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George's Cream

George Doherty, a pharmacist and entrepreneur, created George's Special Dry Skin Cream over 15 years ago. He was looking to create a cream that could help people from Alberta be able to combat dry skin during the harsh winters. Now George's Cream is available across Canada, including the east coast.
George's Cream is a homegrown formula that has a reputation for controlling dry, itchy, scaly skin. It also helps with skin problems such as eczema, psoriasis, and common ailments like wind or sun burns.

George's Cream is a fragrance-free, non-prescription therapeutic skin moisturizer that has no additives. It is recommended by dermatologists, pharmacists and physicians.
Provides relief from the following:
  • Eczema
  • Psoriasis 
  • Sunburn
  • Windburn
  • Cradle Cap
  • Winter Itch
  • Flaky Skin
  • Tough Elbow Skin
  • Radiation Therapy
  • Sports Chafing (Runners, Cyclists)
  • Swimmer's Itch
  • Cry Hands and Cracked Cuticles
  • And Foot Problems Associated with Diabetes
Available at grocery, mass merchandise and drug stores nationwide including Shoppers Drug Mart and Loblaws. Or visit the website for more information.

George's Cream on Facebook & @Georges_Cream on Twitter.


My Opinion:
Even though I am the diabetic and my skin always needs moisturizing, it's the hubby that's always on the lookout for a good moisturizing cream or lotions for his dry hands. So I gave him the tube, and took the pump, which is the "lighter" version of the cream he used.
A perfect amount goes into your hand every time from the pump. I really appreciated it didn't give too much and was wasteful. It was just enough to condition both of my hands. I tell you though, for fragrance-free, I sure smelled something. It was very light, and gradually went away, but initially smelled like beer. Despite the smell, which wore off in minutes, the lotion was not greasy at all and left my hands feeling super soft. I was amazed though at how fast my hands absorbed the lotion. It was like my skin needed a drink and finally got hydrated. So it became my new routine, after each time I wash my hands or after bathing I use George's 
Cream. My hands have never felt softer!
The hubby is sold too! He says, and I quote, "It feels like I have a protective glove on." That's a good sign to me that it works!!
If you have problematic, dry skin, you should definitely invest in George's Cream. It is by far the best lotion I have used. 




5/5


DISCLAIMER: I received product for review. I was not compensated. All opinions are my own.

Comments

  1. Thanks for the info on this cream Freda! I am always looking for cream/lotion for my mom (she and I are both diabetic) and it's so hard to find something that works well without feeling like you've fallen into a vat of oil. I'll definitely have to check this lotion out!

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