Emily Skin Soother© Unscented Hot Skin Soother

$15.99
In stock
SKU
Em.Hot.Skin
1.8 oz
 
Formulated especially for those suffering from sweat rash, heat rash, skin issues in hot damp places like skin folds, armpits, groin, and elbow and knee creases. Like all of Emily products, this balm is simple and straightforward, made of just a few powerful, natural ingredients. This product is clean and emits a pleasant scent from the herbs used in its formula. For young children we recommend Emily Diaper Skin Smoother.

*Contains certified safe herbs
*GMO-free
*Made in USA

What makes it effective?
*Organic Sunflower Oil: full of Vitamin E, it soothes dry skin
*Beeswax: a natural barrier that is both protective and antiseptic
*Frankincense and Red Peony: This pair of herbs has been traditionally used to promote circulation in Chinese herbology. They are also slightly analgesic so they may reduce the discomfort of irritated skin.
*Dictamnus Root Bark and Phellodendron Bark: These two herbs are categorized as bitter and cold and are used traditionally for extreme heat signs. Commonly used for sores, rashes, and eczema.

Available in 1.8 oz. jars
Mike Arsenault, M.Ed. Lic. Ac., Dipl. Ac., founded Emily Skin Soother products shortly after the birth of his daughter, Emily, in 2006. They have proved to be effective skin care solutions for babies and adults, powered by natural herbs and oils. All Emily products are made with sensitive skin in mind; in fact, they were initially created to treat their daughter’s sensitive skin problems. The company’s philosophy is to make safe, uncomplicated products that contain as few ingredients as needed to be effective. And all ingredients must be natural and healthy. No Parabens, petroleum products, colorants, SLS, preservatives, artificial fragrances, additives or any other synthetic ingredients are ever used.

Emily Skin Soother is a voluntary signer of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics and have pledged to avoid all suspect or questionable ingredients. The Cosmetic Safety database has evaluated and rated Emily products a zero (lowest hazard) on a scale of zero to ten.