Melbourne skincare brand The Base Collective body wash cures dryness and eczema caused by face masks
This $32 ‘miracle’ product promises to heal blemishes and dry skin in weeks — and it’s so popular it’s selling one every minute
- Aussies rave about an affordable product from a Melbourne skincare brand
- Many say The Base Collective’s $32 body wash has healed their dry skin
- The magnesium laced product is so popular that one is sold online every minute
- It soothes irritated complexions with natural ingredients such as avocado oil
Australians are raving about an affordable body wash from a Melbourne skincare brand, with many attributing it to healing blemishes and dryness caused by face masks.
Customers say The Base Collective’s $32 Magnesium and White Tea Body Wash has remedied a range of conditions, including mask-related acne, scaly patches, and eczema in a matter of weeks.
One man even claims that showering with the body wash for a year has cured his Morgellens disease, a rare condition caused by fibers collecting under the skin, resulting in an almost constant stinging and “creeping” sensation.
Packed with powerful natural ingredients, including aloe vera juice and almond and avocado oils, the fragrance-free product is so popular that one is being sold online every minute.
Australians rave about a $32 body wash from Melbourne skincare brand The Base Collective, many crediting it with curing ailments including acne, dry patches and eczema (Pictured: A customer’s arm before and after using the product)
Packed with powerful natural ingredients, including aloe vera juice and almond and avocado oils, the fragrance-free body wash (pictured) is so popular that one is being sold online every minute.
The co-founder of Base Collective, Cassie Sanghvi, used her background in pharmaceutical cosmetics to create a skincare line especially for sensitive skin types.
Each product, including the body wash, is pH balanced, meaning they are gentle enough even for those with eczema-prone skin, while still being effective at scrubbing away dirt, sweat, oil and traces of makeup.
‘We get a lot of anecdotal feedback from customers who see pleasant results with eczema and sensitive skin problems,’ Ms Sangvhi told Daily Mail Australia.
She added: “It’s not surprising from a formulation perspective, as we designed the wax specifically with sensitive skin in mind.”
All The Base Collective products are pH balanced, which means they are gentle enough even for those with eczema-prone skin, while still being effective at scrubbing away dirt, sweat, oil and traces of makeup. up
The body wash has received rave reviews on the brand’s website, with satisfied shoppers calling it “soothing” and the perfect antidote to persistent dryness.
“So soothing, my skin feels so soft and hasn’t had dry patches like normal,” one woman wrote.
A second added: ‘I use this everywhere, including the face, it’s so soft. Not drying and nicely moisturizing. Helped soothe my sensitive skin.’
“I’ve been using this for a few weeks now and my dry eczema skin has disappeared,” added a third. “I was skeptical, but it’s been so good. Glad it doesn’t smell either.’
One mother said the body wash “worked wonders” on her eight-year-old son’s itchy, irritated skin.
However, some said the texture of the product was too watery for their taste and they would not buy it again.