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Your skin is a protective barrier

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Your skin is a protective barrier

Your skin acts as an active and passive barrier, protecting the body against germs while protecting inner organs and vital body systems from environmental conditions, such as heat, frost, moisture and sunlight.  According to Claude Burton MD, professor of dermatology at Duke University School of Medicine, “your intact, healthy skin is your body’s primary defense against infection.”  If you let your skin get dried out and cracked, you could be giving all sorts of bacteria a way in. If untreated, cracked skin can sometimes lead to dermatitis, an inflammation of the skin, and that can lead to more serious problems.

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NOVEMBER is National Healthy Skin Month

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NOVEMBER is National Healthy Skin Month

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More is not better when applying HerillaFingerHydration

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More is not better when applying HerillaFingerHydration

Unlike using bottle after bottle of lotions and moisturizers on your skin, a single tube of HerillaFingerHydration will last a long time. Only a small pea-sized drop is needed on each affected area. The key to the success of our product is rubbing it vigorously into the affected area to help drive the carrier formula past the top layer of skin so it can deliver the hydration formula to the under-layer portion of the skin.         INITIAL TREATMENT: When first starting HerillaFingerHydration, rub 1 or 2 small pea-sized drops vigorously into the crack (heels and elbows may require more), for at least 1 minute,...

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