I've talked about Tammy Fender Repair Cream in the previous post, so let's take a look at two other potions targeted for soothing: Dr. Alkaitis Soothing gel (left) & Healgel Intensive (right):
This element of the non-organic (and non-natural) can be found in the ingredient list of the Healgel:
COSNA and they gave ingredients Phenoxyethanol, Linalool & Linalene the yellow light and Chlorhexidine Digluconate the red light.
That is my sidenote to it. The main concern is that it should work what it is targeted for: SOOTHING.
I think it gave a nice balmy, sort of lighter silicony feel on the skin. However, when I needed it to work really well (that peel) it was not effective enough.
So how about Dr. Alkaitis Soothing Gel?
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Dr. Alkaitis Gel has a brownish serum consistency that is absorbed in the skin quite fast. It smells slightly herbally. I do recommend an extra (soothing) cream over it to combat possible dehydation.
Ok, I do not want to make a speech about the benefits of organic skincare, so I cut to the case: IT WORKS...or, it's soothes. I didn't use this with the effects of my last peel, but it was really effective during a sunburn of last summer when I forgot to reaply the sunscreen.
Conclusion: For real skincare issues, I prefer the dr. Alkaitis Gel. The Healgel Intensive feels more like a normal skingel or sometimes I use it as a softer primer (because of the dimeticones).