It's about that time y'all. That time of year when my hands start to look like the Cryptkeeper's. And no matter how many times I apply lotion, they still look like I'm approximately 175 years old - give or take a couple of decades.
'Tis the season for colds which means we wash our hands even more than usual to ward off nasty bugs. Between washing hands constantly and the cranked up heater which dries out everything from nasal passages to tootsies, wintertime skin needs some serious help. While I do not recommend sticking Carmex up your dry nose, for all of the other dry spots on your body, Carmex's Healing Lotion and Healing Cream are fabulous!
The Healing Lotion is the only lotion that I have found actually penetrates my skin and has some staying power; I don't have to re-apply nearly as often. I have not found it to be greasy and it absorbs pretty quickly.
Now for the Healing Cream, that stuff is like a miracle in a tube. I have had rough patches on my elbows before that after weeks of using other lotion, they looked no better. After a couple of days of using the Healing Cream I saw drastic improvement.
For 75 years, Carmex has been healing and soothing and tingling lips and now they have lotions to heal, soothe, and tingle your skin.
I am a long time Carmex fan and unless they change something (don't you change anything Carmex, you hear me!) I will be evermore.
You can find Carmex Healing Lotion and Healing Cream at Walgreens, CVS, and Wal-Mart. The trial size at $.99 would be a great stocking stuffer. OR...you could win a full-sized tube each of the cream and lotion here! Carmex is feeling a little generous and will give away a full sized tube of each healing lotion to one of my readers.
*My review is my personal opinion. I was sent products to review for participating. Like I said before, I really like Carmex products so I would have been very hard on them if they made a product that was inferior to the others in their line. :)
every winter in the evening my skin gets so dry and I just itch all over. I've tried the oatmeal lotions before, but they dont last very long. I'd love to try this out.ReplyDelete
I have lots of different lotions, nothing seems to work. I haven't tried Carmex yet, I'd love to try it! :-)ReplyDelete
I try to drink more water but my skin just looks bad. I hope I win so I can try this! Thanks! :)ReplyDelete
Rhonda Tester Guinn
I have used carmex lotion that my wonderful neighbor gave me. I also try and drink plenty of water.ReplyDelete
I use Avon skin so soft bath oil and try to drink lots of water. MY kids lips and mine get so chapped in the winter and my stepson and I get rashes on the insides of our thighs during the winter from dry skin and on our forearms. I hope I win this to help us both.ReplyDelete
Never tried it....the only part of the body I notice that gets very dry during winter are my lips....i try to keep something in the pocket/purse for emergency relief!ReplyDelete
I always lotion up in the winter months to help keep dry chapped skin at bay!ReplyDelete
I use lots of moisturizer and creamsReplyDelete
during the winter, i use tons more lotion than usual. after every shower, i apply lotion. and i use lotion on my hands through out the day! i'll do anything to treat my dry skin!ReplyDelete
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To beat the winner blues we fly south! :DReplyDelete
What I do to beat the winter time blues is after showering when I am still damp, I put dry skin loting on my arms and legs. This helps me keep my skin soft. I remember to put extra dry skin lotion on my back because I forget that my back gets dry too.ReplyDelete
I always use vaseline after bathing with lotion. I also use cocoa butter oil every now then.ReplyDelete
Lots of lotion and skin creamReplyDelete
lotion,lotion, and more lotion!!! would love to try this!!ReplyDelete
I drink lots of tea and hot chocolate,put some warm gloves and slippers and lots of vitamin C!ReplyDelete
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