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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Aquaphor Wonder Set Giveaway

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I was first introduced to the Aquaphor brand years ago when my daughter had constant eczema. It was the only thing that seemed to help her skin.

Recently I was introduced to the new Aquaphor Lip Repair and I fell in love with the brand all over again.

With the winter weather upon us I am sure that many of you, like myself, will be suffering from seasonal dry, cracking skin.

I was able to try out the Aquaphor Healing ointment and love the way it made my skin soft and smooth again.

Aquaphor would love to give one lucky reader their own Wonder Set, valued at $33 which includes Lip Repair, Healing Ointment and Gentle Wash and Shampoo.

To enter, leave a comment telling me things you do to combat winter skin.

Entries will be taken until Tuesday, December 7th at noon CST. At that time I will post the winner and you will have 48 hours to get back to me with your mailing information or a new winner will be picked.

30 Comments:

FrugalHomeschooler said...

I usually just moisturize and try to make sure my house doesn't get too dried out.

JC said...

I use heavy cream instead of lotion for my very dry skin during winter.
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Frugal Mama said...

moisturize, moisturize & moisturize. Fellow eczema sufferer here. I also slather my feet with moisturizer and wear white cotton sox to bed.

Julie Kroske said...

I put lotion on hands and feet then wear gloves and socks to bed. I try to wear lip balm, but I seem to always forget when I get outside in the cold!

Frances said...

I use lotion constantly all day long. I recently developed some eczema and nothing seems to work for it. I may get some of this to try, even if I don't win. :-)

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Anonymous said...

I currently use Burt's Bees, but I find myself limited to using it only at night. I would love to try this product for daytime use, as well.

Laura said...

I try to put lotion on my skin as soon as I get out of the shower each day!

Tabathia said...

I usually use baby oil to keep skin moisturized or I use oil of olay body shower
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Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug} said...

I avoid hot showers, slather on creams and lotions, stay bundled up when outdoors, and use a humidifier to combat winter skin :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!
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Christina said...

We slather on the Aquaphor before bed... and when you put on a pair of socks after moisturizing your feet, it works so well!

Awesome giveaway!

annemarie said...

I try to avoid getting my hands wet and if I do, I try to dry them right away. I have a real problem with dry skin and could really use this product! Thanks for the chance to win.

Lauren said...

I try to remember to wear my gloves! I'm lazy about that, but it dries them out terribly and they crack much worse if I leave my gloves off all the time when I'm outside!

Dilem*mama said...

I sleep in gloves and socks after I slather my feet and hands with moisturizer. We also crank our humidifyer up to 11. ;-)

CORINE said...

TO HAVE RELIEF FROM THE CHAPPED LIPS AND CRACKING SKIN IN THE WINTER, I USUALLY MOISTURIZE AFTER A SHOWER. I HAVE A SON AS WELL THAT HAS ECZEMA BUT ON HIS HANDS. IT IS HARD TO KEEP HIS HANDS FROM BEING IRRITATED BUT WHAT I DO IS MOISTURIZE HIS HANDS WITH INTENSE LOTION AND THEN HAVE HIM WEAR MITTEN GLOVES AT NIGHT, ESPECIALLY IN THE WINTER. I KNOW THAT LOTION WORKS I REMEMBER IT WHEN I WAS YOUNGER.

Anonymous said...

I put on eucerin calming creme. It's amazing!!
-Natalie
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andrea v said...

lotion after every bath
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pontowd said...

I always make sure I put on heavy lotion right after I get out of the shower.. so important.. I also use heavy lotion right before bedtime..

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Pamela said...

I love the in shower moisturizers. That is where I start. Then I also use lotion and always moisturize my face and neck.

My grand daughter has sensitive skin, especially her hands. We love the Aquaphor products. We use them and put gloves on her hands at night.

Daylene said...

I actually use it on my face in the winter. It s great.

DW said...

I love aquaphor it is awesome for combatting chapped lips

Stephanie G said...

My son has such dry peeling skin all year round. I use a little bit of everything on it. Aquaphor, baby lotion, anything and everything to help hi with it. This would be a great win!

Thanks for the chance!

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coupongirl69 said...

To help combat winter skin I drink lots of fluids staying hydrated is one of the best ways to keep your skin supple from the inside out.
And on the outside I take a shower and don't dry off completely and then add my favorite lotion to my skin especially my feet and hands and then put my socks on to hold in the warmth and moisture.

Larry B said...

I use body lotion and hand cream alot during the winter

mmullikin said...

I use lotion after showering in the mornings. I put lip blam on my lips and lotion my hands each night before going to sleep.

Pinky said...

I put lot of lotion and especially each time I wash my hand.

Anonymous said...

I "grease up" after showering as I refer to it, lathering on a body lotion. Several times throughout the day, I use hand lotion also since I wash my hands a lot through out the day.

K B
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Terry said...

I keep a bottle of moisturizer on my night stand to remind me to use it each night before bed.

AMY said...

My feet get really dry, so I put vaseline on them and wear socks to bed every night. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

maryjaco1 said...

I take less baths and when I do take a bath in the winter, I use an oatmeal bath.

cheapdate said...

I try to keep moisture in the house by drying clothes 99% of the way on clothes racks in the house And use hand lotion.



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