It happens every year. One day I wake up and I feel like a thousand fleas are biting my arms and legs. But, of course, it isn’t an attack of killer insects, it’s the dry heat, wind and cold that anyone who lives in colder climes, can’t avoid. I have tried tons of moisturizers and many do work to alleviate symptoms, but if you use enough of them, you can really start to run up quite a cost.
NEW Curél® Itch Defense™ Skin Balancing Lotion is a great option. It comes in a soft blue plastic pump bottle, and while it works to soothe your skin, it is so gentle, even children and those with skin conditions or sensitive skin, can use it. I love the unscented lotion that immediately (and I mean, as soon as you smooth it on) will stop the itching and flakiness, and battle dryness without fuss or bother.
Even a drugstore favorite can be “high-tech.” This product has natural Ceramides that help to regulate the skin’s ability to hold moisture by enhancing its protective layer. It rebalances PH to a healthy level and also boosts moisturization to leave skin feeling protected. Finally, it smoothes skin surface to minimize dryness and flaking, and encourages cellular turnover.
Just because you can find it in a drugstore or supermarket aisle doesn’t mean it isn’t well tested this Curél® Itch Defense™ Skin Balancing Lotion is the beneficiary of 56,000 total lab hours; 100 studies conducted with 851 women and children; and 50 ingredients screened for safety by Allergists, Dermatologists and Toxicologists. The resulting formula was so safe, it was awarded the National Eczema Association Seal of Acceptance™.
You might expect all of this from a pricey moisturizer, but Curel costs just $7.49 for 13 fl. oz.
Why itch and suffer with dry flaky skin? Visit your favorite drugstore or mass market retailer and treat yourself. For less than the cost of lunch you can be itch-free, with smooth, sexy skin, all Winter long!
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