Friday, December 9, 2011


This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of New-Skin for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Now I don't believe in fate or whatever you want to call it, but this is funny. 

I received this offer to write about New-Skin products for my blog.  I read about it and thought it sounded useful.  Then this morning (TMI alert) I cut myself shaving.  The cut itself wasn't bad, but it wouldn't stop bleeding.  After quickly going through 5-7 bandages (no joke), I couldn't help thinking I need that New-Skin product I just read about.  I told hubby about my cut and how it wouldn't stop bleeding.  He (having NO idea about the New-Skin) told me I needed some thing like that.  It has stopped bleeding.  However, let me tell you about this New-Skin product I keep mentioning.

New-Skin is a liquid bandage that is perfect for the outdoorsy, hardworking, hard playing type, or the to close shaving type like me. They have a Scar Fade and a Poison Ivy Treatment  too.  The liquid bandage come in a spray as well.  I may try the Scar Fade on our daughters elbow.  (Too bad it didn't help all of my typos!)  Now I know some of my readers have kids (lots of boys out there), DIY-ers and leg shavers (I hope).  So, I am sure this product could come in handy. 


Now New-Skin is having a big sweepstakes, a chance to win the 4-day adventure of your choice!  All you need to do is complete the entry form on the New-Skin® Share the Outdoors sweepstakes link and have your friends and family visit your sweepstakes page to earn up to five votes per day – every vote increases your chances of winning the adventure of your choice!

  Now who wouldn't want to get away after the holidays?  Tell me why you'd want to win, where you'd want to go and leave me your sweepstakes page so I can vote for you.  Maybe you can take me with you if you win!  heehee


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shelly said...

liquid bandage type stuff is in all of our vehicles...and the boat...and heck, I might as well carry it in my bag too! I highly recommend it for all of those crazy, bandaid won't stay on, places (elbows and foreheads are the most frequent recipients at our house!) For your daughter's scar try a week or so of rubbing vit. E on like a charm!

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