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First Aid Beauty Healing Stick

Dry spots, rough patches, bug bites, itchy skin? My daughter and I both have excema that shows up right around July or August each year after we’ve spent countless hours at the pool and the beach. She always gets it in the winter months as well when it gets cold and windy. Well….as cold and windy as it gets here in San Diego! We’re spoiled…we know that! I’ve searched high and low for something that works on our skin and found the Healing Stick, available exclusively at Sephora and It not only clears up our dry patches, but it works amazingly well on bug bites too! With 1% hydrocortisone, inflammation and itchiness disappear almost instantly.

The healing stick is a thick, anhydrous stick unlike some cream-based hydrocortisone products so it stays put and doesn’t run to areas where the skin doesn’t need it. It’s a small stick that is super portable and easy to keep in my purse, beach bag or the diaper bag.

Available at Sephora stores and also at

*company sent sample for review

Vera Sweeney, mom, blogger, social media influencer and New York resident, is the founder of She is considered one of the top female digital influencers in today’s social media space. Her lifestyle and parenting brand helps busy women stay on top of the latest trends in fashion, food, family and travel.


  1. Sephora doesn’t appear to carry the healing stick anymore (can’t find in stores and not listed online) but looks like you can order from the FAB website. Just google the product.

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