Here’s How Gladskin’s Outsmarting Eczema using Science over Stronger Ingredients!

It’s not every day that you get a chance to connect with the President of Gladskin USA, whose passion for this product exudes through the screen. 

But that’s exactly what happened two weeks ago when I had the pleasure of speaking with Skyler Stein. Not only is his background extremely impressive (M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and a B.A. from Duke University), it was his diagnosis with Lyme disease that stood out to me the most. After explaining how he took a two-year medical leave, it was then that I realized he was someone who “gets it.”

Before I get into the product review, I want to emphasize the importance of speaking to founders, presidents, creators, and so on of any product. It’s this small gesture that truly makes a company stand out from the rest. So a huge thank you to Skyler, Natacha, and the Gladskin Team.

Understanding the frustrations that most people with eczema go through every day, and the endless efforts they put forth to find a safe and effective treatment, we’re excited to finally bring our patented endolysin science to the 30 million Americans suffering from eczema,” says Skyler Stein, president of Gladskin USA.

Now, let’s talk about how Gladskin’s outsmarting eczema using science. 

Have you ever heard of endolysin?

Unless you’re a scientist, the answer is probably no. 

Endolysin is a patented protein Micreobalance that is the key element in their eczema cream. Gladskin is all about bacteria balance. By using endolysin they are able to target the bad bacteria on the skin, which can lead to staph infections all while leaving the good bacteria alone. The endolysin helps restore the skin’s microbiome and relives the skin.

Gladskin was started by Martin Loessner, M.D., a professor at the ETH Zurich University in Switzerland. After digging deeper he discovered endolysin proteins, were crucial to symptom relief. With this knowledge, he incorporated it into an eczema cream.

Gladskin is going to help restore the skin barrier with moisturization, it’s going to help rebalance the microbiome, and it’s not going to cause damage because it’s preservative-free. This is not something I can say about any other product on the market,” says Dr. Lio.

Here are some of best features about this eczema cream:

  • Cleanly formulated
  • Free of – fragrance, alcohol, steroids, preservatives, parabens, and sulfates
  • Safe for anyone include babies at 3 months+
  • Can be applied to any area in the body
  • Hypo-allergenic
  • Clinically tested
  • Dermatologist recommended 
  • Safe and effective

My Personal Review:

After receiving this package (which arrived very quickly), I was thrilled to try this product after all the positive reviews. The very first thing I noticed was a stylish pamphlet that’s included. Inside it explains how it works, when to use it, what to expect, how to store it, and gives a brief history of Gladskin. 

The next thing I noticed is their bottle design which is leak-proof. I CANNOT STRESS THE IMPORTANCE OF HAVING A LEAK-PROOF DESIGN. As a customer, this determines whether I’ll purchase the product again. My skin is messy enough, the last thing I want is a messy cream too! So far they get an A+ on this feature. 

After pumping the bottle a few times, two thin layers of white cream lay across my hand in a solid line. I loved how the cream didn’t leave a filmy residue and wasn’t too liquidy or clumpy. It felt very soothing. The best part is the cream doesn’t have a “medical” scent leftover.

I applied this cream twice a day for a week, once in the morning and once at night. So far my hands have felt incredible. They’re still a bit cracked due to excessively washing them (Hello coronavirus), but are now properly moisturized.

Overall, I highly recommend this product if you’re in the market for a smoothing cream to treat your stubborn eczema.

You can learn more about this product here: *They generously offer a 60-day money-back policy, if you’re not satisfied. 

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