Care ITCHeze Cooling Spray Gel

Since I’m off on holiday soon, I’ve been looking at products to take with me as medicinal or alternative therapies incase either of us are poorly while we’re away.  I’ve also mentioned on here before that I suffer from a dry skin condition called psoriasis which often leaves my skin hot, sore, itchy, dry and cracked.  There isn’t a specific cure for psoriasis, it’s more about controlling it and finding out what works best for you.  I’ve tried numerous creams from the doctors without any joy of them working and personally I find alternative therapies or non medicinal treatments work best for me; the occasional sunbed, non medical creams and cooling sprays.  In the past I’ve used the Avene Eau Thermale Thermal Spring Water which was lovely and cooling but I’ve actually found a spray that is more multi-purpose, more effective for other skin problems and has more uses.  That’s the ITCHeze Cooling Spray Gel from Care.

Care ITCHeze Cooling Spray Gel

The Care ITCHeze Cooling Spray Gel is just that, a cooling spray gel that’s designed to provide relief to itchy, irritated skin.  Perhaps you suffer from prickly heat at home or on holiday?  Perhaps you have psoriasis or a dry skin condition like me?  Then this spray ticks all the boxes for cooling relief.  It’s a fast, targeted, non messy application that really cools down the area, takes the heat out of the skin and provides almost instant relief and soothing.  It moisturises the skin and hydrates it making it great for those with dry skin, it also eases redness and overall reduces discomfort.  I’d say this is really multipurpose as it could be used on insect stings, nettle stings, prickly heat, dry skin, etc.  It doesn’t have a fragrance so I can’t see it irritating anyones skin and it’s suitable for all the family which is great if you have little ones and are worried about what to put on their sensitive skin.

It comes in a 120ml spray pump which provides a non messy application and doesn’t leak which makes it perfect for travelling and popping in your bag while you’re out and about.  The last thing I want to have is a bottle leaking all over my Louis!  The ITCHeze Cooling Spray Gel from Care is easy to find in supermarkets, chemists and online.  On Amazon its£7.45 for this 120ml bottle.

Have you tried this product before?  What did you think of it?  What non medicinal products do you swear by?

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