Thursday, December 15, 2016

Royal Dead Sea Seborrhea Cream Seborrheic Dermatitis Treatment Review

I know some of my readers as well as my own kids have suffered from eczema. I just got Royal Dead Sea Seborrhea Cream Seborrheic Dermatitis Treatment to review.


I've tried so many products on my boys in the past. Probiotics did help. Many of the creams had Steriods and Parabens in them. The creams would help at first, but the problem would return worse than when I first started using it on them. I hated putting Steriods and Parabens on my little boys.

Royal Dead Sea Seborrhea Cream Seborrheic Dermatitis Treatment does not have any harmful chemicals! It's a thick, smooth cream. 


It will help with Isaak's rough spots that he has from time to time, and that spot under Mica's chin that continues to be rough. It seemed like Rosewater was helping Mica's chin, but it kind of came to a halt, and has looked and felt the same for a long time now. We even sent him to a Pediatric Dermatologist. They tested his chin to see if what he had was bacterial. It's not. She gave us a cream, which was filled with harmful chemicals!


Ingredients:
  • Lavender
  • Patchouli
  • Geranium
That's right...just those 3 ingredients.

Even if it doesn't help with Mica's chin (we haven't had it long enough to tell), it will help with Isaak's rough spots. His pediatrician told me that he should be using lotion daily because of his dry skin.

The essential oils and plant extracts in Royal Sea products were chosen with special thought. They chose things that have therapeutic purposes and healing qualities.

I love that it's safe for all skin types. It relieves flaky, itchy, and scaly skin. There's no burning or itching when it's applied. Mica had nothing to complain about when he put it on.



Packaged:

It was in bubble wrap. It comes in a well designed box. The lid was tightly sealed, and it had a cover over the cream. 


Cost:

$29.90 for 2 ounces. That may seem like a lot, but you only need to use a drop to cover the skin. 


Have you ever had any skin issues?

Disclaimer: I got this product for a discounted price in exchange for an honest review. I only review things I think will benefit my family and/or readers.

4 comments:

indah nuria Savitri said...

I have tried royal dead sea products and love it :)

Theresa Mahoney said...

I have also tried their products and really like them!

~ Noelle said...

Can you smell the patchouli? I hate that scent and can not handle it... at all!

mail4rosey said...

I really need to indulge and do a mask too. It's been awhile.

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