I don’t know about you but I am a big fan of the NHS. For the most part they are amazing and I have been treated fantastically during my lifetime by them. This is why I am supporting wholeheartedly this new little product – a simple idea with a simple goal – all proceeds go to the NHS trust which developed it.
My trusty little sunflower cream was developed by Salisbury District Hospital to help burns and plastic surgery patients. It contains 5% sunflower oil which helps to replace essential fatty acids and improve the texture of the skin.
I’ve been using this cream for a week now both on myself and Bean whose face has become quite dry this winter. I like that it is paraben free and not tested on animals. I have been using the unscented version as Bean hates the smell of lavender and while I would prefer the lavender scent myself this one is fine and gets no complaints from Bean. It has worked lovely on her skin and soaks in nicely and leaves her skin feeling soft and moisturised. I have also used it myself both as a hand cream and on my face. It Is great as a daytime cream and for providing a quick bit of moisture that quickly soaks in. It could definitely be a handbag staple for me.
You can buy this cream online here. A 100ml tube is £6.99 with all profits going back into the NHS. What a great reason to buy this cream.
Disclosure – I was gifted a tube of the unscented cream to try for the purposes of this review. All opinions are honest and my own.