Medline Remedy Phytoplex Skin Cream and Protectant Wipes Review
I am a crafter, and as a crafter I end up washing my hands many times, and this can cause them to dry and crack. It also happens when I do not drink enough water. As I have approached the age I am currently (almost 6 months into 40) I realize that keeping my skin and hands healthy is paramount next to my internal health.
I have done previous reviews for Shoplet in the past and each time I discover a useful item and this product review is no different.
The Medline Remedy Phytoplex Nourishing Skin Protectant Barrier Cream Cloths are thick and soft clothes. The clothes come or pre-moistened but that they are not sopping wet, but rather nicely moistened. The clothes leave skin feeling clean and moisturized and the cloths are non-irritating, non-sensitizing and have been pediatrician and dermatologist tested. The only precaution is that these are NOT flushable, so keep that in mind when using them. Each package has 8 thick pre-moistened cloths per package.
Medline Remedy Phytoplex Nourishing Skin Cream – Moisturizer smells so good, I had to mention that first. I used this lotion and about 8 hours later, despite washing my hands, I still had the scent on my hands from the lotion. This is one of the most subtly good smelling lotions I have sampled. In addition to the awesome smell, this lotion contains soy, blue-green algae, green tea and clove.
Medline products range from bandages to wheelchairs and everything in between and each of these Medline products are safe for medical patients and non-medical patients.
I have already noticed a difference in my hands, despite the few uses i have used. My hands feel more moisturized and feel soft to the touch! I love that a lotion can reverse the years of torture my hands have been through! If you are looking for safe, nourishing wipes or lotion then Medline’s products are your answer.
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Let me start by saying that the products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Medline and Shoplet. This post may contain affiliate links, but this in no way will effect the opinion stated in the review.