Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Eucerin Dry Skin Range

Eucerin is the dermatologist-recommended skincare brand that repairs the skin and sustains the health of it. Through working with dermatologists and using their technical expertise alongside carefully selected active ingredients, Eucerin guarantees reliable and highly effective product innovations with high dermalogical standards. 

I was sent some products from the range specially formulated for Dry Skin, which offer specific solutions and proven relief for all kinds of dry skin conditions. I like how Eucerin products do what they say on the tin. There are no gimmicks, jazzy packaging, radical claims or flouncy fragrances - the products are formulated to tackle dry skin and they do exactly that. All the products are alcohol and fragrance free so they are ideal for sensitive skin and containing urea, they help restore moisture to the skin.
Eucerin Dry Skin Relief Face Cream - £10.71
Available here
I've been struggling with dry skin on my forehead lately and I've had a nightmare with foundation clinging to any sign of dry or flaky skin. Eucerin has been perfect for treating this problem - it intensely moisturises but is not too heavy. My foundation applies more smoothly when I use this so it's a good makeup base as well.

Eucerin Dry Skin Intensive Foot Cream - £10.85
Available here
Trying to rehydrate my dry feet is a constant battle and the problem is wore in the warmer months. This cream sorts my feet out instantly. I apply it at bedtime and it thoroughly hydrates, absorbs quickly, it's non-greasy and keeps my feet feeling soft for hours. 

Eucerin Dry Skin Intensive Hand Cream - £8.57
Available here
I am partial to a bit of hand cream as my hands seem to dry out faster than the rest of my body. I've tried a lot and this one comes up tops. Although I do love fragranced hand creams to apply throughout the day, this one is so hydrating and long lasting it is perfect for an intense moisture boost so I apply it at bedtime along with the foot cream and wake up with nourished skin.

Eucerin Dry Scalp Relief Shampoo - £8.73
Available here
My fiancé suffers from an itchy, sensitive scalp and as yet no product or shampoo has eliminated the problem or relieved the symptoms - and he's tried a lot. This shampoo has completely eradicated the problem and leaves his hair enviably soft and shiny. I've used it myself and found it to be a great clarifying shampoo too.

Eucerin Dry Skin Bath & Shower Therapy - £8.69
Available here
I hadn't tried a shower gel which promised to moisturise whilst cleansing before, so this was a delightful discovery. A little goes a long way and my skin was left so soft afterwards I didn't need to apply a body lotion. I'd highly recommend this for people who suffer from eczema or have sensitive or dry skin as this product is gentle enough to use on babies.

More information can be found at the Eucerin website

3 comments:

  1. These beauty products are a worth trying. However, I just had my diamond peel treatment last week. Is it safe to use these?

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  2. I used the Eucerin intensive moisturiser after I had an allergic reaction and my skin went really dry, but I had no idea they had such a big range. The cream I used had a consistency like wet icing sugar so I wouldn't use it everyday but I might have a look at their other products now!x

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