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mistyada

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I have been using Hannah's anti-inflammatory cream for a few weeks now.   I had gotten a bad sunburn when my sunscreen failed me in the snow.  I went to the derm today and she said my skin looked great.  I hardly had any redness. I told her about the burn etc. She was really surprised.  Thanks Hannah for a wonderful product.
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I am a very frequent user of the anti-inflammatory cream (allergy genes) and I still get surprised by how effective it is. It is also a bit ugly, but I can take it.

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Is the anti-inflammatory the same as the pain relief jar I bought a few months ago? Is this the one the massage lady was using/testing?

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no they are different...

the anti-inflammatory is actually excellent on sensitive skin and breakouts..i was meaning to write in to hannah abt this, but i forgot..
although it has not marketed to help acne, i believe it helps certain inflammatory types of acne. it has helped mine at least. initially i was reluctant to try this on my face, cos i had been using the capillary cream with good results and didn't want to 'mess up' my regime. but i now alternate between the two, and i cant say which one i prefer cos both are great!

the capillary is much more cosmetically elegant though. the anti-inflammatory is ugly, as hannah says. but just use it at night and u'll be fine!
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I love this "ugly" cream, too! Ugly cream, pretty skin, I'll take it.
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hi nolight,

may i know what skin condition u have been using the anti-inflammatory cream for? thanks

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Today is my first day using the cream, but I already love it!  I think of it as having the color of cocoa.  I do admit I was surprised at the color when I first opened the jar.  It is so soothing, so moisturizing but not greasy, and felt especially nice today after my first IPL treatment.  I layered it on top of the Rosacea Control Serum.

Thank you to Hannah et al for the wonderful products!

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Cathy, you don't sound crabby at all! Thank you for your nice comments, and hope you will heal well.

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Mine , ( inflammatory cream ) would probably be good if it didn't hurt to put on, ( very gritty ), does anyone else notice this?


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My cream has a little grit but that is because is is loaded with actives.  When I started using the cream, I could feel the grit because my skin was irritated.  I have using it about 4 months now and I really don't notice the grit anymore because my skin is healing.  The difference is amazing.
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