Carmex Healing Lotion and Cream Review

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Carmex Healing Lotion and Cream is a new product line from the brand known for lip balm. Carmex has been one of my favorite lip balms since I was a child. I’ve passed it on to my children, who also look for Carmex in its famous yellow jar when their lips are chapped, or to prevent their lips from getting chapped. Now Carmex is working wonders for our skin and you can find it in yellow tubes.

Carmex Healing Lotion is made with Aloe and Vitamin E. I used it every day on my hands, arms and legs. It was quickly absorbed into my skin, didn’t feel greasy and felt soothing. This is meant to be used daily to not only make your skin feel smooth, but to protect your skin from dryness. I love that it is not tested on animals.

Carmex Healing Cream is made with 9 healing ingredients including Lanolin. I used this on my driest skin – elbows, heels and knees. This is a thicker lotion so I did not have to use much of it. I used this at night because it did take a bit longer to absorb than the lotion, but there wasn’t a greasy feeling. This is my answer to dry, cracked skin.

You can try Carmex® Healing Lotion and Carmex® Healing Cream for yourself at Walgreens or drugstore.com online.


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Connie Roberts

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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