Soothe irritation, red blotches, bumping, and inflamed acne.
Crisis MGMT takes a two-pronged approach: calm skin flare-ups right away while building long-term resilience.
Stop aggravations with a complex of 12 powerhouse anti-inflammatories. This anti-redness plant blend works to change inflammatory signaling, improve vascular reactivity and treat acute + chronic inflammation.
Long-term, this treatment cream recalibrates skin health. Beta carotene banks from Calendula and carrot seed oil, provide safer, non-irritating pro-vitamin A that offers antioxidant activity against environmental damage.
Waterless and filler-free, every drop of this product works to restore order to your skin. Its base is made of cooling organic aloe juice, microbiome-balancing coconut caprylic and foraha oil.
This oil builds barrier + has antiseptic properties against P. Acnes. A bonus for angry breakouts.
Used to treat acne, eczema and psoriasis, palmerosa is both anti-septic and anti-inflammatory, helping to calm while clearing skin of breakouts and prone-to-infection rashing. It contains geraniol that helps improve vascular reactivity.
A rich emollient that heals deeply while combatting stubbornly dry skin. It also has been found to have high antimicrobial activity against P. acnes bacteria. This, along with Foraha’s anti-inflammatory properties makes it an excellent treatment for inflamed acne.
A shrub extract with potent phenolic compounds that stimulate our skin’s antioxidant defenses. Myrtle helps detoxifies skin cells, working to neutralize chemically-induced free radicals and reinforcing basic skin functions.
Rich in beta carotene, calendula works as an antioxidant against free radical damage. It is also a well-known anti-inflammatory that soothes, guards against weather irritation and treats inflamed breakouts.
A delicious-smelling oil that has been found to change inflammatory signalling.
Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice*, Helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil*, cetearyl alcohol, leuconostoc/Radish root ferment filtrate, cetearyl glucoside, glycerin*, Myrtus communis leaf extract*, caprylic/capric triglyceride, Butyrospermum parkii (shea) nut butter*, cetyl palmitate, Borago officinalis (borage) seed extract, Avena sativa (oat) bran extract, Calophyllum inophyllum (foraha) fruit/seed oil*, Cymbopogon martinii (palmarosa) leaf oil, Calendula officinalis (calendula) flower extract*, Citrus aurantium amara (neroli) flower oil*, diglycerin, Pinus pinaster bark/bud extract, Daucus carota (carrot) seed oil, Rosa damascena (rose) flower oil*, Santalum spicatum (sandalwood) wood oil, Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract*, xanthan gum, p- anisic acid
Apply onto skin that has been cleansed, toned (+ serumed). Use day + night. Super depleted skin can follow with Holistic Vanity’s Camellia Rehab Oil or Barrier Balm for extra shielding.
I’ve been looking for a face cream that is thick and moisturizing but good for acne-prone skin. I love it so much! I have oily skin and it doesn’t make my face look greasy. I can see and feel a difference in the texture of my skin.
It’s thick and u only need a little bit of it. Non greasy. Very moisturizing Gives my skin a glow and I love it. Calms the skin down after a mask or acid use.
I got a free sample to try it and i absolutely love it. It’s thicker cream but it disappears into your skin in seconds! I will defiantly be purchasing this. Non greasy very nourishing
Soothing nourishing cream
Hoping it will calm my breakouts in the t zone due to wearing masks
Not heavy or greasy
Switching from the Holistic lotion to this cream for the winter when it becomes available
I have type 1 rosacea and find I now have less flushing since using the redness relief line for 2 weeks. I'm not sure yet which product to credit the most.
I apply this Crisis MGMT Cream at night and wake up the next morning with skin like silk. One criticism: When I first opened it, I was almost knocked over by the strong floral scent (sandalwood, calendula). I thought I wasn't going to be able to use it. But the scent dissipated and now it's subtler and doesn't bother me.