Ask Dr. Beckman: What is the Difference in Extreme Dry Skin Therapy and Body Restoration Creme?

Ask Dr. Beckman: What is the Difference in Extreme Dry Skin Therapy and Body Restoration Creme?

December 9, 2019 by

I have dry skin, especially during the harsh winter months. I am not sure if I should use the Body Restoration Crème or the Extreme Dry Skin Therapy. What do you suggest?\n“Excellent question and one I often get. When I think of Extreme Dry Skin Therapy, I think of a targeted treatment for very dry, unhealthy skin. Extreme Dry Skin Therapy contains 20% superfine lanolin, which is the highest-grade lanolin available, so it is very healing. This crème is perfect for those times you may be experiencing deep cracks or possibly even bleeding. The most common places for this to occur would be the heels or hands. You can reduce healing time by applying a liberal amount to feet and/or hands and cover with socks or gloves before bed. In less than a week’s time, you should notice a significant difference.”\n“Theraderm’s Body Restoration Crème, on the other hand, is a renewal crème that should be used daily and all over. This crème is formulated with 7% lactic acid and 6% superfine lanolin. The lactic acid enhances the body’s natural exfoliation process, leaving skin soft and smooth. The lanolin, which is the same lanolin that is in Extreme Dry Skin Therapy, replaces the natural moisture barrier, reducing the need to re-apply throughout the day. The results will be enhanced if applied immediately following patting dry after showering.”\n“I hope this helps you determine which crème you need to use. Both are very excellent and were created to work WITH the body’s natural ability to heal itself.”

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