Psoriasis Got You Down?
Try JustNatural Products for Legit Results
Forgive the market-y title because this stuff legitimately works. I’ve battled psoriasis and sensitive skin on my body for YEARS. Things work and then stop working all the time, but still line actually has made a consistent difference for me! On top of that, this line does all it’s miracle work with all natural and organic ingredients that are vegan, gluten free, cruelty-free, and free of chemicals, harsh ingredients, GMO’s, and parabens. Talk about impressive. If that’s not enough to win you over, then you might be impressed to know that on top of my psoriasis issues being completely calmed and soothed, I’ve also had softer skin that’s more even, better at holding hydration, and has no signs of irritation or redness. Maybe you don’t have psoriasis, but if you deal with eczema, dermatitis, chronic dry skin, scaly or flaky skin, then this might be something to try.
Here’s a quick rundown of the JustNatural products I tried and my experiences with each of them!
- JustNatural Skin Calming Natural Body Wash – This was my favorite product out of the 3 that I tried. This body wash feels so nourishing and softening to skin. It’s incredibly gentle and offers only a little lather that feels more like a healing lotion than anything. That said, it’s not oily or heavy at all. It feels incredibly light on the skin and washes off easily with no residue. On the flip side, it also doesn’t leave your skin feeling dry or parched like a lot of soaps and body washes might. This body wash is incredible for soothing any redness, itchiness and irritation you might be experiencing. Living in California, we’ve had some serious summer heat this year and it causes itchiness and flare ups – this was a LIFESAVER for those moments. The formula smells pleasant and utilizes natural plant oils and essences to calm and soothe skin while building up the skin’s protective barrier and it does an amazing job at that. I’ll definitely be picking more up once I run out! // Ingredients: Aloe Vera Hydrosol, Licorice Extract, Sarsaparilla Extract, Avocado Oil, Sea Buckthorn Oil, Pumpkin Seed Oil, Castor Seed Oil, Coconut Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Geranium Essential Oil, Basil Essential Oil, Carrot Seed Essential Oil, Natural cleansers, Orange Blossom Essential Oil, Sandalwood Essential Oil, Jojoba Protein, Chitosan, Glyceryl Caprylate, Allantoin, Vegetable Glycerin, Caprylyl Glycol, Guar Gum, Panthenol Vitamin B5, Natural Vitamin E.
- JustNatural Psoriasis Vinegar Body Rinse – This is amazing for healing your skin, making sure if you have any lesions or open wounds that they’re disinfected, soothed and hydrated. The use of apple cider vinegar is very apparent as it smells strongly of vinegar. My boyfriend found the scent disgusting, but I really don’t mind vinegar as I use it a lot in food so I’m use to it. That said, once you rinse this in the shower, the scent completely goes away so it’s worth enduring for a short time to get the benefits from this as ACV is brilliant at balancing the pH levels of your skin and the formula utilizes various plant oils and extracts such as cucumber, green tea, and horsetail to calm, soften, and strengthen your skin. This is another one I’ll be picking up once I run out as well! // Ingredients: Apple Cider Vinegar, Aloe Vera Leaf Extract, Karanja Oil, Grape Seed Extract, Sarsaparilla Extract, Quillaja Bark Extract, Manuka Oil, Nettle Root Extract, Foraha Oil, Green Tea Extract, Cucumber Extract, Natural cleansers, Licorice Root Extract, Sea Buckthorn Oil, Xanthan Gum, Essential Oils of Orange, Lemongrass, Oregano, Helichrysum, Caprylyl Glycol, Glycerin, Burdock Root Extract, Horsetail Extract, Milk Thistle Extract, Panthenol Vitamin B5.
- JustNatural Psoriasis Body Serum – This last one is the one I liked least out of the 3 products I tried because while it worked well some days, other days I found it did nothing to soothe the itchiness and the smell is not all that pleasant either. There’s neem oil in the formula and, in my opinion, that awkward scent completely takes over. If you can fight through it, the medicinal scent isn’t that bad and it does soothe skin that’s dry, but I don’t recommend it for anyone battling itchiness or who has really raw skin. If you are simply battling scaly, dry skin, this is wonderful at soothing, softening, and hydrating skin. It utilizes a plant based formula with foraha oil, adiroba oil, and various others to calm and moisturize even the thickest, driest skin. I will not be picking this one up again once I run out, but I think their dry skin line might be better suited to me so I’ll most likely be trying that. // Ingredients: Foraha Oil, Andiroba Oil, Karanja Oil, Sea Buckthorn Oil, Neem Oil, Black Currant Seed Oil, Manuka Oil, Carrot Seed Oil, Oregano Essential Oil, Rosehip Oil, Borage Oil, Avocado Fruit Oil, Jojoba Oil, Squalane Olive Oil, Orange Essential Oil, Birch Essential Oil, Helichrysum Essential Oil, Natural Vitamin E.
Overall, I really cannot say enough good things about this brand. Their formulas are impressive because they utilize all natural and organic ingredients that actually work. On top of that, there are no silicones, no petrolatum, and no steroids present in the formulas so they offer a real solution for those with skin issues that don’t respond to medical prescription type treatments and no side effects because the formula is a natural one. On top of that, the formulas are vegan, cruelty-free, gluten-free, and GMO-free so potential irritants and toxins are minimal. Those with celiac or crohn’s or who are vegan can uses these without worry. I’ll definitely be trying more products from this brand, especially their hair growth line which looks so promising!
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*PR Sample; These products for sent to me for review by JustNatural. All thoughts and opinions are 100% honest, entirely my own, and based on my personal experience. If you’re unsure whether or not these are right for you, please consult your primary care physician!