I kinda stopped this cream during a springbreak citytrip (warmer area) and actually liked how my skin looked. Normally, my skin gets better during trips to warmer countries so I couldn't pinpoint down if that was due to using or not using the cream: my skin just feels better when I get medium warm weather.
The Real test was when I had to test it out for its real aim:
"healing post-operative and traumatized skin"
This would be a long story if I wouldn't make it more concise (and I will make it a long story in another post). I did a rather invasive peel that my skin didn't feel happy about: it reacted to the ingredients used and the given after-treatment as well.
Step in Tammy Fender Intensive Repair Cream:
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This little potion has been that balmy soothingness on my flaking, bloating and generally upset post-peel skin
It contains my beloved Helichrysum (immortelle) that I have discussed frequently and have encountered in various products I have been quite enthousiastic about.
It is made of a yellowish and sorta syrupy consistency that turns into a gooyey facecream when being warmed against skin:
a breath of fresh air or the water that puts the fire out
In the meanwhile I still have some Avene Cicalfate that has been made with the same purpose of soothing smaller post-dermatologist treatments, but I like my organic & holistic blend a bit better.
You can buy it from the direct site or from cultbeauty (discount BEAUTY10 for £10 of <£70).