If you’ve been following me ever since I started, you’d know I have dry and sensitive skin and my kids unfortunately inherited it from me too. My youngest, most especially, have it worse than us. He has atopic dermatitis, also known as eczema. We’ve had our struggles with him, but that’s for another story time. Anyway, as somebody with sensitive skin, I’m always careful of what I put on my skin and what my skin touches. I make sure that my skin is always moisturized too!
On some unfortunate instances that I do get dry patches, rashes, or accidental scratches (because, motherhood!), I usually don’t know what to do other than to moisturize the area. Recently though, I discovered Thaumaturgic Bio Mist by Theralight. And boy did it surprise me! I’m a sucker for anything natural, non-invasive skin care products that would help me with our skin problems.
Thaumaturgic Bio Mist is a cosmeceutical=grade, pure and stable product designed to support the skin’s natural defenses against many skin conditions. Another thing I like about Bio Mist is that it’s formulated for all skin types, reducing skin concerns, which include sensitive, dry or increasingly oily pores.
What’s their secret ingredient? Thaumaturgic Bio Mist is made with an oxidized molecule called HOCL. Bio Mist is the most stable form ever made with pure ingredients of salt and water, electrolyzed in brute force to produce the natural healing capacities similar to those found in our body.
Ever since I got this, I’ve been waiting for an opportunity to use it on the boys. But they never showed any symptoms of their eczema at all! So I tried on myself when I got this rash from an insect bite and after getting my legs waxed. I’m not entirely sure what bit me or if I had just caused the inflammation myself (dry skin = random itchy skin!), but I sprayed the Thaumaturgic Bio Mist on the first day it showed redness for itch relief.
AFTER 24 HOURS:
AFTER 48 HOURS:
AFTER 3 DAYS:
I had my legs waxed yesterday and as expected, I had a few red spots/areas and soreness right after. Now, this is only my second waxing session after years of hiatus from leg waxing, so my skin is very, very sensitive and is still adjusting to the whole procedure again.
Soon as I got home, I sprayed Thaumaturgic Bio Mist on my legs.
The next day, my skin is feeling all better and no more redness! My skin feels healthy, supple (I haven’t applied any moisturizing lotion when this photo was taken).
I like that I feel confident to use this even though the lady was scaring me to not put any products on my legs because chemicals, etc. would irritate my skin. Well, Thaumaturgic Bio Mist is so natural and free from irritants such as parabens, fragrances, oils, alcohol, artificial colors, sodium sulfates and preservatives! Since it’s just electrolyzed salt and water, there really are no harmful chemicals and it’s hypo-allergenic and non-drying too!
Thaumaturgic Bio Mist offers a wide range of cosmetic uses:
• Sun burns
• Scraped knees
• Redness and inflammation due to waxing
• Sooths skin with new tattoos and after rough microdermabrasion treatments
• Redness due to rosacea
• Fine lines
• Scar reduction
• Reduce enlarged pores
• For skin hydration
• Candida albicans (yeast infections)
You can also use it as a facial toner for better penetration of serums and other skin care products. So much use in this bottle! I love how the Bio Mist was effective to soothe my skin concerns. My skin type is very sensitive, so I don’t just use any product out there in the market.
Maybe the Thaumaturgic Bio Mist will work for you too, as it did for me. If you’re concerned with any possible effects, you can always bring it the Bio Mist to your dermatologist before you use it. You can visit Theralight’s website here to order your bottle of Thaumaturgic Bio Mist.
Disclaimer: I was given the opportunity by Theralight, Inc. to review this product. However, the brand of company has not influenced me in any way to provide any type of review other than my true and honest opinions. I am disclosing all information provided in the review according to the information provided in Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”