lots of breakouts (not the skin, but on the body.) We seemed to get less breakouts while we used it and when we stopped for a while, they seemed to come back but I’m not sure. The downside is the smell. It smells horrible, but good if you have a cold and want to clean out your nostrils. Also the sandy particles settle to the bottom so you have to stir it with your finger for a bit before scooping some out to use.

Overall I am impressed with the products and would definitely recommend them to someone with the skin problems mentioned above. Be sure to check out Skin Free and the Skin Free Blog.

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