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I remember as a kid being in and out of the doctors for severe eczema and dry skin that would crack, bleed and make me cry. My mom had to get rid of all my stuffed animals and anything that held dust or might have a fragrance that would aggravate my eczema. Medical treatment has come along way when it comes to treating eczema and dry skin but one thing has not changed for me, fragrance still aggravates my skin. We occasionally will do a sponsored post but it HAS to relate to us, be something we already use or something we may want to try. When Vaseline contacted me to try out their new Intensive Care Fragrance free lotion, I jumped at the chance. It’s fragrance free! I will try just about anything to keep my skin hydrated and prevent eczema flare ups.
Vaseline Intensive Care Lotion Fragrance Free goes beyond basic moisturization to deeply moisturize and heal dry skin, containing a special blend of humectants and healing micro- droplets of Vaseline Jelly. The Vaseline Intensive Care Advanced Repair Lotion is clinically proven to heal dry skin in 5 days and keep skin healed for 3 weeks. They sent me this adorable healing kit filled with their moisturizer, skin healing test strips, hot cocoa and my very own Four Generations One Roof mug! I just about died when I saw our blog on the mug, I love it!
I took the 5 day challenge and guess what, it didn’t bother my skin and my skin feels great! As you can see below, the before image shows flaky dry skin and the after (a fews of using the moisturizer), there are less flakes! It was kind of gross to see those flakes sticking on the test strip. I was thrilled to see less a few days later.
We live in New England and once November rolls around, the heat indoors and the cold outside, wreaks havoc with my skin. Vaseline Intensive Care Advanced Repair Fragrance Free is clinically proven to heal dry skin in 5 days. and keep dry skin healed for 3 weeks. Thank you so much Vaseline for sharing this wonderful product with me! It’s a keeper 😉