March 05, 2013
Carmex Healing Cream
I use Carmex all the time. I especially love the lip balms. I always have a few around the house and car during winter to keep my lips moist. In summer they keep my lips protected.
I love the Healing Lotion because it keeps my skin smooth and moist during these long winter days. My legs turn into alligator skin and I need some really good lotion to get them moist. It really helps that the product is specially formulated to heal and repair dry skin. All I know is that it helps my dry skin.
The Healing Cream is great for really dry skin. My hubby loves this because his skin gets drier than mine. The Healing Cream has lanolin, petroleum and allantoin to soften dry skin and moisturize I also love that both lotions go on smoothly and do not leave your skin greasy.
We both enjoy using Carmex products because they are quality products that work well for any skin type. The products are also great for the price.
You all know when I get a product to review, one lucky reader gets the chance to win a tube of Carmex Healing Lotion and a tube of the Carmex Healing Cream!
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