Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Carmex Healing Lotion and Healing Cream Review

For over 70 years people have come to love the healing power of  Carmex lip balms.  Finally, Carmex Skin Care is here with a new solution to heal, soothe and moisturize your dry skin.  I recently had the opportunity to try out two of their new products.  

 I let my husband test both of these products.   His skin tends to be very dry especially during the fall and winter.  He gets a lot of cracks in his hands and it is really uncomfortable for him.   He was really impressed with both of the products.  Neither of the products had a greasy feel and the scent pleasant but was not over powering.   After several days of use, he really saw a noticeable difference.  

If you have dry skin during the winter, you might want to try out these products for yourself.  

Carmex Healing Lotion
Carmex® Healing Lotion is made using a patent pending process that delivers healing and moisturization without a greasy feel.
  • Use anywhere skin feels dry;
    available in tube or NEW pump
  • Daily use will help protect skin and keep dryness away
  • Rich healing ingredients, including Aloe and Vitamin E, nourish and moisturize skin
  • Absorbs fast for a non-greasy feel; has a light, pleasant scent 

Carmex Healing Cream
Carmex® Healing Cream is made using a patent pending process that delivers concentrated healing and moisturization of your driest, roughest skin.
  • Use on your driest skin— especially hands, feet, elbows and knees; available in tube or NEW handy little tin
  • 9 healing ingredients penetrate and help repair your very dry, rough or cracked skin
  • Concentrated—use a small amount
Carmex Healing Lotion and Carmex Healing Cream can be purchased and Walgreens, Walmart or your other favorite retailer.  The full size bottle retails for $5.99.  The travel size retails for $1.

:disclosure:  I did receive a sample for the purpose of this review.  I did not receive any monetary compensation for this review.   All opinions expressed in this review are my own.  

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