Dry skin in the winter that results in my fingers literally splitting open is something I have my mom to thank for. It happens every year no matter what I do. I apply copious amounts of cream, drinks loads of water, sleep with hand cream and gloves on and use dish gloves when washing a large sink of dishes. No matter what my fingers split. I suppose because misery loves company, the skin on the rest of my body follows suit, including my lips. Unfortunately I have also passed this along to Morris and Rose. Poor kids have chronic dry skin which gets much worse in the winter months. How to cure dry skin
How to cure dry skin
This year I was sent The Green Beaver Company Dry Skin Therapy line. Gamerchanger. I use the face cream daily, the lip balm whenever I need it, and the body cream on my hands (and on any other dry skin) before bed.
Since Green Beaver is a Canadian company, they are familiar with cold, dry winters. They created this line specifically for the treatment of dry itchy skin. The Boreal Dry Skin Therapy line is formulated using Canadian grown Labrador tea and Shea butter. I find it incredibly moisturizing without being the least bit greasy.
Like all their other products I now swear by, it smells amazing and WORKS! I joke that if nothing else comes of these blog posts I’ve written about this company, they’ve found a lifelong customer in me!
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by The Green Beaver Company. In exchange for this post, I have received perks in the form of products and/or compensation. As always all opinions on this blog are my own. I only partner with products and services that I honestly love and want to recommend to you.