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First Aid Beauty to Debut on QVC®

I've written a review for First Aid Beauty before, raving about how well it worked with my eczema. I recently tried the Ultra Repair Cream, and loved it. I felt an immediate difference in my skin versus when I use a regular, drugstore brand lotion. The moisturizing effects lasted all day and my skin didn't feel dry at night. It goes on pretty thick (thicker than Aveeno) but that's how I like my lotion to feel.

First Aid Beauty is pricier than drugstore brands, but is worth an investment if you are battling dry skin. Even a monthly dose of it could probably help get your skin through on track through the winter.

First Aid Beauty has announced that they are scheduled to debut on QVC Monday, February 22. FAB’s hero product, Ultra Repair Cream ($39.00/12oz), is scheduled to appear on QVC at 10am EST, with FAB Founder & CEO Lilli Gordon appearing on-air.

In addition to QVC and, First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream will be available through Sephora and, as well as on the brand’s website,

First Aid Beauty at Sephora

There’s a new kid in town…and by town we mean, Sephora. First Aid Beauty hits the shelves of over 100 Sephora stores today. Finally, there is a prestigious answer to skin’s pesky problems!

First Aid Beauty is a premium collection of skincare that caters specifically to sensitive skin and universal beauty challenges. The line offers both daily skincare basics and intense therapy and emergency care for common skin problems and beauty challenges.

For its initial rescue mission, FAB will launch at Sephora with six unique skin treatments that go effortlessly from medicine cabinet to makeup bag. They include:

· Ultra Repair Cream ($28) – a deeply penetrating over-the-counter treatment with ceramides, colloidal oatmeal, shea butter and eucalyptus oil to provide immediate relief for raw, scaly skin due to eczema, aggressive cosmetic treatments, harsh winter weather and other conditions

· Anti-Redness Serum ($34)– a soothing treatment that calms flare-ups and reduces redness with a unique blend of anti-inflammatory ingredients and caffeine

· Detox Eye Roller ($24) – an all-purpose treatment that diminishes fine lines, dark circles and under-eye puffiness with a caffeine and peptide-infused formula delivered in a unique roller-ball applicator

· Healing Stick ($14) – a unique variant on the usual cream, a multi-use 1% hydrocortisone stick for skin reactions, chapping and bug bites

· Blemish Eraser ($16) – a convenient tube that provides on-the-spot treatment with 3.5% benzoyl peroxide blended with anti-inflammatory and soothing extracts

· Face Cleanser ($18) – a starting point for healthy skin, this calming, all-purpose wash is infused with therapeutic botanicals to preserve the natural oils that protect the skin and maintain a balanced pH

First Aid Beauty is available at Sephora stores as well as

I received a sample of the Healing Stick to try and was very impressed with the results. I suffer from eczema and most lotions don't help, but the Healing Stick worked wonders with spot treatment. My dry patches instantly faded from red and were less dry and irritated. It's great to keep in my purse for emergencies and it's airport friendly.