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CV Skinlabs, BRAD and Red Flower - new to the shop (VIDEO)

March 4, 2013 Reviewed by Marta 8 Comments

These new finds have made it into my daily beauty routine. I love the simplicity of the CV Skinlabs line with its focus on healing troubled skin. BRAD, of course, is one of my latest heavy hitters (and you have to love the chicest of chic packaging). And then there's Red Flower's transporting body scrub. Take a closer look with this video:

  • March 12, 2013

    by Terri

    Lynda, I would certainly try it. This winter is the first time I have had eczema in about 10 years and then it was isolated to the tops of my hands. I used a prescription ointment then and don't remember what it was. This is the first time it affected the inside of my arms. Due to job loss I was without insurance and left to my own devices for healing. TIA to the rescue! It has worked marvelously for me. I took a cue from Julie K and added Matrixyl 3000 to the CV Face cream and use around my mouth. That and LED Ultra Renew sessions have plumped my lips. Best wishes!

  • March 12, 2013

    by Lynda

    Terri, so exciting to hear the CV Skinlabs Calming Moisture and Body Repair Lotion works for your eczema - I've definitely got to give this a try. This winter's bout of eczema has been resistant even to medications, though not all that surprising since these pharmaceuticals tend to leave you just more resistant rather than cured. Always happy to find other routes.

  • March 7, 2013

    by Angela Barnes

    I would be interested in trying CV Skin labs. I have very dry skin and am always looking for a good product.

  • March 6, 2013

    by Debbie Herbert

    I'd love to try these products. My face is inflamed from too much LED, massage, retinols, etc. Just really overdid it lately!

  • March 6, 2013

    by chunwen

    The mushroom in the ingredients sounds very interesting. I would like to try CV Skinlabs. Thank you.

  • March 6, 2013

    by Terri Sacco

    I have been using CV Skinlabs Calming Moisture and Body Repair Lotion for the last several weeks. The body lotion has almost cleared eczema that began on both arms in the bend of elbow months ago. Like Lynda over the counter like CeraVe SA did not work - this has. The calming (and LED from Ultra Renew) has been great around my mouth that becomes irritated easily. Would love to try the spray to see how it compares with lotion. Should be convenient.

  • March 6, 2013

    by colleen

    I would love to try the cv skinlabs!

  • March 6, 2013

    by lynda

    Battling eczema, especially this time every year, I'd love to give the CV Skinlabs Rescue and Relief Spray a try. I hate to have to rely on medications, but very few over the counter products seem to help with my eczema. The reviews on this one sound promising though.

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