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Skin MD Lotion Review and a FREE Sample for You!

Wintertime wreaks havoc on my skin. Not that I have great skin to begin with, mind you, but wintertime creates dry, scaly, rough patches and I have a hard time getting rid of them. Recently I learned about Skin MD and was eager to try their lotion as I am always up to the challenge of a new skin care product.

I was most happy to learn that Skin MD is hypoallergenic as I tend to react poorly to a lot of lotions and creams having quite sensitive skin...the perils of being a redhead! Skin MD Natural is hypoallergenic, free of fragrances, parabens and colorants. It is made with more than 90% natural ingredients and 100% food-grade ingredients that are on the FDA's "most safe" list. I wouldn't hesitate at all to use this skin care for my children as well.

Back to my dry skin; I have been putting Skin MD Natural on a very stubborn dry patch on my left elbow that will.NOT.go.away. I am happy to report that the first time I tried Skin MD, the lotion was absorbed immediately. This is a very good thing. There is nothing worse than a greasy lotion that just sort of coats your skin and sits on top, never to be absorbed creating slippery hands and skin. My dry elbow patch feels much less rough and seems to be going away! Skin MD does indeed seem to be a very good moisturizer.

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Comments

Great Review!

Very well done on your dry elbow!

Skin Md Natural wishes you a Happy New Year!
Rose said…
Great Review... I've never heard of Skin MD but with this harsh winter weather it sounds like a great product to try. My hands are always so dry in the winter and I've been looking for a good moisturizer.

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