Chuda Healing Hydrating Cream

March 14, 2016 | Beauty | 27 Comments »


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Chuda Healing Hydrating Cream

Chuda Healing Hydrating Cream

I don’t have perfect skin. I do occasionally break out, but mostly I suffer from a lot of redness. Not to mention humongous pores. But the redness is what bothers me the most. I have super sensitive skin that gets red and irritated over any little thing.

I’ve tried many products that claim to calm redness, but none of them have worked for me. Some even irritated my skin more! When I was given the opportunity to try Chuda Healing Hydrating Cream I was pretty eager to try it. It claims to deliver deep hydration to skin, rapidly heal dry, damaged, compromised skin, and is ideal for all skin types, including the most sensitive. It just sounded like my kind of cream. Especially after that whole over-exfoliation ordeal that I’m STILL healing from.

I saw a few before and after shots on the company website and was a little skeptical. They claim to have been taken just an hour apart. So the first thing I did was take my own before photo prior to my first application. Then an hour later I took another photo and opened them up and compared. You can see my before and after below.

Chuda Before After

Before/After

My darling husband claims I don’t have fine lines or wrinkles. He’s far too nice. I look at my face in my magnifying mirror DAILY. I know what I have going on. I definitely see some signs of aging and I didn’t really notice a change in that after the one hour mark. However, I have noticed some changes. The redness has gone down quite a bit! Even the blemishes have calmed down. I even noticed that my skin looks smoother specifically my cheeks.

I’ve been applying this cream twice a day for the past 2 weeks. Here are my thoughts so far.

  • There’s no scent.
  • Texture wise it’s very, very thick. Probably one of the thickest creams I’ve ever used. Because of this I feel like I have to use just a little more than I would my moisturizer because it doesn’t spread as easily.
  • It leaves my skin feeling a little tacky, but after a few hours my skin feels incredibly smooth!
  • I’ve worn it under my makeup without any issues. My foundation still applied evenly and stayed put. It did leave me looking a little shiny during the warmer days though.
  • I haven’t really noticed any changes in fine lines.
  • I’m truly amazed with how it calms down my redness and blemishes. I don’t know if it would have the same effect on say cystic acne, but it seems to work wonders on minor blemishes.
  • I did a little experiment to see just how much of a healing cream this is and applied it to a huge blister I got after my 25k walk last week. I know. Gross. My poor foot was left swollen and sore. I could barely walk. The blister did shrink overnight and by morning I was able to walk again. The redness and irritation was completely gone. It was still a little tender, but considering the size and severity of the blister I was lucky to even be able to walk again so soon. The fact that I could walk normally the following day was pretty darn awesome! I’m usually left limping for a day or 2 at least!

Overall I’d have to say this cream is pretty impressive. I don’t know if I’d use the term miracle cream, but it has done some pretty great things. While it didn’t eliminate my redness, it did calm it down quite a bit along with some of the minor blemishes. It also left my skin feeling smoother and more hydrated. It no longer feels dry and itchy. While I can’t say that it does anything for fine lines, I can definitely tell you that it is an amazing healing cream. The price tag is pretty hefty though. It costs $150.00 for 1.7 oz and includes a free tote bag with your first purchase.

Please pay no mind to my natural brows. This is my right brow AKA my ugly brow. Thanks to the many years of over plucking.

*I received these products complimentary. I was not paid or compensated in any way to write this review. All opinions are completely my own.
27 Comments on “Chuda Healing Hydrating Cream” »
  1. I don’t suffer from redness, but I know about the struggle when nothing seems to help calm it down, as a close friend suffers. I will tell her about your discovery, I don’t think she will mind the price tag as she has tried pretty much everything else so far without success.
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  2. OH wow, that’s quite the differences it made to your redness and even helped to shrink your blisters! Lucky for me I don’t suffer from redness but I can imagine how much you appreciates this for your skin!
    Shireen L. Platt recently posted…UNDER MY RADAR: The Good, The Bad and The UglyMy Profile

  3. Yes! You can definitely see the difference in redness .. so nice that the product worked for you. Sure, expensive .. but if it works .. buy it :-)

    Monica.
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  4. I can so tell the difference even on the texture of your skin. Anything related to skin takes awhile to ‘work’ so keep using it, it might eliminate th redness down the road ;)

    • Yes exactly! I’m still applying it nightly. By morning my skin is so even and smooth! Wouldn’t it be something if it did eliminate it? Hmm… :)

  5. I can totally see the redness disappearing one hour later! That’s pretty impressive. And your husband is right.. you don’t have any lines (or pores for that matter!) x
    Becca | theBeautyInbox
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  6. Having oily skin, I really can’t imaging the feeling of having dry, itchy skin!
    I can definitely see in your before and after pictures how this cream calmed your redness.
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    • Come Summer my skin tends to get really oily. But during the Winter it gets so dry that it itches. Lucky me I get the best of both worlds lol. Thankfully this cream has helped relieve a lot of that.

  7. I have really oily skin so my concern is different then yours but I can see how its brought down the redness on your face .Pretty amazing :)
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  8. It really has calmed the redness to a great level.
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  9. i am glad to hear you liked it, even if it didn’t get rid of the redness.
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  10. Wow! Your blister story already has me quite impressed with this cream. I definitely see a difference in your redness from those photos as well. I will have to bookmark this, as I’m sure I have friends who would benefit from this.
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  11. I suffer from bad redness myself so this would do wonders for me! Thanks for sharing this!
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  12. Pshaw, you DON’T have any fine lines or wrinkles. =P That is an amazing cream to have done that to your blister, though! Now I gotta ask… you ever try udder balm?

  13. Hi,
    I don’t usually get acne or blemishes on my face, but my face is very oily. Do you think this hydrating cream would do me any good? I really wanna try it. Thanks for sharing!


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