Reviews for: Taylor Made Organics

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This stuff is great!!
By: Pat McGillicuddy    (Feb 6, 2013)

I actually bought this stuff a while ago and when my hands were BEYOND dry and chapped, I searched my cabinets for a hand cream. This is the first thing I saw so I pulled it out and put in on my hands -- instant relief!! It cleared up my dry hands quickly....and I now even use it as a face cream. I'm going to order another so that I have plenty on hand. I love the fact that it works, but I also love the fact that it absorbs quickly and doesn't leave my hands oily.

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Tommi Leonard says:    (Mar 1, 2013)

Can you please share what it smells like? THank you.

Worked for my Eczema...
By: Andrew DeGarmo    (Dec 2, 2011)

I've been dealing with eczema on my hands for a few years now... first just really dry bad dryness, and then it evolved into these little tiny pustules underneath the skin. After unsuccessfully trying every steroid cream and antihistamine shot known to dermatologists, I decided to try this. I was extremely skeptical of paying this much for such a small container, but to my surprise the stuff actually works. It definitely took a few weeks of using on a regular basis, but my hands are all cleared up now. I use a tiny bit a few times a day now, just because I really don't want it to come back (and I'm not sure if stopping it's use will do that). I highly recommend this product.

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What!?! again!
By: Kelli Spears    (May 5, 2011)

Fantastic list of ingredients until you get to the killer. Phenoxyethanol. This is not a natural preservative. Also, there is MSM in this product. Now, MSM is a wonderful ingredient due to its ability to enhance collagen bundles. However, it is also a delivery system. Meaning, it enhances the apsorption of other ingredients deeper into the skin/tissues. This is great when you're using costly actives or other great organic ingredients but, unfortunately, it also enhances the absorption of the bad ingredients. (i. e. , Phenoxyethanol)

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By: Kelli Spears    (May 5, 2011)

Phenoxyethanol is a glycol ether. Glycols are a series of chemicals that are found in all sorts of things, such as, paint, laquer, and jet fuel to name a few. I wouldn't put it on my skin anywhere but certainly not on my face and most definitely not around my eyes. Who would ever put this on a baby?

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