Thursday, February 19, 2015

Athos Miracle Cream Review.

Disclosure: I received this item an exchange for my honest unbiased review

I have the opportunity to try out this product the last few weeks. I was excited to give it a try since its winter here and I have some very dry skin. First of all the presentation of the box was amazing there was also a sachet of sage which I put on my night stand for the scent itself. This would make a great gift!!!

Anyway as I said we are in the dead of winter and the air is so cold. My skin is getting ashy and cracking due to the elements its been exposed too. I tried out this chemically free and handmade cream on my hands and elbows. This cream is easy to apply and it only takes a very little to get the job done. I can already notice the cracks are going away and my hands are looking much healthier.

This is a great cream and anyone who needs a great moisturizer and is like me and avoid the chemicals this is the one!!!

Product description:

Carefully made by hand using 100% Authentic Mediterranean Ingredients, Athos Miracle Cream is a precious skin care product that promotes the natural process of hydration, repair, and protection of irritated and sensitive skin.

The unique formula of Athos Miracle cream has been originally created by the Monks of Mount Athos, in the northern part of Greece (Europe). Based on their vast knowledge of natural remedies and the contribution of individual plants to healthy skin, our forbears have created a pure treasure for the skin using nature's wisdom as a guide and source of inspiration. 

Today, being respectful of the rich history and eco-system of the region, we are using the same fresh ingredients our ancestors did, following their original instructions. Each ingredient is methodically introduced following a particular sequence, at a specific temperature, in order to safeguard its full potency. Every jar is hand-blended and hand filled. Due to this exacting preparation process, production is made in small batches.

Suitable for: Dry hands, feet, elbows, knees, cuticles, cracked and chapped skin, wounds, insect bites, scars, minor burns and sunburns, skin blisters, depilated and waxed skin, tattoo aftercare, relief from neurodermitis, pedicure massage. 

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