I recently had the chance to work with Udderly Smooth and review their lotions.. As most of you know my Dad and Husband are both on chemo so I needed something that would keep their skin moisturized since the Chemo takes a harsh toll on their skin. Udderly Smooth sent me a very generous kit to review. Here are a few details about the company..
Udderly Smooth is included any many chemo kits now to help with keeping the patients skin moisturized. You can read more about that here.
Udderly Smooth is:
Family owned and operated, Redex Industries, has manufactured Udderly Smooth® products for over 30 years. Manufactured in Salem, Ohio, under the direct guidance of Bill Kennedy, CEO and Registered Pharmacist. Originally invented for use on dairy cows and now used for dry and chapped skin
Udderly Smooth® Udder Cream was originally invented in Ohio use on dairy cows under harsh conditions. Now used for dry and chapped skin on people worldwide . Product uses also include:* Dry and chapped skin* As a shaving lotion* Diabetes skin care* Hand and Foot Syndrome- a side effect of chemotherapy drugs* Chamois cream for bicyclists* Needlework and quilting
We have been using this product for over a month now and are very pleased with the results. There are numerous testimonials on their page you can check out as well. It's not a heavy lotion and rubs right into the skin. There is no greasy after feel to it which is great. Overall we couldn't be happier with Udderly Smooth and I highly recommend it!
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