The cold, whipping winds combined with the winter’s lower humidity deprive your skin of it’s moisture, leaving you with dry, itchy discomfort. In severe cases, your skin can get so dry it results in flaking, cracking and even eczema.
The weather outside may soon be unsightly, but your skin doesn’t have to be thanks to Topricin Pain Relief and Healing Cream.
Topricin soothes the skin by naturally revitalizing, restoring, moisturizing and providing vibrancy and energy to the skin, while giving your winter skin care regimen a boost.
The synergy of its 11 natural medicines work together help to achieve overall health, vitality and vibrancy to the skin by naturally detoxifying and stimulating blood flow to increase and enhance oxygenation of the skin make Topricin the ideal formula for taking care of winter skin.
Topricin contains highly purified water, plus coconut oil, which is a fabulous emollient for skin and provides natural, healthy moisture.
Other key active ingredients in Topricin include: arnica for injuries and bruising, Echinacea to help reduce inflammation, hypodermal for relief from burning sensation in the hands or feet and graphites for most skin conditions. But it’s the synergy of the natural biomedicines working together that make Topricin the ideal formula for taking care of winter skin.
Topricin brings soothing relief to uncomfortable dryness of the skin on the face, hands and feet and provides rapid healing and relief for symptoms associated with:
-Calluses and dry flaky heels
-Dry, cracked skin
-Sun and wind burn
For fast relief, simply apply Topricin to the affected area and massage in until absorbed.
Lou Paradise, president and chief of research at Topical BioMedics, makers of Topricin Pain Relief and Healing Cream says that consumer should be mindful of using products that contain chemicals that can irritate or cause allergic reactions in dry skin and suggests that changing a few hygiene habits and products used can help alleviate the pain from dry skin and offers some insightful simple tips for keeping your skin soft and supple during the coldest winter months.
-Drink lots of water. Keeping hydrated helps plump skin up and makes it healthier.
-Choose gentle, natural moisturizers. Common ingredients found in many commercial moisturizers include contain petrolatum and silicone, which are not ideal for skin, can cause skin irritation or allergic reactions in some people and can exacerbate dryness over time, as well as allowing your skin to absorb their irritating and potentially toxic ingredients. Look for moisturizing ingredients like aloe vera, cocoa butter and oatmeal.
-Skip harsh soaps. The soap you’re using – even if it says ‘gentle’ on the package – might be leaching your skin of its lipids. All-natural, oiled-based cleansers like castile soap are a better choice for dry skin.
-Shower in lukewarm water. Long, hot showers and baths are tempting when the temperatures drop, but hot water is hard on your skin and strips it of its natural oils.
-Don’t rub! After bathing or showering, quickly and gently pat the skin partially dry with a towel.
-Lock in the moisture. Within three minutes of getting out of the after apply a moisturizer to seal the water in the skin so it stays hydrated longer. (Topricin is an excellent moisturizer and can be applied many times a day as needed with no fear of overuse or interference with medication.)
-Exfoliate regularly. Help your body shed the dead skin cells that can build up visibly when your skin is dry. Use a loofah or body scrub made with coarse ingredients to buff your skin so it becomes soft and smooth.
-Use a humidifier. Increase the humidity level of air of your home and workplaces, if possible and consider adding a humidifier to the central heating system of your home. (If you use a portable humidifier, make sure to use it in your bedroom at night)
-Don’t forget to use sunscreen. It is just as easy to get sunburn in February as it is in July. Slater on a natural sunscreen and you’ll prevent damage and dryness.
Topricin is available in convenient 2-ounce the ($16.95) and is just the right size to store in a purse, briefcase, backpack, first aid kit, glove compartment or sports bag. The products is also available in two larger sizes: 4-ounce jar ($24.95) and 8-ounce bottle ($39.95)
Topricin is available in pharmacies, natural food stores, and other fine retailers nationwide, including Whole Foods, Vitamin Shoppe, Vitamin World, Fred Meyer, Wegmans, and other retail stores throughout the U.S., as well as direct from the Topical BioMedics’ online store.
To learn more about Topricin, go to http://www.topricin.com.
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