Joel Schlessinger MD's FixMySkin Healing Balm featured on Refinery 29
There are often habits that dermatologists wish you would shake and some of them might not be so obvious. In a recent article on Refinery29 titled “Skin-Ruining Habits You Need To Quit,” Dr. Doris J. Day and other dermatologists weigh in on these common skin care mistakes. One of these habits, Dr. Day says, can be fixed with FixMySkin Healing Lip Balm.

This unique balm contains 1% hydrocortisone to quickly heal chapped skin, Joel Schlessinger explains.

There is a myth going around that people can become addicted to lip balm, which Dr. Day says is a trick of the mind.

“These people just have dry skin and miss the feeling of the balm when it’s gone,” she says.

Often people resort to licking their lips, which leads to dry, cracked skin or worse.

“Saliva can contain bacteria and irritants, so you can end up with a rash around the lips as well.”

Dr. Day recommends applying a lip balm with hydrating aloe to improve chapped lips. Her favorite, she says, is FixMySkin Healing Lip Balm with 1% Hydrocortisone.

FixMySkin Healing Balms were created by Joel Schlessinger MD and his son, Daniel, to soothe and heal chapped skin.

These newly patented balms were invented seven years ago when Daniel Schlessinger used lip balm to treat dry, cracked skin on his fingertips. He and his father worked to create a cosmetically elegant formula that delivered hydrocortisone deep into the skin. This active ingredient is what sets FixMySkin Healing Balms apart from other products on the market.

Hydrocortisone goes beyond moisturizing to treat and heal the skin. A quick swipe of these balms will relieve itching and heal dry skin, chapped lips, psoriasis, eczema, insect bites, poison ivy, seborrheic dermatitis and allergic skin reactions to cosmetics and other products.

FixMySkin Healing Balms with 1% Hydrocortisone come in vanilla or unscented varieties and they are available in three convenient sizes for the facelips and body.

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Posted Tuesday, May 6th, 2014 at 6:20 pm
Filed Under Category: Dermatology, Dr. Joel Schlessinger, Dr. Joel Schlessinger's Favorite Things, Skin Care
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