First Aid Beauty’s products are reflective of their name. The brand focuses on separate skin issues, and their mantra is “skin care is never a one-size-fits-all.”

First Aid Beauty already has multiple best sellers to their name. Additionally, they have a new moisturizer in the market – Ultra Repair BarriAIR Cream.

What It Is
A light-as-air moisturizer that helps strengthen the skin barrier and balance. Moreover, provides adaptable hydration for all skin types. 

Skin Type

Normal, Dry, Combination, and Oily.

Skincare Concerns

Dryness, Dullness and Uneven Texture. Moreover, people with fine Lines and wrinkles can also use this.

Formulation Of The Ultra Repair BarriAIR
Lightweight Cream.

What Else You Need to Know

Your skin barrier is a protective outer layer that helps keep the good things in, like hydration and lipids. And consequently, the bad things out, like pollution, irritants, allergens, and bacteria. However, the barrier can become compromised by

  • aggressive exfoliation
  • harsh products
  • or even washing your face too often.

Ultra Repair BarriAIR Cream helps to fortify the skin barrier and maintain its healthy state. While adaptive hydration technology aids in stimulating the skin’s ability to replenish its internal moisture reserves.

Furthermore, colloidal oatmeal and antioxidant-rich vitamin E help calm, soothe, and condition skin. As a result, you achieve an all over healthy, glowing complexion.

  • Non comedogenic
  • Fragrance-free
  • Safe for sensitive skin
  • Vegan
  • Cruelty free

Find the Ultra Repair BarriAIR Cream and other products for $30 on First Aid Beauty’s website. Additionally, you can also purchase it from Take care of the skin you’re in.

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