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Udderly Smooth Cream Product Review.

Updated on December 22, 2009

Mother to a toddler with severe eczema, keeping her skin moisturized is extremely vital to keeping her flare-ups at bay. I've tried just about every skin cream on the market I could think of, until one day I came across Udderly Smooth in the skin care aisle of my local shopping center.

Reading the directions, I was somewhat taken aback by the fact that it's initial use was for severe cracking and drying of a cows udder and teat due to milking. I wondered if someone had placed the product on the wrong shelf. After being reassured that it was indeed where it was supposed to be, I carefully read it's ingredients and intent, and decided to purchase it.

Boy was I pleasantly surprised, when I started applying the cream on my toddler's calloused and hardened skin (one of the skin trademarks of eczema sufferers). After just a couple of applications, I saw an almost immediate improvement in the texture and condition of her skin! This is no doubt due to one of the key ingredients - Allantoin - that Udderly Smooth possess.

Further research informed me that Allantoin: is an active ingredient in over-the-counter cosmetics, which provides the skin with a moisturizing effect by increasing the water content of the outer layer of the skin, and enhances the shedding of upper layers of dead skin cells.

In addition, it increases the smoothness of the skin; promotes cell proliferation and wound healing; and provides soothing, anti-irritant, and skin protectant effect agents. Necessary components needed to get my toddlers skin back in tip-top condition.

Greaseless and stainless, a 12oz jar of Udderly Smooth cream can be used all over the body (excluding in or near the eyes or genitals), and will set you back about $5 to $6 a jar. Hands down, it is in my opinion, the best skin cream to moisturize and keep even the most severest of dry skin soft and supple.

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    • Veronica Allen profile imageAUTHOR

      Veronica Allen 

      9 years ago from Georgia

      Really! I didn't know that! Thanks for the info.

    • donotfear profile image

      Annette Thomas 

      9 years ago from Northeast Texas

      Good as bag balm!

    • Veronica Allen profile imageAUTHOR

      Veronica Allen 

      9 years ago from Georgia

      Please let me know how if it worked for you as well. I hope it brings you great results. The only place other than that I've found it, is at Walmart.

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      Alfreta Sailor 

      9 years ago from Southern California

      You don't know how much I appreciate this. I am going out tomorrow and look for, and purchase this. Thank you, thank you, thank you.


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