Zim's Skincare Giveaway - ends 3/24

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Welcome to the Zim's SkinCare Giveaway!

Hosted by: Mommy Lesson Plans
Sponsored by: Zim's Naturally Based Products
The folks over at Perfecta Products sent me a line of Zim's® Naturally Based Products to try out and to share with one of my readers!  My favorite product was the Crack Creme® with Hydrocortisone. For years now I have had a rough, bumpy patch of skin on my left elbow, gross huh? Anyway, I have tried loads of different products to help get rid of it, like lotions and cremes. Nothing working, and most of them actually made it a little worse. I tried the Crack Creme and for the first time in ages the little bumpy patch is finally calm, not itchy or rough anymore! I would highly recommend this product to ANYONE who is suffering from skin irritations because it helped me.  I was very impressed with the entire line of Zim's  products and their efforts to create products that are formulated using organic and naturally-based ingredients, instead of using harsh chemicals.  This product line is perfect for any one who seeks natural products as a healthy alternative and in need of temporary pain relief. Try this line, or any other of Zim's great skincare products for yourself! Available at all major retail stores.

One reader will win a Zim's skincare package that includes the following: 

-Zim's Advanced Crack Creme with Hydrocortisone. This product contains organic extracts from the Aloe and Arnica plants, combined with hydrocortisone to temporarily relieve itching and rashes associated with minor skin irritations such as Insect Bites, Eczema, Psoriasis, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Sumac, Dermatitis,  Inflammation, and Dry Cracked Skin. -Zim's Advanced Gel with Acemannan and Arnica.  Acemannan is nature's purest form of Aloe Vera.  This product is to be used as a temporary skin protectant for minor cuts, scrapes, abrasions, and burns.  -Zim's Arnica Max. This creme has been specially formulated with Arnica for the temporary relief of minor aches and pains of muscles and joints associated with simple backache, arthritis, strains, bruises, and strains.   

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