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As part of this great Mother’s day themed giveaway hop, Your Healthy Year is giving away these awesome prizes, sponsored by Zim’s!

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Crack Creme, Arnica Max, & Advanced Gel

Enter below for you chance to win, and don’t forget to check out the other giveaways in the linky below!

 

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33 Comments

  1. Drimk lots and lots of water, it really does make a difference in your skin.

  2. Don’t let wet clothes dry on you. For cracked skin patches use heavy lotion and wrap with gauze for a couple hours.

  3. My best tip is to not over do it when washing your face, too much can really strip your skin and make it dry and uncomfortable.

  4. Use coconut oil and eat a healthy diet with plenty fluids.

  5. Hi! My best dry skin care tip is to apply a quality lotion, like these, several times per day. Thank-you!

  6. put vasoline on your heels and socks at night to soften up the heels,

  7. I use baby oil after taking a shower when my skin feels dry. I also agree that drinking a plenty of water is good.

  8. Always use a light moisturizer twice daily. Take vitamin c and drink lots of water too.

  9. I use moisturizer at night so that it can work throughout the night on your skin.

  10. If my daughters get dry skin I like to put them in the bath with a few drops of essential oils and then I like to put coconut oil on their skin after they are done!

  11. I use Belitae’s vitamin c serum and it has helped w/ my dry skin.

  12. Shower with warm, not hot water. Hot water will just make it worse.

  13. I do the warm showers as well, it seems to help a lot. Drink lots of water too!

  14. Stay hydrated, eat healthy fat, limit your time in chlorinated pools.

  15. I moisturize all the time and when I am outdoors I use sunscreen too.

  16. Put body lotion on right after you get out of the shower because it will absorb better.

  17. Drink plenty of water.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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