Saturday, August 20, 2011

Balmer's Naturals Monkey Balm Review and Giveaway Open to US and Canada. Ends 9/2

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I am the mother of 3 wonderful boys, each with terribly dry-skin and eczema.  They would scratch that itchy dry skin to the point it would bleed.  Living the Mountain West didn’t help either, with the super dry climate and extreme temperature swings. 
After years of trying every over-the-counter and prescription cream under the sun to help my poor little Monkeys, I found out about Sea Buckthorn Oil.  Its used in many luxury Asian and European skin care products and natural skin treatments due to its unique power to heal damaged skin and protect it from the elements. 
We (my husband and I) started experimenting with simple, effective methods to deliver this miraculous oil to the sensitive skin of our kids.  After a few years of trial and error, we finally nailed it.  Monkey Balm is the culmination of many different formulas and application methods.  It’s the perfect combination of an effective, “no-stingy” formula, the main ingredient being sea buckthorn fruit and seed oils, and a simple, easy to use application “stick” that lasts longer than any cream or salve I have ever tried.
It is of utmost importance to me and my family to use only the most natural, safe, chemical-free products and food.  That is why the ingredients in Monkey Balm are 100% natural.  The sea buckthorn oils are 100% CERES certified organic and come from a sustainable, fair-trade source in the Himalayan mountains.
Though this product has been specially designed to be mild and safe for kids – as young as newborns – its great for adults as well.   We use it for run-of-the-mill dry skin, cracked heels and knuckles, scrapes and burns, and even insect bites.  

We had tried many different things on dry skin, my husband gets super dry patches from working in a factory when the weather here is cold, and my son has eczema so between the two, I have seem more then my fair share of products that are supposed to soften and don't.  Balmer's naturals Monkey Balm has proven it's self,I have tried it on a stubborn patch of my son's eczema, I love how easy it is to smooth this on, and the fact that Monkey Balm comes in a stick really helps to. 
Monkey Balm Sea Buckthorn Eczema Balm
I saw a difference in Z's stubborn patch of Eczema in a couple days, and with in 4 it was gone, the website does say 3, but it really was a stubborn patch. I can't wait to use Monkey Balm this winter on my kids. Winters in Michigan defiantly bring on chapped cheeks and super dry elbows. I really am glad to have found out about  Monkey Balm, it really is a very nice product,  If only I had discovered it sooner... maybe this year I won't be forced to make the kids stay in the house so much.

I don't think the sticks of Monkey Balm  are small, and right now they have a great deal to buy Monkey balm.. 1 stick for $15.99 or 3 sticks for $31.90. That really is a great deal and worth it. 

Maybe you'd like to try your luck at a contest first.... Monkey Balm has offered not 1 but 2 of my readers a stick of their own.



Liz said...

I will definitely have to try this. All 3 of my girls had eczema when they were babies and the youngest has it now.

Beth said...

I just ordered a 2-pack from They had a 2 for 1 deal and after reading the reviews, I had to try it!

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