Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Got Rough Skin? Try Zim's Crack Creme!

This is a post sponsored by Zim's Products. 

Hi friends! Today I have a product that I am pretty excited about. This isn't something like a new product or tech gadget, but it is a really nice beauty item. Zim's is a company that sells naturally-based products. If you browse their website you will notice something called, Zim's Crack Creme. And this is the product I was sent to review. I was also sent the Max-Freeze but haven't quite had a reason to use it. Hopefully that will come up soon.

For the Crack Creme, I wasn't quite sure what to expect. I use a lot of different lotions and have found one that I enjoy and it seems to work for me. So I was kind of iffy on using this one and if it would work well. I like something that is rich but not too greasy. It just makes me feel nasty if my hands feel like they have a grease on them for 20 minutes after I have put it on. So, my expectations were high and I was not disappointed. This is a very rich lotion that is mainly to be used for really cracked and rough skin. It was originally made for cement workers and those people who have work hardened hands. You know the people I am talking about.

On my hands it lasted longer than I thought it would. I like to work outside and I also play volleyball and racquetball which can be hard on the hands. I applied the creme and my first thought was that I liked the scent. It is very subtle and not overpowering. Any guy could use this without a problem and the ladies might like that it is a light scent. The other thing I really liked was how well it worked. I used this once a day for about a week or so and by the end of that time, I had no rough spots and no callouses at all. It is rich but light.

So overall I was impressed with this product. Zim's seems to sell quality natural based items that would fit in any cabinet. Check them out for your skin needs.

**DISCLOSURE: I was given a free product in exchange for an honest review. No other compensation was given, and all thoughts are 100% mine. Please read my full disclosure policy HERE.**

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