Wednesday, January 2, 2013

GIVEAWAY and Review: Tri-Calm Cream (2 WINNERS!)




I get such dry skin in the winter that it just itches. I have even gotten a few dry, red spots that itch on parts of my body (which is new to me) and it relieved the itching immediately and provided moisture to the area to also help relieve the dryness. My kids both deal with winter eczema and at times it can be extremely itchy and bothersome, and Tri-Calm has been very helpful in offering them relief.

I anticipate we may use this if we have any burns, sun burns, or rashes (although, hopefully we don't) and I am sure we will use it once it warms up again here in MN and those pesky mosquitoes come back. I am anxious to see how well it does at relieving itchy bug bites. I am willing to bet it does a great job like it does with our dry winter skin itchies.

It is also helpful with relieving itching from nickel allergy, which I have. I am good about making sure I am not putting my skin in direct contact with something with nickel in it, but sometimes manufacturing standards are different in different countries about metal content. So, I know I can use this if I get a rash from that allergy.


About TriCalm
TriCalm offers powerful relief from itching, burning and stinging caused by rashes, hives, sunburn, allergic reactions, bug bites, poison ivy and other skin ailments. A steroid-free anti-itch gel, TriCalm works on contact to help alleviate discomfort associated with minor skin irritations.

Just the facts
• TriCalm’s formula contains COSMEDERM-7, a compound of strontium, a naturally occurring element found in leafy green vegetables.
• TriCalm is safe to use daily on kids and adults and is FDA-approved.
• TriCalm is non-numbing, and works on contact to provide rapid itch relief from bug bites, rashes,
sunburns, poison oak/ivy, and more. It may also help relief dry skin and eczema-related symptoms.
• TriCalm does not increase sensitivity to UV rays, so its safe to use while spending time in the sun.
• TriCalm retails for $9.49 for a 2-ounce tube.


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I received this product for free from the sponsor of
the Moms MeetSM program, May Media Group LLC, who received
it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms MeetSM blogger, I
agreed to use this product and post my opinion on my blog. My
opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of May Media
Group LLC or the manufacturer of the product.

33 comments:

April said...

Tri-Calm sounds like a great, year-round product. I have one child that has sensitive skin and he and I both have winter eczema that we deal with. And we all get bug bites in the summer so this could help relieve the itch from those!

Jennifer said...

My son has an extreme case of eczema that has landed us in the hospital with breathing issues, but we found that if we can stay ahead of it we can avoid those trips. This sounds like an awesome product to give a try to help him out.

rachael phillips said...

Sensitive Skin care for my family

k. said...

I'm thinking this might be great for my hubby's eczema.

Dana said...

My child with sensitive skin.

Cass Beck said...

My daughters both have eczema and it's worse this time of year. I have been hunting something over the counter that works. I would love to try this!

Jessica Bracho said...

I have been breaking out in rashes as of late, allergy related

Sara McManaway said...

Seems this winter, I'd be using it for everyone in the house....

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Miranda Gonzalez said...

We do alot of camping, so I am certain this will get used, whether it be for bug bites, sunburn or rashes.

Maria K said...

I would use this on my sons.

michelle gilliland mcafee said...

MY son has really dry skin and has some bad hot spots.

Ruth Reynolds said...

i need something like this for my skin...

Deb Christie said...

I would use Tri-Calm for occasional episodes of contact dermatitis, from detergents or whatever.

luckynordberg said...

winter means dry cracked hand and feet for me and my daughter. I'd use it!

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Darlene said...

My husband operates machinery at work and the coolant makes his skin supper sore and cracked, so he would use this.

Heather said...

I would try this on my son's psoriasis.

Tara Haidinger said...

My daughter and I both have eczema that I would like to try this on. I would probably also give it a try on our dog's hot spot.

bloomerbear said...

I have sensitive skin so this will really help if I use the wrong detergent or what not

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thank you

Rebecca said...

id use it on my son's eczema

Alison Zawinski said...

My psoriasis and definitely bug bites in the summer time.

Sunnie said...

My husband could use this
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Paula Myers said...

I would use it for dry hands!
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Kathleen M Smith said...

Bug bites and rashes and such

[Whatever U are, be a good one!] said...

I would use it for bug bites!
Thank You So Much for the chance

Fiona N

kmcgrew213 said...

my ecsema on my neck. it never heals because i always scratch the itching skin. maybe this will allow it to heal.

Kristie said...

I would love to use this on my arms. I have a little eczema. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

Heather! said...

I have a recurring rash that I'd love to give the TriCalm treatment!

Thanks!
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Gail wilson said...

my husband is a cook and is always burning himself.

Saver Sara said...

For my son - he is very sensitive

Jennifer Clay said...

My husband could use this, he gets burns all the time.

Debby said...

Hubby could definitely use this for his itchy ankles.

Diana said...

I would use for dry winter skin
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Gianna said...

For itchiness.