I’ve been trying out a couple of products from Linco Care over the last few weeks. I’d not heard of them before, but Linco Care are a British manufacturer specialising in sun care, hair removal and personal care products. They were established in 1979 and their head office and production facilities are located in Manchester, England. I always prefer to use a British company if one offers the right products for me.
Dry skin is a bit of an issue for me at the moment with my lips and hands taking a bit of a hit at the moment. I have been handcreaming and lip balming regularly, but still experiencing problems, in fact hand cream didn’t seem to help much at all. I’ve been using Safa Skin Therapy Oil to perform a bit of a breakthrough. It’s certainly made the difference. A little goes a long way as it is an oil rather than a cream, so be very sparing and careful about applying it. I’ve found that I don’t need to apply it more than a couple of times a day either which saves me time.
The Re-Gen Oil I have been using in two ways. I’ve used a little on some stubborn scald scars. They were both quite old, in fact I did one in the summer of 2014 as I remember it being difficult to take H swimming that summer while it was healing. They were both still slightly visible as marginally darker areas of skin. The older of the two has now completely gone and I only know where it was from memory. The other is now only really visible for me because I know what I am looking for and I don’t think I’ll be able to see it soon either. Before I tried the oil, the scars were fading, but very very slowly and I think the oil has speeded things up for me.
I’ve also been using the Re-Gen Oil as a night cream. I like to use an oil at night as it goes on very easily and has plenty of time to work whilst you sleep. Re-Gen oil contains lots of skin care goodies like Vitamins A and E plus calendula, lavender and rosemary oil. It’s very pleasant to use and has stopped my skin feeling dry or tight.