What can I use Skin Quench all purpose cream for?
What can’t you use it for? I have been using these butters and oils for years with aromatherapy essential oils. Together the butters and oils make a super hydrating cream. Some customers keep surprising us with new creative uses of our Skin Quench all purpose cream. If you think you have found a new use for our Skin Quench all purpose cream please do let us know about it on our Facebook page. Skin Quench all purpose cream is one pot that contains a face cream, an eye cream, a hair and scalp treatment, burn and wound relief, a baby cream, a shaving balm and anything else you can think of!
How should I apply Skin Quench all purpose cream?
Because Skin Quench is a solid butter & oil based product, you will feel the best results if you warm and soften it up before applying. Take a small amount and rub it in your hands until it softens and turns into liquid, then gently apply to your skin. A little Skin Quench all purpose cream goes a very long way. If you are applying to your hair, warm it up and then gently rub it into the ends of your hair. You can also apply it to your hair and scalp as a hair mask and lightly massage the scalp. Our Holistic Therapists give wonderful Indian Head Massages with our Skin Quench all purpose cream. Once massaged into the scalp let it absorb for an hour, 2 hours would be best. Then wash it out with a gentle and natural SLS free shampoo. You shouldn’t really require a hair conditioner afterwards. Apply under your eyes as an eye cream. Gently apply over wet skin after a shower or bath for all over hydration. It is ideal to use Skin Quench all purpose cream on wet skin as it provides more glide, locks in moisture, and overall you’ll use much less product. Always start by applying sparingly and add a little more to the drier parts.
Is Skin Quench all purpose cream safe to use on my baby?
Skin Quench all purpose cream is completely safe to use on babies and infants. We’ve heard from mothers who use Skin Quench all purpose cream for nappy rash, stretch marks and sore cracked nipples. However, if you have concerns about our product, please consult your doctor before using our Skin Quench all purpose cream.
I’ve heard that Skin Quench all purpose cream can treat eczema? Is this true?
Yes, I created Skin Quench all purpose cream for my Eczema and my customer's Eczema prone skin. For me and my customers, it heals our pre Eczema skin instantly. The trick is, if you know your Eczema is on its way [typical warning signs are: tight, dry, burning & itchy skin] to apply Skin Quench all purpose cream every day and top up dry areas to avoid the spread of eczema. Eczema can very easily spread across the skin’s surface area because the top layer of skin is dead, the skin cells are devoid of a nucleus, and hence, more prone to infection. Every day, we hear from customers who have witnessed incredible results using our Skin Quench all purpose cream on their eczema, psoriasis and other extreme dry skin ailments. Skin Quench all purpose cream is not a medicine and we make no medical claims for the product. But we encourage you to read some of the testimonials on our website.
Does Skin Quench all purpose cream work on acne?
When you use an oil based product like Skin Quench all purpose cream on your skin, the oils in the product causes your body to stop producing oils, and results in smooth, clear skin. We do however stress the importance of applying Skin Quench all purpose cream very sparingly to skins that are combination to oily. Our customer's feedback tells us that Skin Quench all purpose cream is very effective in treating acne and some acne scarring, but we don't claim that Skin Quench all purpose cream is a treatment for acne.
Is Skin Quench all purpose Cream Organic? Yes Skin Quench all purpose cream is organic as it is made solely from 100% Certified Organic ingredients, but the overall product is not Certified Organic. We have chosen to not organically certify Skin Quench all purpose cream to keep costs down and ensure that Skin Quench all purpose cream is available at an affordable price to those suffering with challenging skin problems.
Is Skin Quench all purpose cream suitable for Vegans? Yes, our Skin Quench all purpose cream is suitable for Vegans. I am overjoyed to produce a 100% Vegan all purpose cream.
Where is your Skin Quench all purpose cream product made? Every pot is lovingly created in our Workshop in the beautiful countryside in Lincolnshire, United Kingdom.
How should I store Skin Quench all purpose cream product? This is a 100% natural product made with 100% Certified Organic ingredients with no preservatives, it will be a good idea to store in a cool dry place, out of direct sunlight. As this product is made with natural butters and oils and depending on room temperature the consistency may alter, ie. in a colder environment the cream will be more solid. In a warmer environment, the cream will be softer, or if hot, the cream will turn to liquid.
Here are some EU recommendations on how to store and use general cosmetics:
* Always read the instructions carefully and take note of any warnings for use.
* Keep lids on products when they are not in use.
* Use products within the lifespan indicated by the Period After Opening symbol.
* Avoid storing products in direct sunlight or near sources of heat; choose cool (not freezing) areas where possible.
* Never dilute products or mix them with other products unless directed by product instructions.
* Apply products with clean hands or an applicator that is routinely washed thoroughly with soap, detergent or a mild shampoo.
* Allow applicators to dry completely before use.
* Avoid sharing personal cosmetic products with another person.
Do we and our Suppliers of our ingredients test on animals? We do not, never have, and never will test on animals. We do not purchase ingredients from Suppliers that test on animals either, nor do we instruct 3rd Parties to test on our behalf.
Please note: This Skin Quench all purpose cream site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and / or disorders. According to United Kingdom Law only a medical doctor may 'treat' illness and disease with a medical origin. The information in this site is purely for information purposes only.