Vaseline Clinical Therapy Lotion - Product Review

February 3, 2009

OK, so it's lotion. I know, I know... but it's not the girlie-smelling lotion that mixes multiple unknown fruits, nuts and weeds to make a fragrant, "smell-it-from-a-mile-away" type lotion. When a sample of the Vaseline Intensive Rescue Clinical Therapy (yup, a mouthful) lotion showed up at my door, I was interested to see how well it would work with my typically-cracked and bleeding Winter-time knuckles. Like many people who live and play in the high mountain desert, my hands and feet suffer year-round, but especially during the winter months. I don't know how many pairs of ski gloves I've put my hands into only to bleed at the knuckle in them all day long. Sometimes it gets to the point where it's literally painful to grab my ski poles or grab the handlebars of my bike. Cracking and bleeding knuckles have just been a part of my Winter routine... until now. Vaseline Clinical Therapy Lotion Review I decided to put it to the test and use this lotion on a regular basis, as suggested. I've put it on my hands and feet nightly and after getting out of the shower. I really like that it has no fragrance and that it's non-greasy. It goes on smooth and leaves my hands refreshed and moist, but not slick-feeling. The formulation is touted as prescription-strength without a prescription and while I've never once had a prescription for lotion, I don't think I would ever need one so long as I'm using this product. I've also had my wife using it on her feet and we've also used it on my daughter's dry, Winter cheeks. We've noticed dramatic improvements in all instances! The bottom line... yes, it's lotion, but the stuff works extremely well! I can't believe the difference I've seen this winter. My hands and especially my knuckles have been moist and uncracked since regularly using this lotion. More Info: Visit

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