We are ON A MISSION.
As a mom who suffered from splits and cracks in my fingers and heels, I just about gave up some of my favorite activities, like baking bread, cooking exotic Mediterranean cuisine, and making soap. Anything that came in contact with the splits would sting like crazy.
Does that describe your skin?
- If not your skin, maybe you have a child with mild eczema and the least invasive route to treat it is to "keep it lotioned up" according to your dermatologist. The next suggestion of steroids worries you.
- Or your family struggles from food allergies that also affect the skin.
- Or you're tired of not knowing which ingredients are safe for the skin, and which you should be avoiding.
I was in your shoes. In 2009 I found the one product that would finally end my dry skin for good. It was a 3-ingredient lotion bar that I could make in my own kitchen. Safe and easy ingredients, a product that softened my skin on contact, and it was something that lasted all day. That was the beginning of the Beesilk lotion bar.
You can read more about that story here, but I want to first make sure to get this bar in your hands to try out.