Hypoallergenic, Non-Toxic Skincare That Actually Works? Yes, Please! + Giveaway!

Hypoallergenic, Non-Toxic Skincare That Works!  The Humbled Homemaker

When I first started making the switch to a more natural lifestyle, I knew that I would eventually have to change our skincare products.

Simply put, most conventional skincare products are full of toxins that I don’t want to put on my own skin–and much less on my children’s delicate skin!

When my youngest (now 21 months) was 4 months old, we discovered that she is sensitive to dairy. Whenever I would eat anything with dairy in it (and I LOVE cheese), she would break out in a little rash in her diaper area and on her stomach and chest.

Although she didn’t suffer with eczema, I have heard from many readers and real-life friends whose children have had similar skin reactions to foods. And sometimes it’s not as simple as just cutting out the offender. For some, it’s hard to even track down what is causing the skin irritation in the first place!

Enter Cheryl Lee, MD’s Sensitive Skincare line.

Cheryl Lee MD Boo Boo and Bum Balm

I’ve been happy to give Cheryl Lee’s TrueLipids a try over the past few weeks, and I’ve been impressed with the results.

Cheryl Lee MD had me at “non-toxic.”

Among a list too lengthy to include in this blog post, Cheryl Lee MD Skincare is free of common toxins like BHT & TBHQ, BPA, Dyes, Formaldehyde/Formaldehyde-Releasers, Fragrance/Masking Fragrances, Gluten, Peanut & Soy, Parabens, PEGs, Phthalates, Sulfates, Triclosan and much more. You can read the entire list of what Cheryl Lee MD products do NOT contain here

And this non-toxic skincare actually works!

Although I did not feel comfortable taking pictures of my baby’s diaper area, I did use Cheryl Lee MD’s TrueLipids Boo Boo and Bum Balm on her, and I was pleasantly surprised and even a bit shocked how her rash improved vastly with one application and had completely disappeared by two!

I also used the TrueLipids Hydrate, Correct and Perfect lotion on myself. I had an itchy rash on my leg one afternoon. The rash had improved greatly and was no longing itching two hours after I applied the lotion, and it was gone by the next day!

Cheryl Lee MD TrueLipids Lotion

I have also enjoyed using the TrueLipids Hydrate, Correct and Perfect lotion as an overall body lotion. I will often get cracks around my thumbnails, and the lotion was very soothing and healing to that area.

Cheryl Lee MD’s skincare line addresses everything from acne to fine lines. Many of their customers with eczema absolutely RAVE about the products!

Check out this video testimonial from some Cheryl Lee MD customers below:

Cheryl Lee MD is offering all of you 10% off and a free lip balm.  Simply click on one of the symptoms below and use discount code: Humbled10

Cheryl Lee MD is giving away $150 worth of TrueLipids! The winner can choose any 3 products they would like! Enter via the giveaway widget below. (If you are reading via email, you will have to click to the site to enter.)

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Cheryl Lee MD. All opinions are my own.

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Comments

  1. Taylor Crawford says

    My infant has awful allergies and hives result from them regularly. I will be buying some of these products

  2. Ariel says

    I’m confused – I thought petrolatum is something we should avoid (that’s the active ingredient). Am I wrong or?? I know vaseline works on lots of things, I had just heard I shouldn’t be using it, but I’d love to hear the truth. Any insight, anyone?

    • says

      From my understanding, it is a by-product of making gasoline (hence the word “petroletum”). I used to have a bottle of Aveno lotion that was old. I went to use it and my hands smelled like gasoline. I now avoid anything with petrolatum as much as possible.
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