Wednesday, January 07, 2009

Vaseline Clinical Therapy Review & Giveaway

I have been pretty fortunate to have soft and smooth hands for most of my life. (Does that mean I don't work hard enough?) However, my knees and my elbows are another story completely. In fact, they are so bad that they snag my clothing a lot of times. I can forget about sleeping in silk sleep pants during the winter because my knees literally hurt from all the snagging.

That is all changing though. Now that I've tried Vaseline Clinical Therapy lotion, I'm starting to see and a feel a huge difference. This stuff really works! Even my 9 year old, who complains about itchy, dry skin all winter long has enjoyed using it and her complaining now focuses on other things instead.

Clinical Therapy lotion is a new, prescription-strength product from Vaseline. I think the story how this lotion made it to the shelves is so interesting.

It started in Kodiak; one of Alaska's many small towns, with a population of 6,000. Due to the location, Kodiak endures an extremely icy climate leaving many of its residents with dull, dry and cracking skin. This very reason is why Vaseline thought the demographic would be perfect to demonstrate the effectiveness of Clinical Therapy Lotion.

Vaseline turned to Petal Ruch, a voice coach and 50-year-old mother of four, who tried the product and felt it really worked, to start a word-of-mouth campaign for new Vaseline Clinical Therapy Lotion. If she liked it, she could then freely "prescribe" it to anyone else she thought needed it. Through word-of-mouth, her experience spread to more than 600 townspeople—including 39 cousins, a Russian music group, a knife maker, police detective, owners of fishing vessels, and many others-- whom also discovered that Clinical Therapy works.

View her story here.

Clinical Therapy Lotion provides 60% more moisture than a prescription lotion, and is available without a prescription. The best part is that it's not greasy, watered down or too thick and is available lightly fragranced and unfragranced making Clinical Therapy great for the entire family.

Vaseline has also released some great videos on YouTube from some of the other residents in Kodiak who tried the lotion with fantastic results. I really related to this one because her skin snags on her clothes too.

Vaseline has offered to send a sample of 2 bottles (fragranced or unfragranced - you choose) to one of my readers. If you'd like to prescribe yourself or someone you know with this amazing lotion, leave me a comment on this post. You can receive one extra entry each for doing any or all of the following: subscribe to my blog, follow my blog on blogger, tweet this giveaway on twitter, or stumble any of my posts. Just make sure you come back here and let me know which of the above you've done. If you already subrscribe or follow, just mention that for a second entry.

I'll announce the winner Monday, January 12th.

Thanks to Family Review Network for this review and giveaway opportunity!

41 comments:

Mom24 9:39 PM  

I would love to win this. My hands are so, so dry.

carogonza 11:06 PM  

Hubby has such dry skin during winter that I would love to win this for him.

The Giveaway Diva 11:29 PM  

this would be awesome! my skin gets so dry sometimes! =(

Kate,  11:47 PM  

i would love to win this! Dry skin is so hard to deal with! =(

glittergurl04 @hotmail.com

soon to be MRS. K 11:52 PM  

I have the driest hands- this would really help. Thanks

creative gal 12:37 AM  

Would love to try it!! I already subsribe. . . PS: I love the jacket you purchased! :o)

Mama Bear 2:40 AM  

My fingers, for reason - just the tips, are so 'rugged' that they snag on everything too. It's so bad that I don't even want to touch my 15 month old's delicate skin for fear my own is too rough. :(

I would LOVE to try this lotion.

Mama Bear 2:40 AM  

I subscribe!

quitecontrary1977 2:53 AM  

I go through a big bottle of lotion a week just to keep my skin from bursting open from dryness! And Vaseline is still the best lotion out there!

quitecontrary1977@hotmail.com

Sue Schmidt,  6:40 AM  

Thanks for the opportunity to win this great lotion. I have eczema, as do my daughter and grand daughter (darned old genes) and welcome a new product to try. Just found your blog through "Rocks in my dryer" and subscribed to you, today! Yay!

Kat 7:01 AM  

I love this product, and highly recommend. Hope to win.

Sheila 7:56 AM  

My favorite lotion for years (Pacquin) has been discontinued and I'm on my last jar. I live in Colorado and really need a good quality lotion. I would love to try this one.

I think you absolutely made the right choice on the jacket and I experience the same thing you do with buying things for myself. I never hesitate for my kids, or even for my husband, but I'm always hesitant for myself. I know my husband doesn't want me to be that way, and I can see yours doesn't either. :)

Veronica 8:10 AM  

With the winter months, my hands are always extremely dry so I would love to give these a try. Thanks for a great giveaway :)

Gina 8:23 AM  

My husband's hands are dry and cracked year round, but in the winter it is so much worse! I would love for him to try this!

Gina 8:23 AM  

I'm a subscriber too!

Steph 8:24 AM  

I would love to win! My hands get so dry in the winter.

ms0812@zoominternet.net

Michele@Philoxenos 9:25 AM  

I would love to get some new lotion. My hands are painfully dry at the moment.

Melissa 9:58 AM  

This sounds so nice!! I would love to be entered into this. My hands and feet get so dry that they crack open. My hands are terrible even with wearing gloves in water. I do subscribe to your blog. Even if I don't win I'm going to have to check out that lotion.

lafondsi 9:59 AM  

My hands get so dry in the winter and with a new baby on the way I'm sure I will be washing my hands even more frequently, which doesn't help!

Tonya 10:05 AM  

My hands are usually fine.But my hubby works out in the weather at least part of every day.He loves lotion(surprising,I know)and this would be great for him.

Tonya 10:06 AM  

I subscribe via Google reader.

Anonymous,  10:30 AM  

This is the first year my knuckles are so chapped that they occasionally bleed! Must have something to do with mommyhood and thinking other things are more important to spend money on.

Enjoy your coat. A good warm one is worth nearly any price.

lenhart2@netscape.com

Christina 10:52 AM  

sweet! the Montana dry cold often leaves my hands painfully chapped.

cherice,  1:57 PM  

This would be great.... my hands would thank you lol!

chericehodges@gmail.com

Stacie 2:45 PM  

My hands are always so dry that they bleed and I think this would really help.

Stacie 2:45 PM  

I subscribe.

Stacie 2:46 PM  

I follow on blogger.

Stacie 2:46 PM  

I tweeted the giveaway. I am mysticconn.

Melissa 3:09 PM  

Oh, I would looooove this. I keep trying lotions. My hands are cracked and bleeding. Pick me! Pick me!

Anonymous,  6:23 PM  

I would love to try this lotion. Thanks!

K. C.
kccuties(at)gmail(dot)com

Anonymous,  6:23 PM  

Oh, I have been wanting to try this lotion! Thank you!

Karen
klnlovesmickey(at)yahoo(dot)com

Robyn 6:24 PM  

Our hands are so dry this time of year! I'd love to try it.
Thanks for the giveaway!

cpullum 10:18 PM  

I would like to try this on my kids! They have dry cracked skin!
Carla
cpullum(at)yahoo(dot)com

Christianfrog 6:04 PM  

I would love to try this on my son, he has the worst skin (thanks to his grandma!)

Jinxy and Me 2:30 AM  

I need this for my dry winter skin!

Jinxy and Me 2:30 AM  

I'm following you in Blogger!

Sue D 3:50 PM  

We use a lot of lotion in our house--I would like to try this.
slrdowney at hotmail dot com

nanja 12:38 AM  

Love to win this Right now my skin is soaking up lotion like a sponge. Dry dry dry!
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nanja 12:39 AM  

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