Friday, April 5, 2013

Battle that Winter Skin with Carmex Skin Care

I know Spring has just begun, although here in the Midwest we wish someone remembered to tell the weather, but the blues of winter are still lingering on our skin. Cold, icy winds have left my hands and face chapped and rough. My legs are dry as well. Time to break out the Carmex Healing Cream and Hydrating Lotion.

"Just like their pharmacist-recommended lip balms, Carmex skin care products are loaded with healing ingredients to deliver deep hydration and serious moisturizing power. Their unique formula is sure to repair your driest, roughest skin, even in the most extreme conditions."

I have reviewed both products in the past and my opinion remains the same, these are my go to for dry skin repair and moisturizing. Moisturizing is the job and Carmex does it well. You can check out my previous review here.  While I wait on the warmer weather to catch up with the calendar, I will be repairing what old man winter has done to my skin.

I would love, thanks to the great people at Carmex, to give one lucky reader the chance to try both the Carmex Healing Cream and Hydrating Lotions for themselves, I am sure I am not the only one who needs to repair some damage. Feel free to enter below, don't have damaged winter skin, no worries, enter any way. I am sure you will find that Carmex Skin care works great and keeping your skin soft and moisturized.

With Carmex, everyone is a winner.

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  1. I look forward to planting.. This year I am going to attempt raised garden beds :)

  2. I look forward to opening my windows, spending lots of time outside and mostly hunting for Morel mushrooms!

  3. The smell of fresh flowers and cut grass