Product review: First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream
We're testing First Aid Beauty's Ultra Repair Cream. Find out how it measures up to our expectations!
Name this product:
First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream (firstaidbeauty.com, $12)
What the product claims to do:
This rich cream deeply hydrates skin thanks to the combination of shea butter, ceramides, colloidal oatmeal and soothing eucalyptus oil. It also fights against free radicals.
How it worked for me:
I started off using this cream on my dry hands and was impressed with the deep level of hydration. It offers a great level of moisture and once you rub it in, it doesn't leave a greasy aftereffect.
How this product looks and feels:
The texture of this cream is thick, and it immediately feels as if it's working its way into your skin, repairing it from damage.
What I liked about this product:
I liked that I could use it on both my sensitive facial skin and my body. It gave my skin the moisture it was craving!
Describe the results you saw over time:
Over a few weeks, I noticed that my skin lost less moisture. My skin really responded well to this formula!
I would recommend this product for:
Women seeking a recovery cream they can use all over their body. It's gentle enough to use on your face but also strong enough to help your driest areas, like knees and feet.
How I felt about the scent of this product:
It's very neutral, not fruity or sweet, a bit medicinal but very subtle overall.