Thursday, May 29, 2014

Udderly Smooth Lotion Giveaeway

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Original review completed by Little Helpers in Life


I swear I have the worlds driest skin. It is terrible. I am constantly looking for new creams to help with my hands, and especially my feet. So, I was so excited when I was given the chance to try Udderly Smooth

Udderly Smooth is made in the USA for over thirty years, Udderly Smooth products contain rich moisturizing ingredients. Not your average moisturizing lotion- Udderly Smooth can be used on Dry Skin, Cracked Skin, for Diabetes Foot Care, as a Facial Moisturizer, as a General Moisturizing Lotion and many other uses.
Pioneered by a Pharmacist, reasonably priced and made in America’s heartland. Use Udderly Smooth daily for smooth, soft skin head to toe.
Look for the lotion with the black and white cow spots. Try it and get Udderly Smooth.

As for the product you ask? Does it work? Oh heck yes, before using this product my feet were embarrassing. I wouldn't wear sandals in public, because I didn't want people seeing my heels especially after the winter. I used the foot cream and put socks on, and over night you could see and feel the difference. 

My husband just loves the hand cream. He suffers from cracking dry skin constantly, and he took a tube with him to work to put in his locker. I definitely give this product and A++!

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28 comments:

  1. Thicker lotion, it lasts longer!

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  2. I like a thicker lotion because I think it covers better and makes for a more hydrated skin afterwards.

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  3. I prefer thicker lotion because it lasts longer and moisturizes your skin better!! Thanks

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  4. It really wouldn't matter as long as it worked. My hands hurt and burn from cracking during winter,they feel like papercuts. I try just about every lotion and cream and it doesn't help.

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  5. I like thicker lotions when possible. Thin ones often end up feeling "watery" to me!

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  6. I prefer thicker or medium-thick lotions. The thinner lotions are better for summer.

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  7. I like thicker or medium thick lotions. Thinner ones are better for the summer.

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  8. My skin is so dry in the winter. They crack so badly on my hands that it feels like someone cut me with a razor...ouch!!!!

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  9. I pick which ever one that's not to greasy.

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  10. I like thicker to medium thickness lotions.

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  11. For some strange reason I like thicker because it feels like it gets in deeper

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  12. michelle schumacherJune 2, 2014 at 1:04 PM

    a perfect blend lol i dont like it to thin they feel oily to me when they are like that but if they are to thick makes me skin feel sticky

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  13. I prefer a thicker lotion. It seems to last longer and have better effects.

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  14. I have terribly dry hands in the winter, and cracked heels in the summer. To me, if a lotion is thin it just seems to run off and not do any good. I prefer thick lotions or creams. I have used Udderly Smooth before (received some at Christmas) and was impressed with how well it worked!

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  15. I like thicker lotions. It feels better to me.

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  16. Wife says thicker because it won't run off before you work it in good.

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  17. My skin is extremely dry in the winter. I love thicker lotions. They seem to work better.

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  18. I love the thicker lotions the best!

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  19. thicker because thin just seems to run off

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  20. Thicker! I feel like they work better!

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  21. I don't really have a preference to how thick or thin a lotion is. Just as long as it works!!

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  22. thicker lotions are easier to apply

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  23. I prefer lotions that hydrate without feeling oily!

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