Say ‘allo Aloe’ to holiday healing


As we start to shed our winter woollies and dive into the summer season, holiday makers across the UK are busy making lists of what to shop for, what to remember and what to pack for that long awaited hot holiday overseas.

Holiday stress

From sunhat and shades to bikinis and Birkenstocks, the list often begins to feel like it's multiplying rather than minimalising. But the list isn’t always the greatest worry. Once all the products and clothes have been purchased it suddenly dawns on people that the airline they are flying with has a cabin baggage weight restriction.  And these vary considerably between airlines with some only allowing a maximum of six kilograms (which is equivalent to the weight of two average newborn babies).

So how can you declutter the contents of your suitcase? Eternal Skincare has a ‘one-stop-shop, holiday in a pot’ solution called Aloe Super Hydrating Moisturiser to get you relaxed and in holiday mode.

This miracle pot of pleasure helps lighten the load for holidaymakers as it replaces several everyday skin essentials without compromise. Aloe Super Hydrating Moisturiser is a multi-purpose cream that can be used in place of several usual skincare items including:


Eternal Aloe Super Hydrating Moisturiser

On the run up to a holiday people spend weeks and months getting rid of ‘lizard legs and lips’ to look silky smooth all over for their trip.  Aloe Super Hydrating Moisturiser has a luxurious feel and can help prepare and maintain healthy looking skin due to its rich hydrating properties. This botanically based moisturiser stems from the Aloe Vera plant and is suitable for all skin types, including those with dry or sensitive skins.

In fact, as it’s fragrance free, contains no hidden nasties, like parabens but has a high level of natural Aloe leaf juice, the product is so gentle it is suitable for babies - and big kids and Dads alike.

After sun

Aloe Vera is an extraordinary plant which contains more than 70 active components in its make-up. Often referred to as the ‘first aid plant’ it’s no wonder why Aloe Vera can help soothe sore and damaged skin. The fatty acids it contains have antiseptic qualities and the naturally found hormones are known to aid wound healing as well as help promote healthy skin renewal. So slather it on after  topping up that tan.

Calamine lotion, hydrocortisone cream and antihistamines

There are many reasons people pack half their medicine cupboards for their getaways, however, Aloe Vera’s natural anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and analgesic properties mean it can be used for common complaints while overseas including:

Prickly heat is common, but usually harmless, that typically occurs on holiday, particularly among children. Prickly heat is when sweat from excessive perspiration gets trapped beneath the skin causing an irritating rash. Usually the condition doesn’t need any medical intervention but while waiting for the rash to calm, putting Aloe Super Hydrating Moisturiser onto the affected areas can help soothe and limit the urge to scratch it.

Insect bites and stings are things that sometimes can’t be avoided. Fortunately, like prickly heat, Aloe can quickly relieve the uncomfortable itch.

Blisters are often inevitable with the combination of new shoes bought for a holiday and an unplanned excursion to explore the sunny surroundings. Once again, say ‘allo to Aloe’ for quick, antiseptic relief on blisters.

Our final top tip for use is to pop it into the fridge. It doesn’t need storing in a cool place but to truly turn down the heat the added coolness will be a welcome relief for any areas that need soothing.

If you’re ready to clear the clutter in your suitcase for Aloe Super Hydrating Moisturiser click here.

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