Beauty fan shares £15 Amazon beauty buy that makes the ‘redness’ from her eczema vanish in seconds | The Sun

A BEAUTY fan has revealed her hero product for calming the "redness" caused by her eczema.

The woman, called Klaudia, shared in a video on TikTok her £15 Amazon buy that soothes her face in seconds.

Captioning the post, the skincare whizz wrote: "I've had eczema all my life and this is genuinely the best product for redness."

Eczema is a common skin condition that causes skin to become itchy, dry, cracked and sore, according to the NHS.

Klaudia held up to the camera a pot of Dr Jart's Moisturizing Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30, that currently costs £15.30 from Amazon.

She then applied it to the area above her lips with her fingers, causing the redness to fade almost instantly.


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Klaudia said: "It really is that good."

She added that it goes on best if you "tap" it into the skin.

Her post has received more than 55,000 'likes, and over 400 messages.

One person wrote: "It’s green so it cancels out the red. Makes sense."

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TikTok users were impressed by the resultsCredit: TikTok/@klaudiasilakowska

Another commented: "I have it for redness, I love it so much."

A third shared: "One of my fave products."

And a fourth added: "This stuff is so great!"

A fifth person added that they had also found the La Roche-Posay Cicaplast Balm, which costs £15 from Cult Beauty, really helped their eczema too.

They wrote: "I don't know if I've tricked myself into thinking it’s helped, but I swear my eczema went down so much after I began using it."

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