St Luke’s snake brand prickly heat powder has always been my favourite prickly heat powder.eholder-116" data-inserter-version="2">
Since childhood, my parents started using this powder to fight heat rash on my skin and the skin of my younger sibling.
Growing up, heat rashes on my skin and that of everyone in the family was quite popular, we were always having rashes and my parents would always use St Lukes’s snake brand prickly heat powder.
Now, as a grown adult, I still use Lukes snake brand prickly heat powder when I notice heat rash on my skin, although it’s no longer that way anymore, due to proper ventilation and the use of fans and air conditioners, I no longer experience heat rashes often on my skin.
But when I use st Lukes’s snake brand prickly heat powder after bath, I love how it leaves my skin hot that instant and after a few minutes, it’s as if there’s a bust of soothing menthol everywhere on my skin.
Also, the rate it dries out rashes on the skin is out of this world. You could have plenty of rashes at night and after you have your bath, apply St Luke’s snake brand prickly heat powder and you sleep off, the next day, you notice that those rashes already burst overnight and are already drying up.
St Lukes’s snake brand prickly head powder comes in three sizes, small size, medium size and big size.
St Lukes’s snake brand prickly heat powder is white and has a metallic container it comes in.
St Lukes’s snake brand prickly heat powder is the most effective prickly heat powder I have ever used, never seen any as effective as it.
I started using this powder while I was much younger and nothing still beats its efficiency.
Here’s what is inside St Luke’s snake brand prickly heat powder.
Talcum, Menthol, Perfume, and Triclocarban are the ingredients of St Luke’s prickly heat powder.
Yes, St Lukes’s snake brand prickly heat powder expires.
It always comes with an expiry date inscribed on the body of the metallic jar it comes in.
Yes, St Lukes’s snake brand prickly heat powder is safe.
It doesn’t contain any ingredients that could make it unsafe. I have used this powder for way too long and I could tell if it is unsafe or not and it is safe.
- The hot sensation the menthol in the powder gives off could cause great discomfort for some people.
As an adult, I have used snake brand prickly heat powder but would I recommend snake brand prickly heat powder to be used for babies?
No, snake brand prickly heat powder is not advisable to be used for babies.
The menthol used in the production of snake brand prickly heat powder is way too hot for a baby’s skin and it would cause the baby great discomfort.
Although it would clear the rashes on your baby’s skin, milder prickly heat powders for babies are strongly advised.
In my honest opinion, I recommend buying from JUMIA.
Also, you could buy from cosmetic stores around you.
Here are the uses of St Lukes snake brand prickly heat powder
- Could be used as an aftershave powder
- Soothing of skin irritations
- Relieves itching
- Clears heat rashes