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ENTER TO WIN: Eucerin $100 Visa Card and “Twelve Days Of Skin Care” Prize Pack

‘Tis the season to moisturize! With a New Year right around the corner, it’s never too late to take charge of your skin with Eucerin!

As you reflect on the past year and look forward to the next, commit to putting the health of your skin first. It’s so important and it just makes you feel that much better when your skin is looking and feeling great. Skin stress that appears during the holidays can be the result of a lack of moisture, especially if you live in a colder climate like I do on Long Island.

Here are 12 days of skin tips to give your skin the beautiful and healthy-looking holiday glow you and I know it deserves:

1)      Cold, dry, winter weather can be tough on your hands, wear gloves to help keep them protected against harsh winter elements.

2)      Keep your showers short and sweet and use lukewarm water. Bathing for long periods in hot water can cause skin to lose natural oils and nutrients. I know that I take TOO HOT of a shower.

3)      Winter can wreak havoc on your skin because there is less moisture in the air, low humidity. Give your skin a boost and run a humidifier at night to help add moisture. This is so key…the heat in the house really does dry you out big time.

4)      Relieve dryness associated with frequent hand washing by washing with lukewarm water, using a gentle soap, and applying moisturizer right after drying your hands. There are so many great soaps these days that do wonders with moisturizer!

5)      3 steps to revive dry feet. 1) Remove dry, flaky skin with a pumice stone. 2) Apply a rich moisturizer, like Eucerin’s Aquaphor Healing Ointment before bed. 3) Throw on a pair of socks to lock in the moisture and go to sleep! Socks or tights are so key!

6)      Try Eucerin Calming Crème (with oatmeal) to help dry, itchy skin this season.

7)      Chemicals and allergens in certain makeups, perfumes, soaps, and detergents can cause skin irritation. Avoid products that you know have irritated your skin and use gentle cleansers!

8)      Snow reflects sunlight, making it important to wear an SPF product like Eucerin Daily Protection Moisturizing Face Lotion SPF 30 all year round for protection from UVA and UVB rays.

9)      Coarse fabrics can cause itchiness if you have sensitive skin. Go for something silky! Maybe a little cashmere for the cold??

10)   Getting a full six to eight hours of sleep is important for your overall well-being and helps your skin look its best. Get to bed early to get plenty of shut-eye

11)   Tame chapped lips. For lip hydration, try applying a few drops of olive oil and honey or pick up Aquaphor Lip Repair + Protect SPF 30. Aquaphor is awesome, it really works so well.

12)   Wind can act like sandpaper when constantly hitting exposed skin. Protect skin with a rich moisturizer and bundle up with hats and scarves.

To help combat these issues, maybe you should try out Eucerin Smoothing Repair Dry Skin Lotion (16.9 fl. oz.)! It’s a unique, fast absorbing lotion that combines Ceramide-3, skin’s own moisturizers, and Gluco-Glycerol to improve the condition of skin and help fight dryness at the source. It’s:

o   Dermatologist recommended

o   Provides intense moisture for skin that looks and feels immediately hydrated

o   Strengthens the skin’s barrier to lock in moisture

o   Improves moisture reserves to help prevent dryness from recurring for healthy looking skin

o   Fast absorbing, non-greasy

o   The product is highly effective and has been granted the Good Housekeeping Seal. If it doesn’t work as claimed Good Housekeeping will replace or refund the purchase price.

You should visit the Eucerin US Facebook page to keep up with all the latest news and info.  You can also receive a samples when you like the Eucerin Facebook page (www.facebook.com/EucerinUS). You will also find great tips and personalized recommendations from Eucerin dermatologists!

One (1) lucky Lady and the Blog readers will receive a “Healthy Skin Habits Kit” on behalf of Eucerin!!! This care package includes amazing Eucerin products along with moisturizing gloves, pumice stone, and a $100 Visa Gift Card to help improve your skin habits.  We want to be sure your holidays (and skin!) stay merry and bright! 

How do I enter? You have a few options AND EACH COUNTS AS ONE ENTRY. There is NO LIMIT to the number of times a reader can enter (via any of the entry channels) this contest. Please leave a comment for each entry, and include your email in each comment as well:

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Lady and the Blog LLC received compensation provided by Eucerin to host this giveaway. The giveaway is open to US Residents 18 years and over only.

 

Vera
Vera Sweeney, mom, blogger, social media influencer and New York resident, is the founder of LadyAndTheBlog.com. She is considered one of the top female digital influencers in today’s social media space. Her lifestyle and parenting brand helps busy women stay on top of the latest trends in fashion, food, family and travel.

148 Comments

  1. The skin around my fingers cracks and bleeds. Not attractive, and certainly not pleasant. My mom puts vaseline on her hands & wears socks to bed, but I can’t sleep with socks on my hands…

  2. Dry feet and chapped lips. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

  3. My skin gets scaly and dry looking. NOT pretty! LOL And my lips get so chapped. Yuck! I love Eucerin products! They do work so well on dry skin.

  4. Ooops, forgot to leave my e-mail in my comment. millimeow AT gmail DOT COM

    Thanks!

  5. My biggest issue is dry skin….forgot my email ….weeziestoy at centurylink dot net….

  6. I have Raynaud’s syndrome, associated with a systemic lupus overlap disorder. I am beyond high intensity pain in the cold.

  7. Lips tend to get more chapped and i bite them allot, plus my skin gets more drier than usual!!

  8. Very dry skin – I just soak in Eucerin and it is the only product that works – Hoping you and yours are fine

  9. My finger tips crack open, my skin is so dry and flaky, my skin itches. I have very sensitive dry skin and cold weather makes it ten times worse. Thanks for chance to win.

  10. My skin gets so dry right down to my scalp and with that gets so itchy.

    sethandtjay (at) yahoo (dot) com

  11. My main issues are dry patchy skin and blister lips.

    Happy Holidays!!!

    jojobeautyguide at gmail dot om

  12. my legs, arms and , feet and hands get so dry and cracked sometimes. its a nightmare.

  13. My biggest issue is such very dry and flaky skin…my dermatologist recommends Eucerin for me

  14. My biggest problem is overly dry skin – especially my hands – during the winter.

  15. My hands are soo dry they crack. I’m having to wear band aids on my knuckles at night because they hurt soo bad!

  16. dry skin so dry i itch and itch also my 5yr old has eczema and suffer really bad in the winter

  17. my skin gets dry from weather exposure. doesn’t matter if it’s winter or summer…..Eucerin is a great product to combat it.

  18. I am a nurse and my hands get so dry and chapped through the winter. I used Eucerin products multiple times daily to help my dry, chapped hands!

  19. My biggest issue with the cold is that it makes my hands and lips so dry and red.

  20. The biggest issue with the cold for me is my neck. I try to wear scarves to cover and protect my neck from the cold; however forgetting to put one on when I am in a hurry for work is a mess. I do not know what it is but if I do not have my neck covered I get sick. The cold is no fun for me.

  21. All 3 girls have sensitive skin. The baby gets severely dry skin on her body. They have a severe allergy to cold air, which means if I don’t layer them up with a great lotion, they will break out in hives. Hope this helps.

  22. My biggest issue is moisturizing. Dry skin runs in the family, and gets worse in the winter.

  23. My biggest issue is dry skin! Im sure everyone has the same issue, but for me it is so uncomfortable! It isnt only dry, but so so itchy! Everywhere! Nothing I use really helps! Parts of my leg actually scabs from me scratching so much! Ive tried also to always end my shower with 2 minutes of cool water. Still no help! Crossing fingers. Ive used Eucerin for my son and that helps his dry skin!

  24. My daughter loves the foot cream, in the summer when swimming in the water and on cement her feet get dry

  25. We used Eucerin ALL the time! 2 of my children have eczema and terribly dry skin all year. They prefer Eucerin over all other lotions/ointments.

  26. My biggest issue with the cold? It’s that it always leaves my skin dry, cracked, and flaky.

  27. My skin gets UBER dry during the cold, wintry season. Sometimes it gets so dry it cracks and bleeds, and it hurts a lot, especially on the bottoms of my feet! I always have @EucerinUS at home but I go through so many bottles of these I would love to win some! Thanks for the chance!!

  28. dry itchy skin. I try to keep on top of it by moisturizing all the time, but if I forget even a few times it gets bad.

  29. My skin gets super dry in the winter and it’s very painful when it begins to crack. Thanks for the giveaway!

  30. My biggest problem with the COLD is that my skin looks cracked and dry like the mojave desert! Oh and the ITCHing drives me (and my hubz) crazy! (Email: [email protected])

  31. i have really bad cold weather allergies, my nose runs all the time and i get a lot of sinus pressure, my skin also gets super dry!

  32. I am a lady and the blog facebook fan – we are supposed to be leaving comments as to which ways we entered right? Thanks!

  33. My biggest issue is flaking legs, I look like I have dandruff every time I take off my pants or socks.

  34. dry skin and taking too long to warm up! Love the south though as cold here is mostly at night… and our 50’s for cold is warm to others!
    Cathy B*****y pbprojecthope at yahoo dot com @projecthope7

  35. My biggest issue with the cold is parched, moisture starved skin!
    treneebarker at hotmail dot com

  36. The winter weather interferes with my outdoor walking.
    Thank you.

    barbara dot montyj at gmail dot com

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