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Winter wreaks havoc on just about everyone around here, but the last few years have got my skin feeling more sensitive or irritated all season. I've previously shared my two favorite products for calming irritated skin, but I thought I'd share some other options in case my two loves (First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream and African Botanics Intense Skin Repair Balm) didn't work out for you.
Human+Kind Family Remedy
This brand was new to Sephora sometime last fall, and I was really curious to try this multipurpose cream that is vegan and cruelty free. According to Sephora, "the formula soothes skin and promotes natural healing," and I would have to agree. My itchy winter skin finds this to be quite soothing!
La Roche Posay Cicaplast B5 Baume*
I've always been a fan of La Roche Posay, and this Cicaplast B5 Baume is another great multipurpose option. I've used this on my lips, which are often peeling from some weather condition or product, and this works really well to soothe them. I will note that this cream is white and will potentially look that way on your lips, and while it absorbs quickly, the texture can be a bit sticky on hands. However, I do think this is great for the dry/itchy patches I get on my legs!
My husband has really been enjoying Waxalene this winter, especially when he experiences bouts of eczema. This creamy balm is great on all kinds of dry spots and is totally green. The Waxalene website has so many interesting uses too, like for removing makeup or taming flyaways!
Province Apothecary Healing Eczema Balm
I picked this up at A Night for Green Beauty last summer, and finally tried it once winter got going. This one is quite different than the others - It is quite thick, and Province Apothecary recommends digging in and warming it up in your palms. I find that to be challenging (#lazy), but the product itself has worked quite well for me and my husband when we remember to use it!
All in all, I've been enjoying all of these products and think they are great options for irritated skin. Have you tried any of these? What are your favorite products for winter skin? I'd love to know! :)