I've been suffering with my skin for years now since becoming pregnant and nothing I've used has helped so thought I would try a sample pot of the rescue balm to see if it makes any difference before I purchased a full size product. At that moment I have no idea what's wrong with my skin except I have psoriasis and rosacea and spots so didn't know if it would work and currently it hasn't but I do know it states that it might take a while to see a difference and they may not be enough product in the sample. I don't think I would buy a full size as I haven't noticed even a little difference currently in my skin.
As many have already said the trial size mini's are a great way to try out a product before you buy a larger size? I think more companies should do this, it would save people money.
Wish more companies would do trial sizes it would have saved me so much money. Delivery was really quick. The balm goes a long way and causes no irritation on my sensitive skin. The area of concern I’m using it on is actually clearing up quite nicely.
Just finished trial size of Rescue Balm. I’ve read wonderful reviews of amazing transformations that people have had (as per your on line reviews) after only a few days of use. I would have liked to have experienced the same but alas no change what so ever.
If there had been the tiniest of improvement I would have been encouraged to continue with the purchase of a larger size sadly that’s not to be. So my search goes on I’m afraid as looking for more promises of a product that will help elevate my skin problem.
Hi Mary, thank you for the review! They are always appreciated. As the piece of literature that accompanies all first orders of Rescue Balm or Rescue Cream says, the trial sizes are not enough to improve your skin by itself. They are simply there to ensure that customers with sensitive skin can make sure they are not allergic or sensitive to any of our amazing ingredients.
Healing takes time with healthy, young skin taking a month to fully regenerate. Sadly, this gets longer as you get older and as your skin gets damaged. The customers who have noticed improvement within days are actually a small minority, with most taking weeks, even months to get on top of their skin condition. Managing sensitive skin conditions is definitely a marathon, not a sprint! I recommend giving it another go and reading the article Susie wrote. It's full of advice from us personally dealing with eczema and has helped many people with theirs'. Just remember that healing takes time and a lot of perseverance.