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Why the Dream Balm Is Great for Dry and Sensitive Skin

21 Oct 2021

It’s safe to say cleansing is one of the most important steps in a skincare routine; it’s how we clean the dirt, excess sebum, and other gunk that inherently builds up throughout the day, not to mention makeup, SPF, and pollution. Those with dry and sensitive complexions may wonder how to balance a complete clean with a non-irritated result—and that’s where the brand new Superberry Dream Cleansing Balm comes into play. 

“Dream Balm is great for dry and sensitive skin because it’s detergent- and sulfate-free, and because it’s very conditioning which a lot of people find comforting,” explains Senior Regional Sales + Education Executive, Jacob Tomas dél Rosario. “It’s made with the dream oil blend of moringa, sunflower, and jojoba which work to break down makeup, debris, and physical SPF, while simultaneously conditioning the skin and introducing ingredients that are rich in omegas and vitamin E which are super nourishing and reparative.” 

And that’s not all: the formula also includes YTTP’s signature Superberry blend of goji, maqui, and acai, which fight against cell-damaging free radicals while reducing redness caused by oxidative stress. As if that wasn’t enough, it contains oil-soluble hyaluronic acid that helps penetrate all three layers of the skin with hydration and nutrients, as well as prickly pear cactus—a mighty hydration booster that also packs a major punch in the soothing department. 

Apart from the ultra-moisturizing ingredients, the rich and satisfyingly buttery consistency makes the Dream Balm a great go-to cleanser for folks with dry and sensitive skin because it’s instantly comforting and really helps to soften the skin. 

All this to say: The new Superberry Dream Cleansing Balm is like a weighted blanket for your skin. It’s heavy-duty, deeply comforting, and calms upon contact. If you struggle with dry and sensitive skin, definitely add this skincare savior to your arsenal ahead of the cold-weather months. 

Written by Kaleigh Fasanella for Youth To The People

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