Monday, June 4, 2012

Udderly Smooth Review & GIVEAWAY! (closed)

Udderly Smooth

A little about Udderly Smooth...taken from their website.

Made in the USA for over thirty years, Udderly Smooth® products contain rich moisturizing ingredients. Not your average moisturizing lotion- Udderly Smooth® can be used on Dry Skin, Cracked Skin, for Diabetes Foot Care, as a Facial Moisturizer, as a General Moisturizing Lotion and many other uses.

Pioneered by a Pharmacist, reasonably priced and made in America’s heartland. Use Udderly Smooth® daily for smooth, soft skin head to toe.

Look for the lotion with the black and white cow spots. Try it and get Udderly Smooth®

Product Uses Also Include:

* Dry and chapped skin

* As a shaving lotion

* Diabetes skin care

* Hand and Foot Syndrome- a side effect of chemotherapy drugs

* Chamois cream for bicyclists

* Needlework and quilting


Udderly Smooth Shea Butter Foot Cream

I've been using this at night with a generous amount all over my feet with B&BW socks on to lock in the moisture. The next morning it had completely soaked into my feet and it is the softest I've ever felt my feet. You know in the Winter and Summer months you sometimes go barefoot or if you are on your feet a lot like me where I've been walking and hiking more it puts more wear and tear on my pitiful feet. So, this cream felt so good and was so nice to my feet to bring them back to life. The consistency is a thicker one, but it makes for better moisture.

Udderly Smooth Udder Cream

Lightly scented and a thick consistency. It's great for your elbows if they are chapped or chapped skin in general. It helps to soften up those sore spots on the body. I've been using this product on my elbows and it's helped them majorly as to where they would hurt if id set my elbows on anything. 

Udderly Smooth Vitamin E Cream

This lotion is great because it contains Vitamin E and other moisturizers to help keep the skin jam-packed with moisture without the greasy feeling. None of the Udderly Smooth products I've used have ever had a greasy feel to them. This cream is good for the decollete, the stomach, arms .. anywhere that may lack moisture and Vitamin E is what is put in a lot of stretch mark creams to help minimize the look of stretch marks so I've been using this on my tummy. 

Udderly Smooth Moisturizing Lotion

With Vitamin E

Designed for use on dairy cows. Udderly Smooth moisturizes, smooths roughness and softens skin. This lotion is more of a lighter water based consistency rather than thick like the rest, but it penetrates your skin deeply. You can feel it sink right into the skin. It's great for use on hands and body. 

Diabetes can also impact the skin. Over 1/3 of diabetics will encounter diabetes related skin conditions. If caught early enough, the skin issues can be treated.

Regular skin care is crucial to minimize skin conditions. Udderly Smooth® Udder Cream can be included into the diabetic's twice daily foot care regimen. Udderly Smooth® Foot Cream and Udderly Smooth® Foot Cream with Shea Butter are well suited for diabetes foot care.

I've used the original Udderly Smooth hand cream for years and this is the first time testing any of the other products and I think they are all lovely and it's something I think everyone should look into. It's a well-known brand and has been around for years. 


Udderly Smooth is not a seasonal product and is regularly shipped to our suppliers found throughout the United States, Canada and a few other countries.
Udderly Smooth has distinctive black and white cow-spotted containers. Retail stores will usually stock Udderly Smooth in the pharmacy, first aid, travel/trial or skin care departemnt. You may also find Udderly Smooth Udder Cream at hardware stores, specialty or craft and quilting shops.

The Companies at Udderly Smooth let me host a Giveaway for you guys! You will win an assortment of goodies from Udderly Smooth. 

You will have 48 hours to respond to the Giveaway with your information if you are chosen as a winner!

*These products were sent to me as apart of a review, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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