You may be familiar with Carmex Lip Balms. They’re one of my go-to brands when it comes to serious healing. About a year ago, we were first introduced to Carmex’s new line of healing lotions and were wowed by the results. Carmex continues to offer products that instantly provide relief and nourishment for hands that need a little TLC.
After this winter, my hands definitely fell into that category. With all the washing dishes, washing hands after petting dogs, and just the overall dryness that comes with the season, my hands were cracked, dry, and screaming for some moisture.
The solution was simple. Carmex Hydrating Lotion and Carmex Healing Cream. Both have healing ingredients, such as Aloe and Vitamin E to help moisturize and repair dry skin. Both absorb into your skin quickly, without any oily or greasy residue feelings. They both have the same fresh scent – something between the familiar Carmex scent and baby powder- while both providing immediate relief for my dry hands. As far as I could tell, the main difference is that the cream is a little bit thicker and is more concentrated that the lotion, which makes it ideal for the more serious dry spots.
After using both products for over a year, I can tell you that Carmex Hydrating Lotions and Carmex Healing Creams provided needed moisture to dry skin and made hands feel softer and smoother, even after a full day of washing hands. I have a tube of Carmex lotion of cream in virtually every room, so it’s just a quick application if my hands feel a little dry.
If your hands or skin could use a little moisture , consider trying Carmex healing lotion and healing cream. You can find them in a drugstore store near you or online.
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Disclaimer: This post consists of my (and/or fellow tester) opinions only. Your experiences may be different. No compensation was given for this review/giveaway. I did receive a free product from the manufacturer or their representing PR agency to use and test for the purposes of this review. This did not affect the outcome of this review.