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Try: IS Clinical Body Complex, a super hydrating body cream with hyaluronic acid, aloe, and glycerin that exfoliates thanks to skin-softening retinol.
These serious ingredients are buffered by a roundup of soothing ones, like zinc oxide (a skin protectant typically used in diaper-rash creams), hyaluronic acid (so your skin won’t dry out), as well as vitamin E, ceramides, and aloe.
It's made with five natural oils including avocado, aloe, coconut, castor, and sunflower.
Tall tree aloes (Aloe bainesii) accentuate the prehistoric touch.
The body moisturizer is packed with safflower oil, aloe and essential fatty acids, and left our upper arms moisturized for hours without any sticky feeling.
For super silky skin, massage it all over nightly then slip on a pair of aloe and vitamin E infused socks to really hydrate.
Prompt application of an ice-pack and a baking soda poultice, as well as meat tenderizer, calamine lotion, aloe or any other favorite sting treating remedies can help reduce pain and swelling.
The hydrating-but-not-heavy jar contains cocoa butter and shea butter, as well as soothing aloe.
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First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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