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Fight Dry Skin & Moisturize with Eucerin #Giveaway

The fact that winter has been mild hasn’t stopped my skin from getting dry and itchy.  Just the other night, I sat on the couch clawing at my legs and ankles.  I think it was getting on my husband’s nerves, because he finally suggested I get up and go get some lotion.  Hmm, why didn’t I think of that?!  Thankfully, I received a few Eucerin products to review so I’ve found relief.


Eucerin Skin Calming Daily Moisturizing Crème is a gentle, non-greasy formula that combines calming oatmeal and rich emollients to help relieve dry, itchy skin for softer, healthier-looking and more comfortable skin.  This has quickly become my every day lotion.  It has no smell at all and it work, simply put.  I especially like that it soaks in quickly and doesn’t leave me feeling sticky and greasy.

If you have problems with itchy skin, I would suggest the Eucerin Skin Calming Itch-ReliefIt is an external analgesic lotion for itchy skin flare-ups with cooling menthol and natural oatmeal for effective relief that lasts up to 8 hours.

 Eucerin Skin Calming Body Wash is a unique body wash formulation that combines soap-free cleansing with omega oils and other natural lipids to nourish and soothe.   While the product is fragrance free, there is no denying that it has a natural smell.  Unfortunately, neither myself nor my husband enjoyed the fish-like odor, which I’m assuming stems from the omega oils in this wash.  If you can get past the smell, it leaves your skin feeling soothe, but we just couldn’t.

Visit and like the Eucerin Facebook page to sign up for a free sample of the Skin Calming Crème.


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I received Eucerin products to facilitate this review and was compensated for my time.  All opinions remain my own, as always.

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