It’s that time of year again. The time of year when my hands cease being smooth and soft and instead turn into something resembling lizard skin.
No, but really.
Dry winter air wreaks havoc on my sensitive skin. My hands get washed frequently while cooking, cleaning, taking care of pets, etc. — and more exposure to water plus cold, dry air means not-so-pretty hands for a few months.
Yet it doesn’t have to be that way!
Skin MD Natural Shielding Lotion is a non-greasy, light, unscented dry skin therapy that will help protect and preserve your hands’ soft skin this winter.
I have used Skin MD Natural Shielding Lotion in the past and loved it. Recently, I received another bottle to try and it how has a permanent spot beside my kitchen sink. It’s in a visible location so I can remember to reapply as needed throughout the day.
Ninety-three percent of Skin MD Natural Shielding Lotion’s ingredients are from nature, and the remaining are on the FDA’s “most safe” list. Here are a few more facts:
- Hypoallergenic, non-greasy.
- Fragrance and colorant free.
- Paraben and petrochemical free.
- Will not clog pores. Vegan.
- Manufactured in the U.S. using 100% solar power
I love that it’s not heavy — neither on coverage OR scent. I’m fairly sensitive to strong scents and have tossed new bottles of lotion in the trash in the past if they’re too “loud.” Not Skin MD Natural Shielding Lotion!
The best part? If you’re not entirely blown away by how well it works, Skin MD Natural Shielding Lotion comes with a 60-day, 100% money back guarantee.
Skin MD is graciously offering one Muse Review reader a 4 oz. bottle of their Skin MD Natural Shielding Lotion! To enter the giveaway, use the Rafflecopter below. Don’t miss the extra entry opportunities.
Disclaimer: Muse Reviews was provided with a bottle of Skin MD Natural Shielding Lotion at no cost in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed herein are exclusively my own and are not influenced by the company or its affiliates in any way. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”