Skin MD Natural Review and Contest


I just discovered a great new moisturizer. One that can be trusted on my skin, as well as my child's skin!

I have to admit, my boys were a little worried to try this new moisturizer. They saw a new bottle and it didn't have flowers or fluffy characters on it. They both have very sensitive skin and even baby lotions burn their skin. They both had red blotches on the insides of their arms due to the harsh winter air and using kid's perfumed-filled body wash. When I applied the Skin MD Natural, they didn't scream or flinch. It was just a cool, "Ahhhh" from relief. The next day, my four year old actually brought it to me to apply on his legs. Finally, a lotion that can be used on the entire family!

Skin MD Natural is different because it holds in your skin's natural moisture to allow itself to heal. Using conventional, artificial moisturizers just add moisture to the surface of the skin. This is just a temporary fix to the problem of dry skin - not a permanent solution. Over time, your skin will be fooled and actually produce less of its own natural oils, thinking the skin has enough moisture. Skin MD Natural can break this dry skin cycle!

Skin MD Natural is made in the US, free of harmful fragrances, parabens, and colorants. It is hypoallergenic, dermatologist recommended, and not tested on animals. It is a shielding lotion that bonds with the outer layer of skin to keep irritants out and moisture in.

Review of my testing of the product:
This lotion goes on smoothly and is light.  It is easily absorbed into your skin and does not leave a greasy feeling.  It is so sensitive that it can be used on any type of skin - even a child's skin.  I was thoroughly impressed with this product and plan on using it in place of my regular lotion. 

I was happy to find on the website that there was a store locator and they sell it here.  There is no prescription necessary either so it is available to anyone.  You can also order it on the website if they do not offer it in your town.

Would you like to win a free bottle of Skin MD Natural?  To enter, simply leave a comment with the name of lotion you use or which lotion you have found to not help dry skin.  Leave your name or codename too in case you win!  One entry per person and open to US residents only.  The contest ends Saturday, January 30, 2010 at 11:59MST and the winner will be announced on 1/31/10.  Good luck!

For more information on Skin MD Natural lotion, visit their website at: http://www.skinmdnatural.com/

Here are the boys "modeling" for Skin MD Natural lotion.


* This review was made possible by a sample supplied to me by a company representative.

25 comments:

Julie and the boys said...

We use the generic Eucerin creme from the boys, but it is too thick for their faces.

Anonymous said...

I use Eucerin lotion for the most part which seems to work fairly well. Skin MD might be a good alternative.

Sandra - If it comes in pink said...

I would like to try that:) don't live in the U.S though :S

dontforgetodance said...

We have been using Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion for about a year. It stays on our skin and helps relieve and repair dry skin. I think it's a winner, but would love to try Skin MD.

Bridgett said...

I have to just say your boys are adorable models!! I have used EVERY lotion out there; vaseline, eucerin, suave, clinique, even baby oil. No matter what I use, I need to apply it at least 2 times a day. I have very dry skin and nothing keeps my skin hydrated all day unless its greasy and oily, then I need to wash it off!
Bridgett

Lora said...

We use Vanicream on our girls' skin and love it but it's super-expensive, so I'm always looking for a different one.

Hailey'sMama said...

i've found that gold bond lotion really helps if you put it on at night. but, it's very thick and doesn't absorb quickly, which makes me want to wash my hands.

Visible Voice said...

Hi Jean! Thanks for popping by my blog. I'll keep you posted on the home made skin care. From that photo a reader has suggested that it could be a skin condition called Perioral Dermatitis which is sort of a rash...though I get break outs too. The home made stuff is suppose to be helpful to give you just overall really yummy skin. I'm gonna dig through your blog now! :)

Vicki said...

I use Vaseline intensive care lotion in that big 600ml pump bottle. It does nothing like it claims on the label for my dry skin on my legs.

Julie said...

My daughter has been using Gold Bond lotion for her hands and arms which are extremely dry

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Wehaf said...

Right now I am using Lubriderm, which I love. I wonder if this is as good?

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Shelly said...

we use Cetaphil

The Beauty Bug said...

Olay body drench for dry skin. I have heard of Skin MD and that is is good

etirv said...

I use Origins ginger lotion!

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bepoia said...

I just use Sauve I use it once a day I have never tried the other lotions
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Anonymous said...

i use almay facial lotion, but i don't think they make it anymore. fulfam@hotmail.com

Candice said...

I haven't found a moisturizer that I love...yet. I do know that I can not stand Lubriderm. I know many people swear by it, but it did nothing for me.

Susan said...

I could definitely use this, I live in IL and its been very frigid. Help ME!

JULIE said...

My husband and I use Corn Huskers lotion on our hands all the time. It is the only lotion I can stand to have on my hands, cause the rest is so thick and sticky!! I have tried a TON of different lotions though and most don't work too well for me.

The Beauty Bug said...

I am using Mario Badescu Super Rich Shea Butter Lotion it is really good, but way to expensive to use on a regular basis.

AnneLoyd said...

I use hand lotion and whatever is free or really cheap. Tried the expensive stuff and it doesn't work any better for me.

For some reason the facial lotion does not seem to moisturize enough. I have really dry skin and have to apply at least two coats in the morning. With this weather, I am dry by the time I get to work.

mamawj said...

I currently use the Vaseline brands but hope to find a better one for senstive skin this sounds great thanks
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PowerSweepstaking said...

don't need it myself, but the wife swears by vaseline brand lotions

S Stoll said...

I use a hand cream from Avon (not sure which one, though) that works fairly well and isn't too expensive. I also use the body creams from Ulta and Bath and Body Works, which are good for moisturizing my dry skin.

sibabe64 said...

Aveeno is not working these days. I just got a new puppy last week and I am constantly washing my hands and they are so dry that my hands are cracking. I hope I am not getting eczema.
I wold love to try this badly

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