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  • Salcura Bioskin Junior Daily Nourishing Spray

Salcura Bioskin Junior Daily Nourishing Spray

Quick Overview

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  • Protect and soothe eczema-prone or dry skin in children and babies over 3 months
  • Steroid free and 92% natural, with nourishing ingredients
  • Gentle enough to be used on delicate areas such as the face and for cradle cap
  • Formulated with calming Lavender and nourishing Sea Buckthorn for delicate skin
  • Easy to apply spray is absorbed quickly and no need to rub in

Availability: Out of stock


Availability: Out of stock

Soothe and nourish eczema-prone or dry skin

Are you looking for an alternative to thick, greasy emollients or harsh steroids for your child’s eczema or dry skin condition? Completely free from steroids and aggressive ingredients, this gentle soothing spray provides instant relief for itchy, dry skin in children and babies over 3 months.

92% natural ingredients and steroid-free

The scientifically proven formulation is a carefully chosen blend of nourishing ingredients. The difference with Bioskin Junior Daily Nourishing Spray is that it helps the skin to repair itself. The natural ingredients enrich and strengthen the skin barrier, rather than creating an artificial ‘film’ on the skin like many traditional creams do.

No need to worry about skin discolouration and thinning as the Bioskin Junior range is completely steroid free. The whole family can use it as often as required. These treatments are so gentle that you can use them on the face – perfect for cradle cap and facial dryness in young children and babies over 3 months old.

Easy and quick to apply

The spray formulation is ideal for ‘wriggly’ children, too. The treatment feels comfortable and refreshing on the skin and is not greasy or sticky – no need to rub in. (When applying to the face area, spray the liquid onto a cotton pad first and pat gently into the skin, avoiding the eyes).