Aquaphor’s Tender Loving Care For Your Skin- Not just for babies (Prize Pack Giveaway) #WorksWonders

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Aquaphor was one of the first brand names I remember other moms recommending on a message board when we were trying to conceive our first child.  It’s so great, they said.  So versatile.  Great quality.  So obviously, as time progressed and I got pregnant, and started preparing for baby, I purchased some of Aquaphor’s Baby Healing Ointment.  At first, I bought the tube.  Then I got some of the gentle baby wash and shampoo.  It wasn’t very long into my pregnancy that I discovered one of the many, many “surprises” that come along with the pregnancy hormones- skin changes.

Almost overnight my hands went from normal hands to dried up hands that felt like they were going to crack.  I was hooked.  I used the Aquaphor ointment on my hands, my feet, dry ankles, lips…everywhere.  By the time the baby came, I was on my second tube.  I got that tube, and a big tub.  Then I actually had a baby (and then two babies, and then the third baby) and we found we used Aquaphor Baby products very regularly.  When my mom started declining and started to need oxygen, I brought her a tub of Aquaphor.  She used it to soothe the irritated skin under her nose.

There are many uses for Aquaphor besides for baby care -caregivers for older children, adults and seniors who have incontinence issues can also use Aquaphor as a treatment for protection and for relief.

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I think my personal favorite application for Aquaphor’s Baby healing ointment (now that my littlest is 3) is to keep the kids lips, cheeks, nose and chin from getting chapped when playing outdoors.  We woke up to well over 3 feet of snow this morning, with drifts 6-8 feet high in places in our yard- there was nothing that would keep my kids inside.  They were ready to head outside before 7am .  Of course, they had absolutely nowhere to go since they couldn’t actually walk…but they all had Aquaphor on their little faces to protect their skin from the cold harsh wind (blizzard conditions lingering) and cold, wet snow.  I have been known to put some on my husband’s cheeks too before he heads out to snowblow the driveway.  I think I’ve done it so many times he does it on his own now!

 

 

 

Aquaphor DEFINITELY helps us to enjoy our favorite winter activity- playing outside in the snow !!!

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He was yelling into the the tunnel he dug to see if anyone in China could hear him. He’s 5. It was funny.

After a long day of playing outside, coming in to dry off and warm up, going back out…we were all pretty beat.  The kids were all in agreement that Aquaphor ROCKS! because they sent us Ice Age Continental Drift with some other goodies and we all snuggled in with blankets, hot cocoa, and enjoyed a relaxing family movie night.  I think we made a lot of memories this weekend- with the blizzard, not seeing out the bathroom window upstairs because there was a huge drift on the roof below it, playing hide and seek in the snowbanks…movie to end the day…that’s what this life is all about.

One reader will win a Bundle of Joy Package from Aquaphor including:

$50 Visa gift card, Aquaphor Baby Healing Ointment, Aquaphor Baby Wash & Shampoo, Pottery Barn picture frame, Godiva hot chocolate, a “Warmy Buddy” Penguin, and Ice Age Continental Drift (2012) DVD!
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434 comments… add one

  • We love going skiing and sledding together!

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  • We used to build snowmen and have snowball fights.

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  • We love going out in the snow.

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  • snow cones, and ice skating.

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  • Going skiing on a three day weekend or sledding on an awesome snow day!

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  • We don’t have much in the way of winter in Florida, so we just take advantage of the lower temps and lower humidity and spend as much time as we can outside. Visiting state parks to hike the trails, going for bike rides, playing outdoors. I’m from New England, I love and miss the snow so much! My kids saw snow for the first time this Christmas, they thought it was too cold, so I was outside playing in the snow by myself LOL

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  • We like to take a trip to the mountains to go in the snow the kids would take there sleds and ride down the hill drink coco

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  • Snowball fights and building snowmen

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  • My son likes to go out and go sledding, I prefer staying in the warm house and watvhing a movie

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  • My family likes to play in the snow; snowboard, saucers, snowmobile, and ski. But me; NO WAY. I do not like winter. For me, winter fun is sitting by a fire reading a GREAT book!

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  • My boys love anything outside and are just learning to snow ski. I myself am not a big fan of winter, so I prefer anything indoors.

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  • We go ice fishing!

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  • this would be great after playing in the snow !

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  • Playing in the snow!

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  • we like snowboarding

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  • my husband is obsessed with clearing snow…he says it is fun, but I don’t think so.

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  • the kids love snowball fights and building snowmen

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  • WHEN MY SONS WERE YOUNG THEY WENT SLEDDING, HAD SNOWBALL FIGHTS, BUILT FORTS ECT… I WOULD BAKE SOMETHING FOR WHEN THEY CAME, MAYBE COOKIES, BREAD, OR A CAKE.

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  • Building snow forts and having snowball fights

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  • My family doesn’t live close so I just watch tv and drink hot chocolate. connie d

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  • My kids like to go sledding and build snowmen.

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  • Cuddling up on the sofa with a blanket and hot chocolate!

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  • Lots of family movie and game nights

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  • We don’t really have winter. We like to go for walks and looks at leaves.

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  • We love going sledding!

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  • We stay in under a warm blanket and make hot chocolate.

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  • My kids love to sled and have snowball fights. I like to make armies of tiny snowpeople.

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  • We stay in and drink hot chocolate.

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  • my boys like skiing and snowboarding

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  • Snuggling on the coach under a warm blanket watching a good movie

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  • We like to watch movies or play rock band indoors. Southerners don’t like the cold weather.

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  • sledding all day then warming up together with a movie

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  • snowball fight, making a snowman and ice cream from fresh snow!

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  • Bowling or something inside because it’s too cold up here in MT!

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  • we love to play in the snow and make snow cream

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  • We love playing in the snow and then coming in and making hot chocolate and watching family movies!

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  • We don’t always get snow here, but it gets really cold and icy when we do get bad weather. That means we stay in by the fire, make hot chocolate the old fashioned way with cocoa powder, powdered sugar and milk on the stove top and lots of really good movies with popcor and a warm blanket.

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  • Building snow forts and having snowball fights

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  • snow tubing and sledding

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  • We like playing in the snow; when we’re lucky enough to get it.

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  • Our town sets up an ice rink and we love to go there as often as possible!

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  • Our idea of winter fun is going sledding whenever we get snow in GA!

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  • Our idea of winter fun is Mardi Gras or New Orleans Jazz Festival. LOL. Even living in Denver some time and here in St. louis where we’ve already had some snow,I don’t see myself out on a snow board :)

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  • Some snow activities, and staying warm!

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  • We love to play in the snow.

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  • Sledding and ice skating

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  • My family love to go tubing and sledding.

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  • We stay inside a lot during the winter because I don’t want the kids to get sick. We like things like dancing, listening to music, playing games, etc. However, it snowed once this year and they loved plyaing in it depsite the fact they all got a cold!

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  • We don’t really have a winter here so we drive up to Gatlinburg to see snow

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  • I haven’t done it in some time but lived in Michigan where my grandchildren are for many years and we liked sledding, ice skating, making snow forts, all things like that.

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