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Carmex Healing Cream and Healing Lotion!



Hello Neighbors!

I don't know about you, but my hands have been chapping and my skin is very dry.  I sure would like to see spring around here!  We actually had some snow again!  Anyway, I am so glad I received my Carmex package recently.  It included the Carmex Healing Cream and the Healing Lotion.

I have been using the Carmex Healing Cream and Healing Lotion regularly since the arrived.  They both work great!  The only problem I have is my family knows about them and thinks I should share.  I guess I have too!  LOL!  I keep them at my desk so I can apply them throughout the day.  And they don't leave your hands feeling greasy!  Just soft and smooth!

I am thinking about having my husband try it on his back.  He is constantly scratching his back because of the dry skin.  Between the weather and the hot showers and then his scratching he could really use some of the Carmex Healing Cream.  The problem will be getting him to apply it on a regular basis.


Anyone else out there having problems with dry skin?  Of course, once spring does roll around I will still need my Carmex, because that is when we start to get busy working outside.  Between working in the yard, gardening, and some other things we have planned, I will still need my Carmex!

About Carmex:

Carmex lip balm was invented in 1937 by Alfred Woelbing, literally on the family stovetop. For the next 20 years, Alfred and his wife made Carmex by hand and poured it into the familiar yellow-capped jars.
Eventually production moved out of the Woelbing home and into a rented facility in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, where it remained until the move in 1975 to its current site in Franklin, Wisconsin.
Carma Labs employs about 100 people and is still owned and operated by the family: Alfred's grandsons Eric and Paul Woelbing. The Woelbing stove is now used for cooking things the family can actually eat.


Hey neighbors, one of you has the chance to receive the Carmex Healing Cream and Healing Lotion.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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Comments

DEBIJOT said…
The winter weather helps cause my dry skin.
Darlene said…
My husband worked in a machine shop that had oil which made his skin itch and break out, he is retired now but still has flair ups.
andrea v said…
Winter weather really dries out our skin
scottsgal said…
cold Chicago winters
D Cheatle said…
The chlorine in the swimming pool and the exposure to so much sunshine all summer long

lilypaddj3 at gmail dot com
jerseygirl137 said…
Winter weather and my hands are always in water
latanya t said…
we have hard water
Colleen Maurina said…
Our skin gets so dry in the winter with the heat on all the time and lots of hand washing to prevent germs!
rubynreba said…
Every winter I get dried skin because we have such harsh winters.
Coolestmommy said…
Winter weather causes us to dry out.
Anonymous said…
We get dry skin from all of our dry weather and taking too warm of showers. My kids also have mild eczema.
Jackie said…
I think it's the cold weather and forced hot air heat in the house that causes our dry skin.
Thanks!
Nknouse22 said…
Cleaning with clorox
carolwegs said…
The cold winter gives us dry skin. thanks
Unknown said…
The cold and me washing my hands a lot give me dry skin.
Unknown said…
Mostly because of the weather
Madonna said…
winter weather mostly but honestly I just can't stand my hands to be slightly dry even and use lotion all the time regardless of the season.
The winter weather is what usually does it for my family!
Pam said…
Hot showers and dry, winter air.
longsgl said…
The dry winter air. Also my daughter has eczema.

longshaw4735@hotmail.com
Teresa Thompson said…
The winter months and my menopause.
Angela Saver said…
We get dry skin because of the cold weather! My daughter also has eczema which also causes her to have dry skin.

andysavi.mom@gmail.com
Carmen said…
Dry long winters, and my family has a history of having dry skin which doesn't hep any. Thanks for the chance!
Diana said…
we definitely have dry winter skin at my house
hrddiana556@gmail.com
mtbears819 said…
The Dry winter Air causes Dry Skin for me and my family-Dorothy Deakyne
Jennifer Davis said…
I live in a really dry place.
eclairre said…
I do! eclairre at ymail dot com
John Joseph said…
the dampness in winter and rainy season causes itin our family
john.joseph79@yahoo.com
Anonymous said…
The hot texas weather
John Joseph said…
the dry weather makes our skin crack here in florida
ewhatley said…
daily exposure to sun and sand - it's a great way to get dry skin

mybeachylife at gmail dot com
Holly S. said…
I've got Dermatitis on my hands from developing film (and spilling chemicals without gloves) when I was a teenager. In the Winter months my skin looks like crumpled paper and cracks and bleeds.
hstorm799{at}gmail{dot}com
janetfaye said…
Allergies are the cause of my dry skin.

janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com
Unknown said…
Dry skin seems to run in my family especially during the winter
Unknown said…
I think allergies is the culprit when it comes to dry skin in my family.
Tami Valentine said…
Just the dry air in our house causes my skin to be dry. My thumbs actually crack and HURT.
Anonymous said…
Washing our hands often contributes to our having such dry hands.
Unknown said…
I had chemo back in 2011 and that really dried my skin out bad.Winter months I get really dry.My back drives me crazy too.Thank you for the cool giveaway :)
tigers3450@att.net

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