Eucerin “Cozy Winter Survival Kit” November Giveaway!

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November is the time of year for holiday fun with your family! You should enjoy this special time – but as temperatures drop and air becomes dry, our skin has a tendency to lose moisture and dry out. This can especially happen when combined with the dry heat from radiators and furnaces we all love to crank up in the winter.

November is National Healthy Skin Month and to help your skin thrive against the winter Hot Beauty Health will be giving away a “Cozy Winter Survival Kit.” This care package includes amazing Eucerin products that help replenish skin’s moisture and a couple of gifts we think will be useful during cold and flu season.

Here’s some winter skin care tips:

1. When showering have the water temperature be pleasantly warm, but not hot. Hot water is very drying on skin.

2. Avoid using a body brush with sharp bristles in cold weather because it will strip your skin of its natural oils. Use a body scrub instead!

3. Use creams with higher concentrations of essential fatty acids to maintain soft and glowing skin

This month’s product spotlight: Eucerin Calming Body Wash and Calming Creme and Eucerin Plus Intensive Repair Hand Creme

  • Eucerin Calming Body Wash (8.4 oz.), is a unique body wash formulation that combines soap-free cleansing with omega oils and other natural lipids to nourish and soothe.
  • Eucerin Calming Creme (8 oz.) is a gentle, non-greasy formula that combines calming oatmeal and rich emollients to help relieve dry, itchy skin for softer, healthier-looking and more comfortable skin.
  • Eucerin Plus Intensive Repair Hand Crème (2.7 oz.) is a unique, non-greasy formula that intensively moisturizes and is enriched with buffered alpha hydroxy to gently exfoliate.

Prize:

One lucky winner will win:

  1. Eucerin Calming Creme
  2. Eucerin Calming Body Wash
  3. Eucerin Plus Intensive Repair Hand Creme
  4. a Vicks Warm Mist Humidifier
  5. a Yogi Tea Cold Season Sampler

 To Enter:

Share what tips you have to help prevent dry, itchy winter skin by leaving a comment below.

Giveaway ends Friday November 18th, 2011 at 11:55pm PT. It is open only to US, 18+ residents. The prize winner will be notified by e-mail. The winner must respond back to me within a timely manner (3 days) with a valid shipping address, or a new winner will be selected.

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118 Comments

  1. Don’t shower with too hot water, it’ll dry out your skin too much. Then when you get out of the shower, just pat the skin, not rub and then put on lotion while the skin is still damp.

  2. i try to prevent dry skin by staying well hydrated and minimizing exposed skin in the winter – plus i find a good moisturizer!

  3. I take a bath with baby oil once a week and moisturize daily as soon as I get out of the tub while my skin is still damp to avoid dry skin.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

  4. My tips are one drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. And two use lotion every day.
    stanleybilly(at)bellsouth(dot)net

  5. I make sure that I always use a moisturizer after I take a shower as well as throughout the day. This helps to keep my skin from drying out and keeps is moist and smooth.
    laura dot hopelessromantic dot emerson at gmail dot com

  6. It gets very dry in here in the winter months and I use a humidifer. I also use lots of lotion for my skin, because that gets really dry, too. Thanks for having the contest!

  7. I WILL OFTEN EITHER TAKE A BATH WITH OIL IN IT OR
    ~I WILL TURN OFF THE SHOWER & PUT OIL ON & THE GET IN THE SHOWER & RINSE IN COOL WATER!

  8. Use a daily moisturizer with SPF and a heavier one at night. For feet, I like using things with shea butter.

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