When HealGel first launched, I think it was treated with some scepticism as maybe just another sensitive skin range. However, it’s had rave, rave reviews across the board for its ability to transform skin that needs nurturing. HealGel isn’t really for skin conditions as such; they’re careful on their claims, and actually if you read their website, it’s not all that clear what *conditions* it is for. But, I’d recommend it for redness and irritation (especially on healing spots). HealGel Body is the newest launch (April) – it’s got a very cooling element to it and it immediately reminded me of a very soothing aloe after-sun, so I guess that would be it’s first use not only for the cooling but the healing ingredients as well. I’d also use it for heat rash, I think, because it’s certainly very soothing with a good whack of arnica in it.
It’s very expensive though – £39.50 for 100ml – so I’d expect some absolutely whizzy results to justify this. However, given that I don’t have any ‘hot’ skin conditions right now it’s hard to do a proper test. I used it yesterday and this morning and it’s lovely on the skin but I think its real ability will show when things heat up weather wise.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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