***CONGRATULATIONS, Ingrid (non-blogger)!!!***
I have dry skin, especially in th winter months. My hands are always dry and I have to use lotion or cream several times a day. Thanks for this very nice giveaway.
Instead of inheriting my mother's dragon lady talons with their perfectly oval nail beds, I have small, boyish hands that look just like my dad's. Including cuticles that are so dry that even seasoned manicurists hang their heads in shame. The dry cuticles lead to hangnails that I can't resist picking at until they are scabby and sore. I've been trying to curb my nasty nail-biting habit so that the kids won't follow suit but nothing seems to help. I've tried all sorts of cuticle creams and wonder balms with no lasting results until I received a bottle of Vaseline Clinical Therapy lotion.
The Prescribe The Nation campaign started in Kodiak, Alaska, a rugged community with harsh environmental conditions that wreak havoc on skin. Kodiak citizens were given bottles of Vaseline Clinical Therapy lotion and told to "prescribe" them to friends and family members who they thought could use it. It was an easy sell because it's unscented and hypoallergenic, dries without leaving a greasy residue, and keeps skin moisturized for 24 hours.
I've been using Vaseline Clinical Therapy lotion for about a month now and I've actually had to trim my nails. Twice. Today, I even painted them. There is not a single dangling cuticle or bloody patch on my fingers. There are no dry patches on me, anywhere. Even my heels are totally soft. This stuff is good! And affordable. You can stockpile Vaseline Clinical Therapy lotion and still pay your heating bill this winter.
To enter and win a bottle of Vaseline Clinical Therapy lotion, plus a pampering gift basket including Godiva Chocolate, Kona Coffee, and Kiehl’s hair products, please comment on this post with your own dry skin stories.
Entries will be accepted through February 18th and I'll pick the winner using Random.org. US readers are eligible. Only one entry/comment per person, please.
For an additional entry, post my button on your blog, follow my blog, fave me on Technorati or subscribe via email or subscribe via reader and leave an extra comment letting me know.
Make sure you leave an email address in your comment or that you have one accessible on your blog so you can be contacted if you win! Or, you may choose to check for your nickname at Prizey.Fetch, a site that compiles winners in one convenient place:
***Click Giveaways on my sidebar to see what else you could win!***