Wanted: A Magical Cure [Topricin Review]

I received a lovely Christmas gift this year—samples of Topricin healing cream!

Now I know you’re probably wondering why this would be such a lovely thing, and not a regular thing, which is why I’m writing today.

Ever since I tried my hand at being a ski bum my skin has become…temperamental. Not only does it react to fragrance, but every time the weather becomes wintery I break out in some sort of weird rash on my forehead.

Seriously, it’s so annoying.

So the ski bum thing was three or four years ago. Which means I’ve been dealing with this for a while.

Which means I’ve spent a lot of time trying out different creams and such to combat my rebellious forehead etc.

My samples came with a lot of paperwork. And while I did want to learn all I could, I also wanted to dive right in and see how magical this cream really was.

Because so far, nothing has worked. I’m ready for magic!

After a few weeks of use here’s what I like about Topricin:

  • It’s odorless
  • It’s not greasy
  • The ingredients are natural, not chemical
  • It says it works in 20 minutes and it does

I should mention this cream is more of a sore joints and muscles healing remedy, but the Junior version says it’s good on eczema so I thought I had a chance at victory. But I haven’t had a chance to test it yet.

What I have had a chance to test it on is:

  • Burns (worked, I should have got a blister due to stupidity and instead it healed up)
  • Super-sore leg muscles and joints
  • Sore ankles
  • Sore feet
  • Sore wrists
  • Sore lower back

I didn’t realize how sore my body is after a long day. Thinking about it, I generally default to painkillers. Since I’ve been using the cream, I’ve used zero painkillers.

And you know what, I’ve been fine.

Since the price point on creams like this is nearing $20 a tube it’s nice to try a few samples before committing to the big buy. I’m waiting till my winter forehead makes it’s return (I’m going to the land of eternal winter [Alberta] soon so expect it any day now…) before I commit to Topricin but so far, so good.