FAQs - Hope's Relief Cream
Q - What does Hope’s Relief Cream Do?
A – Hope’s Relief Cream is a three in one treatment. It helps heals sensitive skin, relieves and reduces itchy irritated skin and penetrates deep to moisturise the skin for a soft smooth healthy feel. It is ideal for dry Itchy skin, and people prone to eczema, psoriasis, and dermatitis.
Q - What makes Hope's Relief Cream different from other skincare products?
A - Hope's Relief is a 3 in 1 cream. 99.99% of the skincare products sold for itchy dry skin are purely single action moisturisers and do not heal the skin, reduce inflammation or itchiness. Some also contain known synthetic skin irritants
Hope's Relief Therapeutic Cream is a 3 in 1 Therapeutic Cream based on very high quality natural ingredients. It does not contain known irritants such as SLS, parabens, artificial colours or perfumes. It also achieves more to give the user relief and healthy skin.
Hope's Relief is a 3 in 1 Treatment cream
Moisturises – penetrates deep to soften dry skin.
Heals - repairs dry skin.
Itch relief - calms and soothes
Hope's Relief Cream is completely natural and is safe for long term use unlike many steroid based creams which can have harsh side effects.
Q - Who is Hope's Relief Cream For?
A - Hope's Relief Cream is gentle enough yet strong enough for all age groups. Babies, Infants, Children and Adults. It is ideal for anyone prone to eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis and itchy dry skin.
Q - What are the main ingredients in Hope's Relief cream?
A - Hope's has 5 Active- Natural ingredients - Calendula, Licorice Root, Gotu Kola; Aloe vera; Hospital Grade NPA 10+ Manuka honey
Q - Can I use Hope’s Relief Cream on small babies and Infants?
A - Yes. Hope's Relief Cream can be used safely on all ages. In smaller children however you will only need to use smaller amounts as Hope's Relief Cream is quite concentrated.
Q - Is Hope's Relief Cream safe for pregnant women?
A - Yes, and it is can be used by all ages for extended periods of time.
Q - Can I use Hope's Relief Cream on sensitive areas of the body such as the eyes or genital area?
A - Hope's Relief Cream is very safe and can be used sensibly on sensitive areas. Simply apply a little less cream and ensure as little as possible of the cream enters the body opening.
Q - How often should I apply the cream?
A - 3-4 times a day or as necessary
Q - How long will it take to work?
A - It depends on the individual. Some may notice virtually instant relief from the itch others may take a little longer. It depends on severity, how long you have had the problem and what you have been using before.
Q - Will Hope's sting:
A - In some severe cases where the skin is badly scratched or open, stinging may be experienced on application. This is expected when the skin is cracked and exposed. However no one has ever reported stinging to last longer than that. After about 2 or 3 days, the stinging should cease completely, as the skin heals over.
Q: - I have been using cortisone cream is this a problem?
A: - Be aware it could cause a flare-up if stopped abruptly – the reason being that cortisone suppresses the condition, drives it deeper into system, so when its stopped, it may come back worse than before even though Hope's Relief is starting to be applied. It is best to perserve knowing that Hope's Relief will settle it down and start to heal. In very severe cases Hope's Relief can be applied at the same time and then the cortisone can slowly be withdrawn.
Whilst Hope's Relief cream is an excellent skin moisturiser, when it comes to lesions of eczema or psoriasis, it may make them dry and flaky. If you notice this, then continue applying Hope's Relief cream 3 to 4 times per day, as directed on the label. The "bad" skin has to come off somehow, so it will continue flaking until clear skin is revealed, this process may take from few days to a few weeks, depending on the severity of your condition. If your eczema or psoriases was very severe, it is possible that the new skin may be slightly pink at first. This should fade over time as Hope's is excellent in treating scarring.
Always read the product directions before use. The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only and should not be regarded as a substitute for professional medical advice. Please consult your pharmacist of doctor if you have any queries about the suitability of the products.