Satya Organic Eczema Relief Review

Hello, hello!

Today I have a review of a the Organic Eczema Relief from Satya Organic Skin Care, a Canadian company. [info in italics is taken from well.ca]

 

As you all know, I have super sensitive skin, and over the summer started reacting to the baking soda in my natural deodorant – my underarm skin became red, itchy, and started to look like eczema. Up to now, it has mostly healed except for one spot that continued to flare up. My mother suggested that I use cortisone, but I wanted to try something more natural. A friend (thanks Miss A) suggested that I try this one since it is organic and has minimal ingredients.

 

Satya Organic Eczema Relief balm helps to relieve inflammation, itching and irritation, while retaining moisture and reducing flaking.  It also helps to restore suppleness to dry and damaged skin.  

Satya Organic Eczema Relief

  • Certified organic
  • Fragrance free
  • Proven eczema relief
  • Treats eczema, skin inflammations, irritations, severe dryness and rashes

Ingredients: Organic: Calendula, Collodial Oatmeal, Beeswax, Sweet Almond Oil & Jojoba. 

 

I’ve been using this for over a month now, and it has helped so much to soothe and calm my skin irritation. It is a balm consistency and melts into the skin. The scent is very minimal, and slightly odd (I can’t quite place what the scent reminds me of). I had thought that it would smell like sweet almond oil, but it doesn’t! (the scent fades quickly though)

My complaint is that the because jar is fairly tall, it will be difficult to reach once it gets used up more than halfway. I guess I’ll figure it out as I use it up.

Thanks for reading and have a beautiful day!

Disclosure: I purchased this.

 

26 thoughts on “Satya Organic Eczema Relief Review

  1. I’m so happy you shared this. Our entire family deals with eczema flare ups from time to do and I’m always looking for things to add to our arsenal at home. I hadn’t heard of this product before and I’m excited to try it seeing that you had such a favourable experience!

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  2. Oooh this sounds/looks interesting; I suffer from eczema too and it’s at it’s absolute worst in the Winter. Definitely going to look into this!

    Have you ever tried First Aid Beauty’s Ultra Repair Cream? I find that works really well too – I get eczema on my hands and I find it makes a huge difference.

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  3. I’m quite curious as to what this actually smells like now! I know someone who asked me the other day for any recommendations for her eczema but as I don’t have it I didn’t have any suggestions she hadn’t already tried. Will forward her your review of this – thanks! 🙂

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  4. Sorry to hear you reacted to the deodorant but glad this has been helping 🙂 I used to get a lot of eczema as a kid and my skin is still sensitive so I have to be extremely careful what I bathe in and put on it.

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  5. This balm sounds lovely and that calendula and oatmeal will def help to calm down the inflammation..
    Baking soda is very alkaline, I don’t know why it considered as a wonderful ingredient for skin.. It should only be used for occasional deep cleansing..Try arrowroot or clay based powders if you can find something good😚

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