(PRWEB) March 19, 2013
The weather outside is bringing low-humidity conditions inside, and winter just won't seem to let up. This cold dry air has been stealing the moisture right from under everyone's noses - and everywhere else skin is exposed.
People try to find shelter in the warmth of their home, but heaters dry out the air indoors, tightening skin even further. It seems like there are fewer and fewer places for skin to hide. Winter is no place for temporary hydration or weak skin care formulas, parched skin needs a powerful solution.
Some folks try to escape to a warmer climate somewhere far away. Unfortunately, the cabin conditions in an airplane won't do dry skin any favors. Cracking, flaking, and breaking are just some of the uncomfortable symptoms that result, and nobody shouldn't let that fly.
The remedy for dry skin, rashes and itchy skin is in a noteworthy formula created by Columbia Skincare and tested by dermatologists. Their unique blend of botanicals, vitamins and minerals protects and soothes while stimulating the growth of new cells to bring back younger looking skin. Highly effective ingredients including concentrated aloe, enzymes and amino acids alleviate cracking, drying, and itchiness and keep skin looking vibrant. Their unique moisturizer formula restores your cells ability to produce the natural hydration that is necessary to maintain healthy skin.
Here are 5 reasons why Columbia healing cream is essential to irritated skin:
Lastly but most significantly, Columbia Healing Cream has been rigorously researched, developed and tested by dermatologists. Clinical tests at a leading American research laboratory measured statistically significant skin moisturization values after only 14 days of use. 100% of the test subjects reported that Columbia Healing Cream left their skin looking and feeling hydrated, softer, smoother, younger, silky and more elastic after the 2 week trial.
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