A lot of people freak out when they find out that brands like Aveeno or Cetaphil test on animals because they rely on their products to keep their skin clear and itch-free. Many are religious about what products they use because the others they’ve tried simply don’t work. I can’t lie, most of these products are difficult to find at a drugstore or even specialty stores like ULTA or Whole Foods, and you’ll have to order them online. BUT that also means you probably haven’t tried these, so it’s worth it to give them a shot.
All of the products listed have been awarded the National Eczema Association Seal of Acceptance. Products marked with a * contain ingredients that may affect those with food allergies.
Here are some other products which are suitable for those with dry, sensitive skin. These have NOT been awarded the National Eczema Association Seal of Acceptance and so I cannot ensure their effectiveness. (Sorry, no links! Let me know if you need help finding something!)
Bath Oil or Salt
Aveda Stress-Fix Soaking Salts
True Blue Spa Effervescent Foot Soak
Burt’s Bees Sugar Scrub in Cranberry & Pomegranate
Freeman Bare Foot Creamy Pumice Foot Scrub Peppermint & Plum
Freeman Bare Foot Peppermint & Plum Self-Warming Foot Scrub
Bath & Body Works Aromatherapy Stress Relief Eucalyptus Spearmint Smoothing Body Scrub
True Blue Spa Refreshing Citrus Body Scrub
Bath & Body Works Golden Sugar Scrub in Japanese Cherry Blossom
Blue Lizard Australian Sunscreen in Sensitive
California Baby SPF 30+ Sunblock Stick
Burt’s Bees Aloe & Linden Flower After Sun Soother