Bria Organics Review

If you have read my blog for a while then you should already know that I get pretty bad eczema on my skin and I am willing to try absolutely anything to clear it up or at least make it look slightly better. I used to use Dream Cream because it is the ultimate saviour for those who deal with irritating skin conditions however recently I have found some alternatives such as Elbow Grease and now, Bria Organic Skin Cream.

The Bria Organic Skin Cream is a vegan alternative to Elizabeth Arden’s Eight Hour Cream that soothes, repairs and moisturises dry and sore skin. The ingredients include: Borage Oil and Rosehip to replenish and repair the skin, Chickweed to help cool and soothe and Shea Butter to protect the skin. After using it for over a month now, I have fallen in love with the product! The product doesn’t contain any water so the cream is extremely concentrated and personally, I think that is why it works. It feels as though my skin is moisturised after applying and my eczema isn’t as bad as what it usually is during the colder months. Don’t get me wrong, I will always use Lush’s Dream Cream but this is a great alternative if Dream Cream, or any other eczema treatments, isn’t working for you.

Another reason why I love this product is because a little goes a long way! You don’t need a lot of the product for it work on the skin which I think is amazing. As previously stated, I have use it for a month and still have nearly half the jar left. Personally I think the scent is a lot nicer than Dream Cream as it reminds me of playing with Play-Doh in nursery. I like how the product is multi-functional although I haven’t tried it as a lip balm yet.

Have you tried Bria Organics yet? What’s your thoughts? Let me know in the comments!

The Bria Organics cream was sent to me to review however this does not effect my thoughts of the product and the brand themselves.