Here at OpinionMom we love to try new things. So when Pete Grimaldi of 21st Century Formulations asked if I’d review his company’s lotion, Skin MD Natural, I gladly said yes.
Little did Pete realize that he was sending his lotion to someone with skin as dry as the Sahara desert. Okay, maybe not totally, but I live in Texas and dry skin is a real problem for me. If the heat outside doesn’t dry out my skin, then the constant exposure to air-conditioned air will.
My dry skin is why I eagerly opened the package that contained the Skin MD lotion as soon as it arrived in the mail. I was immediately pleased by the light scent of the product, which smelled clean to me. (Skin MD contains no added fragrances, so what I was smelling was the natural aroma of the product’s ingredients.)
The Skin MD lotion was much thinner in texture than any other lotion that I’ve used. In fact, the first few times that I used it I applied way too much lotion on my hands and had to rub it up my arms and even on my neck. You truly only need to apply a small amount of this lotion!
We have several members of the family with eczema and sensitive skin. In fact, one of my daughters has such sensitive skin that we can only buy detergent without dyes or perfumes or her skin will break out in a rash.
After I had used the Skin MD lotion for several weeks without any problems, I turned my entire family (even those with sensitive skin) into reviewers right along with me. I was pleased to note that no one, not even those family members with sensitive skin, had any negative reaction to the product. (That may not seem like much, but if you have sensitive skin it’s HUGE!!!)
Since using the Skin MD Natural lotion I have noticed a slight softening and smoothing of my dry skin. My skin definitely feels less tight now. I also have to mention the clean smell of the product one more time. I just love that smell!
As I was examining the product labeling to write this review I was pleased to notice that, not only is the product hypoallergenic (which is why my daughter could use it), but the label also states “no animal products or testing.” Since I’m a pet owner it makes me feel a lot better to know that no animals were harmed in the creation of this product.
If you have dry skin Skin MD Natural might be worth checking in to. If you want more information you can go to their website at www.SkinMDNatural.com or view this very interesting YouTube video that Pete sent me, which explains in detail how the product works.
Have you tried this product? If you’ve tried it, I’m interested in knowing what you think of it. Leave a comment and let me know.
(Disclosure: A product sample was provided by an agent for Skin Md.)
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