Making sure your prepared for an eczema flare up when traveling isn’t easy, so we were thankful to find the Rash Cream stick. It’s easy to use and fits right in your purse for easy access.
They work! And so easy to use!
Makes it so easier to apply to squirming little ones (especially when also holding another squirming one in my other hand!). Thanks!
I carry several of these 5-ounce sticks in my purse where ever I go. They go everywhere easily and bring relief quickly. The Simply Soothing Rash Cream Stick is one of those things I love to carry. I can't tell you how many times I pull this out to use it for a quick first aid product. When walking and I start to rub a raw spot on my foot, the Rash Cream Stick will sooth the spot and make it silky so that it does not rub any longer. My shoe will glide over the spot. Bug bites! Even though I also carry and use the Bug Block stick, if I do get a bite, I have found that the Rash Cream Stick will sooth the spot and stop the itch. I even have used it on my 4-month-old pup that gets bites on her skin that make her itch. The ingredients of coconut oil, zinc oxide and beeswax does not hurt her if she should lick the spot. I have cleared that with my Vet and it works! You don't have to be a baby to use this Rash Cream Stick. Also, when hiking (or just hiking around shopping) I carry the BeeCool Muscle Balm Stick. Another quick first aid product for your pocket and it smells nice too. Great for those times when you pull a muscle lugging those ‘bargains’ back to your car! (smile) Of course, the Beesilk Stick is a must. I have even used my Beesilk Stick as a lip balm if I have run out of lip balm while out. All in all, I can say something great about each of the 5-ounce sticks because I have tried them all and they are the perfect size for on-the-go first aid!
Although I haven't seemed to have much luck with lotion sticks and solid lotions, I really like the Citrus lotion stick. I like to apply it to my hands when a liquid lotion would be too messy, and I also like to use it as a personal perfume. I like to apply it to my wrists and neck so I can enjoy the citrus fragrance.
It isn't overwhelming, and frankly, I don't care if anyone else can smell it on me like a traditional perfume. I use it for me, for my own moments of delight and luxury. The aroma is uplifting. It can be both energizing and relaxing. It makes me smile and is light, not too heavy for my sensitive airways. The ingredients are also high-quality, which you can feel as you smooth it onto your skin.
I like to stash it in my purse sometimes and use it while I'm on the go for a quick energy/mood boost or as a solid lotion. I'm still not sold on solid lotion working well for me despite all the positive chatter I hear, but I do really like it.
(If anyone cares, my skin seems to respond better to other products, like a lotion, cream, or even body butter depending on the season and how dry my skin is. I prefer to use handmade products made by local artisans from the same high-quality ingredients that are used here, just in different formulas.)