Our household has a house full of people with problem skin. From eczema to super dry skin, the skin problems keep us trying to stay ahead of it all and going through creams like no tomorrow.
The latest in the line up of creams that we have tested out is Nutratopic.
I have suffered from horribly dry skin all my life. I have a thyroid condition that makes my skin uncomfortably dry from head to toe. I use creams from head to toe every day of my life to try and provide relief.
This is what my skin looks like even with using the cream that I was using head to toe…
You can easily see how dry my skin is. I have this type of dry skin on my legs, arms, and back. Even my head gets itchy. It is uncomfortable and often drives me crazy because it is so itchy.
That photo is how my skin looks with having a dedicated regime of cream on every part of my skin every day, often multiple times a day.
It is pretty clear that I needed to find a better cream, something to actually moisturize my skin and provide some relief. So enter Nutratopic and a two week test to see if it could tackle my dry skin.
You can see by the before and after pictures that in just two weeks, the Nutratopic cream has made a significant impact on my dry skin. My itchy skin is feeling relief at long last.
I have been using the larger container of Nutratopic to settle my dry skin. The larger container of Nutratopic is meant for specific areas….
Body cream for proactive protection of the specific areas that are usually affected: folds, the areas where the arms and legs bend, chest and neck. It relieves itching, restores the skin barrier and activates the skin’s first line of defence. With a texture that provides immediate comfort, protection and deep moisturisation, strengthening the lipid mantle.
My Little One who suffers from eczema has been using the smaller container of Nutratopic, that is made for facial outbreaks as well as the Nutratopic that I have been using.
Nutratopic is available in an emollient cream (Kids), infant facial cream, and emollient lotion and protective bath gel so there is an entire line of products to help with trouble skin and tailored to your skin regime.
My Little One gets pigment fading because her eczema is so hard on her skin. Here is a photo of her skin where she is showing signs of pigment loss. The pigment loss is right in the center of the photo.
Here is the same area after using Nutratopic. You can see that the pigment is starting to come back to her skin in the one spot that was being affected.
My Little One is feeling relief in her eczema with Nutratopic creams. I have put it on her in areas that looked like they were showing the signs of an eczema episode breaking out, and it has settled the area right away. The cycle of eczema seemed to be interrupted when I applied the Nutratopic to her atopic skin as soon as signs of breakouts started to show signs.
I have found that you do not need to put a lot of Nutratopic on. Just an even thin layer of the cream works great. It also soaks into the skin nicely, not leaving you with a greasy, uncomfortable feeling.
Other benefits that ISDIN indicates are realized from Nutratopic are:
*Provides deep hydration, restores barrier function, reinforcing the lipid mantle though the use of ceramides, omega-6, and L-isoleucine
*Helps inhibits the risk of bacterial adhesion
The only thing I would love to see improved in Nutratopic is the smell. It is not a bad smell at all, but I do feel that it reminds me more of a medicine type smell versus something in my beauty regime. I know that adding scents to creams impacts sensitive skin, so I am not sure if anything can be done in this area.
You can find out more about Nutratopic and their entire line of products by checking them out here…
Disclosure: I am part of the Intega Influencer Campaign and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.