First aid beauty

Today, I will review a new skin treatment product for a switch. It is the “First Aid Ultra Repair Cream.” Recently, I’ve been focusing on skincare care. My skin is dehydrated, and it’s a challenge to find a quality product that is suitable to treat my complexion. After a long search and a thorough search, I discovered this super repair cream. The cream is everywhere in publications and on YouTube. Therefore, I thought of giving it a go. I purchased a sample at Sephora and tried it for two days. I didn’t get astonishing results, but I do think it did improve my skin. After much thought, I purchased the full-size product without much anxiety. However, I am extremely happy with how my skin looks right now. No more dry patches applying foundation after using this cream for a time. Let me tell you my story of how I applied it and how it impacted my skin.

What It Is Formulated To Do

This ultra-absorbing, quick-absorbing Repair Cream is a must for those suffering from extremely dry skin that is scaly because of harsh winter weather and harsh cosmetic treatments and any one of these, such as atopic dermatitis, irritant allergies, eczema as well as keratosis pilaris. Thanks to colloidal oatmeal, shea-butter gentle eucalyptus oils, and ceramides. Its luxurious, ultra-hydrating formulation provides immediate relief and a visible improvement in the appearance of skin that is distressed. The FAB Antioxidant Booster – made of licorice root and feverfew, and white tea, protects skin from damage caused by free radicals. Ideal for all skin types, particularly dry, irritated, and sensitive skin. It leaves it soft, hydrated, and at ease. This petroleum-free product is allergy-tested, dermatologist-recommended, and safe for sensitive skin. It is made up of colloidal oatmeal, the sole FDA-approved OTC ingredient in Eczema.

Suggested Usage

Apply the application as necessary on the face and other places.

Make sure to use it at least twice a day to heal the skin’s dryness or irritation.


The product is 6oz and is packaged in a white container with a thread cape. It’s not a comfortable container to carry the product out of (compared to a pump-type pack). The 2oz size comes in tube packaging, which makes it more comfortable.


Colloidal Oatmeal .50 percent A skin protectant that is FDA-approved to soothe minor irritation.

Water, Stearic Acid, Glycerin, C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, Caprylic/CapricTriglyceride,Glyceryl Stearate, Glyceryl Stearate SE, Cetearyl Alcohol, Caprylyl Glycol, Phenoxyethanol, ButyrospermumParkii (Shea Butter), Squalane, Allantoin, Sodium Hydroxide, Dimethicone, Xanthan Gum, Disodium EDTA, Chrysanthemum Parthenium (Feverfew) Extract, Camellia Sinensis (White Tea) Leaf Extract, Butylene Glycol, GlycyrrhizaGlabra (Licorice) Root Extract, Eucalyptus Globulus, Ceramide 3.

My Experiment using First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream:

The First Aid Ultra Repair Cream can be designed to moisturize dry and itchy skin, as well as relieve minor irritations and irritation. There are dry areas on my cheeks and my chin region. If I apply foundation, the dry patches are easily visible. We all know that it appears! I must exfoliate my skin daily prior to applying foundation, which, according to me personally, isn’t good for skin. This is why I apply this cream. In the evening, I cleanse my skin, then apply the cream over my neck and face. I let it be set for about a minute. It’s that easy. In the morning, when I rub my face, I’m able to see how soft and hydrated it feels. When I apply makeup, it appears perfect. (Happy part).

In terms of texture, the cream itself is extremely soft. A tiny amount can be applied all over your face. It’s got a subtle smell of eucalyptus. It disappears rapidly.

It’s not the best layer for foundation. When it is applied, the makeup is extremely cakey. It’s great for night cream. It can be applied on the feet or body cream. Another important aspect is that it is great for dry eyes. My husband is suffering from dark circles, which make his eyes very dry. He has been applying the cream for about 3 weeks now, and each can see a positive outcome. Take care when applying it to your eyes, as every contact with your eye could cause a lot of irritation.

I believe that this product does a great job for the price. A 6oz container can last approximately 6 to 8 months if you use it regularly. I believe it’s an investment worth it.

Overall, I was pleased with “First Aid Ultra Repair Cream”. I found my skincare product that does miracles for my dry, flaky skin.

Would I Repurchase/Recommend First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream?

I’m sure to purchase another cream. I would highly recommend this cream for people with extremely dry skin. Give it a shot by putting some samples on the table in the event that you’d like.

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