Living in sunny Florida in the spring and summer can wreck havoc on your skin. Whether you get sunburned and want to avoid peeling or the heat is drying your skin our Aquaphor healing ointment is here to save the
day err skin. Dry, chapped skin comes along with summer fun in the sun. Living at a beach we are constantly in the sun during the warm months. We take the usual precautions to keep skin at it’s best with sunscreen for the long hours in the heat but that doesn’t always save us from dry skin. Also with spring/summer comes more outside times for the kid which means cuts and scraps. So as mom I need something that takes care of both dry skin and cuts/scrapes.
Bring in the Aquaphor healing ointment….
Aquaphor healing ointment can be used to treat minor cuts and scrapes as well as chapped/cracked skin and lips. During the cold weather it can also help ward off the effects of wind and cold weather. It’s great for all seasons. I love to keep in handy in my purse for the above mentioned cuts. My daughter is the active one and there is not a day where you don’t see a scrape or cut on her so I can clean it off and apply just a bit of the ointment to protect the cut until we get home.
Another product that I am in love with from Aquaphor is their lip repair treatment:
Florida beach fun can make kisses with my husband not so enjoyable when my lips get dry and chapped from hours spent playing in the sun. Thanks to Aquaphor lip repair that worry is no more. I use the lip repair several times daily and it keeps my lips smooth and soft, sneaking a sweet kiss from my guy is perfect and pain free! My kids also deal with peeling lips from sun dry out during the summer and this is perfect for them as well. They can apply a bit and go about their fun. It truly is a lip saver. During the hot, humid months here on the gulf coast we will be getting a lot of use out of the Aquaphor products and I am sure my skin will thank me!
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