Keeps my eczematic/rosacea skin clear and hydrated all day, even through dry winter days.
Soothing to my eczema and did not irritate my driest patches, would definitely recommend.
The dry, red, itchy, and flaky skin is completely gone now!
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WHY YOUR SKIN CARE DOESN'T WORK
The Science Behind Rulo
Eczema "moisturizers" barely provide relief.
And prescription medications only mask the symptoms, with nasty ingredients like steroids, rather than repair the skin barrier.
We embrace the microbiome's role in reducing inflammation and promoting healing to create products that are more effective, with fewer side effects.
If you care about skin health, then yes!
Mostly yes, at the moment.
The really big skin care brands are working quickly to wrap their heads around what the microbiome can do. The rest are simply following marketing trends and making claims about "supporting" and "balancing" which don't mean much.
Rulo, on the other hand, is a team of microbiologists, doctors, and skin disease patients, who understand the role of the microbiome and how, in fact, it must be accounted for in all skin care products.
We put that knowledge into each and every product - they are all tested to work with the microbiome for maximum effectiveness.
For more on how the microbiome is here to stay and how your skin care products must understand it to work well check out our article here.
Yes, far more than other brands do.
We are world leaders in microbiome and skin health research and have dozens of published papers.
With our proprietary ingredients, we take them through multiple clinical trials to prove their safety and effectiveness.
We design every product to work for sensitive skin.
Allergies abound in the sensitive skin space, so we formulate with the minimum ingredients possible and meticulously look over the research on ingredients.
If you are concerned, we recommend patch testing any new skin care products.
We offer a 60-day, no questions asked, guarantee on all products.
Designed for Sensitive Skin
Backed By Clinical Trials