>Skin MD Natural Review

>I have never had to experience dry skin like this before. Ever. As a native South Texan, we had so much humidity that it was pretty much impossible to have dry hands. But now that I’m a Midwesterner who has to deal with bitterly cold winters and dry conditions, my hands have taken a turn for the worst. It seemed like no matter what I tried, I couldn’t get my hands moisturized and maintain their moisture! I tried scented, unscented, foofy lotions, cheap lotions–all of it. But nothing worked quite like Skin MD Natural!

This stuff is phenomenal! It’s light, but it feels like a protective layer is covering my hands throughout the day.  It’s fantastic! From the Skin MD Natural website: “Most moisturizers do not seal in the body’s own moisture, they artificially lubricate the outer layers of skin. When they wear off, the lubrication is gone and the original dryness remains. Sometimes this process will draw out the body’s natural moisture and contribute to the dehydration process.


Skin MD Natural has an added benefit of forming a natural barrier, sealant on the skin, keeping its own natural moisture inside. This eliminates the need for having to put an artificial moisturizer on several times during the day, as Skin MD Natural lasts a good portion of 8 hours with one application.”


I feel 100% confident using this product on my entire family, including my kids. Skin MD Natural is free of parabens, petrochemicals, dyes, and other ingredients known to irritate skin. Not only that, but they’re vegan, cruelty free, and eco-friendly. Did you know that they use 100% solar power to manufacture their product? That’s amazing in and of itself! 

Skin MD Natural healed my hands, truly. I even had slight cracking, and with a few days of regular (as in, once a day!) use, they were healed. I would absolutely recommend Skin MD Natural to anyone, dry skin or not! Keep an eye out during Giveaway May for a chance to win a bottle!

Disclosure: The review above is my own words and honest opinion. I received a product in order to complete my review. VQZQGHY9EZKP

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