Dry Skin Cream
Everything Your Skin Has Ever Wanted from a Dry Skin Cream
Tired of lotions that don’t do the job? Level up to a therapeutic dry skin cream!
If you’re like many people with problematic skin, you have half-used bottles of lotions and creams filling up the cabinet that didn’t quite deliver the relief you’d hoped for.
Perhaps you’ve given up on finding a skin cream that works. We challenge you to try one more!
Our dry skin cream delivers extra nourishment to dry and chapped skin. Try out our Skin Therapy Cream risk-free!
Therapy for Your Skin
Most lotions and moisturizers on the market are about making the skin look younger, feel silky, or fragrant. Vanity products usually don’t offer any therapeutic benefits. Our dry skin cream is all about relief and healing.
For those who have ongoing skin problems, ordinary lotions just won’t do. Those with issues like eczema and acne face an even greater challenge. For problem skin relief, a salve must be effective in alleviating dryness, irritation, and burning while exfoliating, protecting, and restoring the skin.
Locks In Moisture
Healthy skin is well-hydrated skin. The combination of ingredients in our dry skin cream moisturizes on three levels. Aloe provides overall skin hydration. Pure shea butter goes deep to more thoroughly moisturize the skin. Finally, honey locks in moisture to keep your skin hydrated longer. The blend of natural ingredients and essential oils in our dry skin cream offers much-needed moisture for both men, women, and children.
Calms Burning and Reduces Skin Irritation
Burning and irritation come from inflammation. Many natural remedies are not only anti-inflammatory but also aid in wound healing. Skin conditions like eczema, rosacea, psoriasis, and sunburn become unbearable. Itching, burning, and bumps from acute skin conditions need intensive care. Olive oil, argan oil, and pantheon are some of the many anti-inflammation and wound healing agents in our dry skin cream.
Skin Repair for Chapped and Broken Skin
For many who suffer from chapped lips and cheeks, ointments and lip balm don’t give adequate relief and healing. Our therapy cream not only soothes chapped skin but also exfoliates old skin and encourages new skin to grow. Shea butter, avocado oil, glycerine, and honey are just a few ingredients in our dry skin cream that repair dry and chapped skin, facial skin, and lips.
What Do Dermatologists Recommend for Dry Skin?
Dermatologists recommend cream products for dry skin over lotions because they tend to irritate the skin and are less effective at healing the skin. Our dry skin cream is not a lotion.
Skin specialists also recommend that any dry skin cream or ointment should be oil-based and contain ingredients that are truly hydrating.
Our dry skin cream includes moisturizing ingredients contained in the best products for dry skin such as shea butter and glycerin. We also selected healing oils such as olive, argan, sunflower, safflower, pomegranate, rosehip, and avocado.
Dermatologists also recommend that you avoid products that include alcohol or fragrances as these usually make dry skin worse. Our dry skin cream is fragrance-free and contains no alcohol nor any drying ingredients.
The best products for chapped lips are those that penetrate into the lips, but also lock in the moisture and protect.
Lip balm may not be moisturizing enough, and lip moisturizers may not lock in moisture. Our product does both, so it’s perfect for lips.
A Perfect Cream for Eczema Sufferers
Eczema is a form of dermatitis that is chronic, marked by itchy and inflamed skin. Because of how uncomfortable the dryness and itching is, eczema sufferers end up with infections from all the scratching.
For those who live with eczema, finding a skin treatment is very challenging. So many cures are presented to people with eczema (and are often expensive) and it’s so disappointing when these don’t resolve the problem, or prescription treatment is too expensive.
While the creator of our dry skin cream is not a dermatologist, he is a board-certified physician with over 30 years in the field. He developed a thicker, oil-based cream that is ideal for eczema skin. Our dry skin cream can be used on any skin surface affected by eczema.
A therapeutic dry skin cream for eczema should be effective in reducing inflammation and itching.
Here are some of the ingredients in our cream that have been found to benefit atopic dermatitis:
- Olive fruit oil
- Avocado oil
- Shea butter
- Turmeric root extract
- Safflower oil
- Pomegranate seed oil
- Borage oil
Extreme eczema can easily turn into a skin infection, so finding a therapeutic treatment (like our dry skin cream) is needed to keep the itching under control.
Seed Oil Based
Oils deliver beneficial fatty acids and other nourishment. Our dry skin cream includes eight beneficial oils. Four of these are “seed oils” which are ideal to treat dry skin.
We’ve selected seed oil with the following attributes:
- Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory
- Skin protectant
- Serve as emollients.
We’ve included olive oil in our dry skin cream. Olive oil also provides the smoothing benefit of emollients. But before you go to the kitchen and rub some on your skin, it should be noted that olive oil doesn’t provide these benefits alone, but it gives products a boost!
From the Bees
Bees work hard to protect the hive and what they create heals and protects your skin!
- High in vitamin A (helps with cell reconstruction).
- Heals wounds
- Anti-inflammatory (soothing and calming).
- Protective layer that locks in moisture.
- Treats burns
- Decreases inflammation.
- Restores damaged tissues with nutrients.
When honey and turmeric are combined, they work together to calm and ease the discomfort of pain, irritation, and inflammation. Our product also includes turmeric root extract along with honey.
Panthenol offers several therapeutic benefits for dry or problem skin.
- Reduces itching (especially from dermatitis).
- Heals sunburns
- Attracts water to the skin.
- Fortifies and regenerates new skin.
- Promotes healing (tattoo providers recommend cream with panthenol to nurse fresh tattoos).
Because of all the issues panthenol addresses, our dry skin cream is therapeutic for eczema, and acne. Unlike hydrocortisone, it’s non-toxic and doesn’t have negative side effects.
Blended with the Best Natural Moisturizer Ingredients
Doctor Butler’s is all about products that include what doesn’t work and leaves out what doesn’t.
Shea butter and aloe are two popular skincare ingredients offered in many products. We’ve included these widely-used moisturizers for dry skin in our dry skin cream for their trusty moisturizing and healing benefits.
- Shea butter: Soothes, heals, and conditions. Deeply moisturizing with anti-inflammatory benefits.
- Aloe: Relieves burning, irritation, and dryness. Commonly used for sunburns, aloe is also therapeutic for eczema and psoriasis.
Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Beeswax, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) Seed Oil, Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil, Adansonia Digitata Oil, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Glycerin, Punica Granatum Seed Oil, Borago Officinalis Seed Oil, Honey, Rosa Canina Seed Oil, Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil, Curcuma Longa (Turmeric) Root Extract, Panthenol, Arginine, Thioctic Acid
Doctor Butler’s Skin Therapy Cream is backed by a full guarantee. We want our dry skin cream to be the right one for your situation.
We understand the frustration of trying new products only for each to fall short of expectations, especially when you’ve been living with acute discomfort for so long.
Because of the hesitation that comes from past experiences, we gladly offer a full refund if – for any reason – you are not completely satisfied.
Skin Moisturizing Tips
Quality skin cream is a big help in managing dry skin, but self-care is also key for skin wellness.
Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water. Water depletion in your body is sure to contribute to skin dryness.
Use better soap: These days, many of us can’t cut back on handwashing, but we can use better soap. Creamy and mild soaps are your best bet.
Don’t overheat: Showering and washing hands with hot water will make skin problems worse. So will direct exposure to heat (such as the fireplace or a fan-forced heater). Use warm water to clean your skin and don’t get too close to heating elements.
Use a humidifier: Some climates are extremely dry, and a humidifier makes up for this.
Apply cream after washing: While your skin is still a bit damp, apply the dry skin cream to lock in moisture.
Remember your face and lips: Lip and facial skin is thinner and thus more prone to drying out. A quality lip and face moisturizer for dry skin makes up for this. Our skin therapy cream is a good face moisturizer for dry skin. It also provides deep moisture and protection for the lips.
Wear gloves whenever appropriate: Winter is hard on the skin, and so are some occupations. Protect your hands from harsh conditions by wearing gloves.
Nutrition: Proteins, fats, and vitamins are good for the skin. While our cream has all of these, you get even more benefit from the inside out with a skin nutrition plan.
Avoid products with irritants: Use hypoallergenic laundry detergent and fragrance-free skin products.
Swap lotions for hydrating creams: Many lotions have vanity benefits to make the skin look better and smell better. Our cream is made for healing, but it’s likely your skin will look better from the healing and nourishment Skin Therapy Cream provides.