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First Aid Beauty

May 23, 2012

First Aid Kit

A few weeks back I got sent some beauty products from the First Aid Beauty range and I must say, I am very impressed!

Having quite dry skin myself I’ve always found it hard to find face creams and moisturiser that are really strong enough to nourish and moisture, but these do the job.

The Ultra Repair cream has been a god send after showers. It is thick in texture but not in the way I have found other moisturisers to have been too heavy when applying. It’s just right and dries in really quick so there is no waiting around to get dressed after. It can be used on the body or face and is great for skin that’s suffered this cold winter with the help of ingredients such as colloidal oatmeal, shea butter and soothing eucalyptus oil.My skin is very sensitive/allergic and was happy to know it is suitable for sensitive skin and allergy tested.

Another must have after winter, is the Lip Therapy. This is sort of delicious, not quite worked out what the taste is but I’m going with mint chocolate chip! It again is very moisturising, just don’t eat it instead!

The smooth shave cream left my legs feeling super soft. It has a nice texture, apply just a thin layer. It is stated for Legs but also using it on the underarms leaves a nice smooth finish and no razor bumps!

The 5 in 1 face cream is fantastic! It has given my skin a glow and if it helps to stop wrinkles then I’m going to use it every day haha! Other benefits include; Brightens and corrects uneven skin tone, filters harmful UVA/UVB rays as it contains an SPF 30 (perfect for holidays), nourishes and moisturises the skin and combats free radicals

This is the perfect skin care for getting ready for those hot summer days (they are already here yay!) and baring those legs and other parts the sun just doesn’t see in winter!

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Info:
FAB products are free of harsh chemicals and known allergens, including parabens, phthalates, alcohol, fragrances and artificial dyes. Select products also boast FDA-approved over-the-counter formulations that target specific skin issues such as eczema and acne.

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