These cold, dry Canadian winters sure take it’s toll on my hands, and this year it was worse than ever before. Since having Baby Bird I have noticed my skin get drier and my eczema, that I once had as a child, has come back. Even Papa Bird and Baby Bird have had a rough, dry winter.
Skin MD Natural uses all-natural ingredients and is free from fragrance and artificial colouring, it is also hypoallergenic. This is great for those of us that have dry skin, especially when it is compounded with additional skin problems like eczema, psoriasis, etc.
I like this Shielding Lotion for my every day use. It comes with me to my work place every day. I work in administration, so I deal with paper, paper, paper — and nothing sucks the moisture out of your hands faster than handling lots of paper.
My favorite feature is that it is not an oily lotion. It goes on light and disappears with no oily aftermath which is great when you are handling documents that you don’t want to get dirty. I can put it on, then get right back to work without feeling like I need a towel to wipe it off.
You can order this Shielding Lotion or others in their line right from the Skin MD website and this 120ml (4oz) bottle sells for $18.
Hand creams can be bought in store for less, but an all-natural hand cream like this is well worth the extra money. Make sure you review their list of ingredients and describe how each one is included to help repair and replenish dry skin.
Skin MD Natural has offered to give one of my readers a bottle of Shielding Lotion of their own as a giveaway…
Visit Skin MD Natural and take a look at their list of ingredients, then come back here and leave a comment at the end of this post telling me how this lotion can help you. Please include a way of getting a hold of you if you win. *You must do this for any additional entries to count.
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* I received a copy of this book for free to complete my review. The opinions expressed in this post are mine only and are in no way influeanced by any outside factors.
Sheri publishes, and writes at This Bird’s Day where she shares all of the thoughts in her head without the voices. Sticking mainly with content for Canadians, Sheri shares family stories, product information and anything that fits into her (and her family’s) daily activities.