Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Udderly Smooth Review & Giveaway


Winter weather dries out my skin. It's the only time of year I actively seek lotion to restore it back to being smooth (and not itchy!).  That being said, I don't like lotion that has an overpowering scent to it, not even if it's a fragrance that I like.

Udderly Smooth, made in the USA for 30 years now, has a product line that offers thick, creamy lotion without the overpowering scent, and I really like it.  Regardless of what type you are using, it dissipates quickly and doesn't leave a greasy feel on your skin (who likes greasy lotion?).

Udderly Smooth also comes in various types of containers/packages, and I really like the jar form.  Being able to untwist the lid and scoop out as much/little lotion as you want strongly appeals to me. I like it way better than squeezing a tube (though tubes are great for carrying along in your purse or when traveling), fighting with a pump that's no longer working (does that happen to you???), or trying unsucessfully to get the lotion out of those itty bitty tip top caps).  The container I like is fat too...nice and roomy (it reminds me of the cold cream containers women used to keep in their bathrooms).  I saw a container that looked like a milk bottle on their website too, and I thought that was such a cute idea!

The two places I seem to have the biggest challenge with in the winter are the bottom half of my legs (seriously, they start to itching every winter and it drives me batty), and my tooties (feet).

For my legs the Udderly Cream Original Formula works instantly and long-term, and I have only good things to say about it.  My husband works outside a good deal of the time and his hands suffer because of it.  He liked the Original Formula too, and said it did bring some relief to him.

The Foot Cream with Shea Butter for dry feet is really nice to put on a at night, just before you go to bed.  It's nice and cool, and even though it is thick, it absorbs very quickly and doesn't leave a greasy mess behind.  It's a nice little treat and you wake up with much happier feet.


If you see Udderly Smooth while you're out shopping, go ahead and give the product most appealing to you a try (or you can order from their website).  I don't think you'll be disappointed at all, and you may just find yourself with a new lotion favorite.  

There is one more thing I would like to say about the product: Just because I have discussed it as a product for alleviating dry, itchy winter skin (for me and my family) it is not a seasonal product.  You can purchase it year-round (and I recommend that you do).  On their FAQ page I read that keeping a jar in the refrigerator during the summer is great way to ease the ouchie of a sunburn.  We seem to have one person get a burn each year, despite precautionary measures, so when the weather gets warmer, we'll be giving that a try too.

Udderly Smooth has a much larger variety of products to look through than I have discussed here, and you can find out more about them, and/or the company on their website.  You can also follow them on Facebook, and/or Twitter.

One lucky Mail4Rosey reader is going to win an assortment of Udderly Smooth products to call their own (put together and mailed by the company).  US residents only.

Disclosure:  I received Udderly Smooth to help facilitate the review.  No other form of compensation took place.  All opinions stated were my own.

60 comments:

  1. They were originally used on dairy cows... lol. Want to try!

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    1. I konw, it makes me laugh too, but I'm telling you this is good stuff. :) Thanks for entering.

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    2. I love all their products especially the foot cream.

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  2. I've seen it up here as well, never used it though. Might be nice to try on my arms and legs, if it got rid of arm nerve tingly I'd be all set haha

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    1. And your profession is writing!! Murphy's Law, yes? Glad you write anyway.

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  3. They send samples to oncology centers to provide relief to those suffering from Hand and foot syndrome and diabetes.
    Cool product!

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    www.raising-reagan.com

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    1. You really want me to list all the blog posts I've commented on?? LOL

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    2. Nope, I know who you are, lol. Thanks for entering. :)

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  4. I read that Udderly Smooth was developed for use on dairy cows for there dry Udders. Wow! But now is used by many people for their dry and chapped skin. I would love to try this cream! If is works on cows, I know it will work on my dry skin!

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  5. Not only will it work on skin, it's good for treating leather(bags,shoes etc)
    Thanks!!

    Sharon
    lunrei@yahoo.com

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  6. I like that they have cream for cyclists.

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  7. I'm in the Extra Care lotion because I desperately need it for my five year old son who has VERY dry sensitive skin and I can't find the right lotion for him.

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  8. hi Rosey! I don't think you need to put limits on yourself since you are about to be grandma. Heck, you blog. Are you too old to blog? Heck, you have a bunch of talents. Are you too old to read, write, sing, dance, cook or SHOP!? I just don't buy it. Now go out there and get some socks to write a review on and have a give-away ...that I would be the winner of, ya see? LOL

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  9. It is hilarious that it was originally make for dairy cows. I love that it works great for dry skin. We have alot of that in our house.
    morales_y at yahoo dot com

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  10. Love the black and white cow spots! So cute! I have terribly dry skin and eczema, so I'd love to try this product!

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  11. I learned that it helps for people going through chemotherapy.

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  12. I love that it was originally for dairy cows :) I have seen this on other blogs, but never tried it! Sounds like a great giveaway, thanks for hosting!

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  13. you can use it as a shaving lotion

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  14. I learned I can find it at Walgreens.

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  15. Wow... I checked out their site and there is a lot of places near me that sell this brand. You learn something new everyday.

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  16. This is great stuff, works wonders on my feet

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  17. I have heard of this but have never tried it. Sounds like it works wonderfully. I think I would like to try the Country Cream.

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  18. O commented on this post as Karen Glatt-Everyone's Got 'Em

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  19. I like the Foot Cream.
    Thanks for the chance.

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  20. HORTON111@AOL.COM

    Pioneered by a Pharmacist, reasonably priced and made in America’s heartland

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  21. read that Udderly Smooth was developed for use on dairy cows for there dry Udders. Wow! But now is used by many people for their dry and chapped skin. Funny we still keep this in our barn and use it on our horses and our hands

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  22. I learned that these products were made for use on cows. My mother used to use Udderly Smooth and when I was a kid I was wondering why we had it because we didn't own any cows

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  23. I learned that they are Manufactured in Salem, Ohio

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  24. would love to try the Udderly Smooth®
    Country Cream®
    for Dry Skin

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  25. The Udderly Smooth Country Cream for Dry Skin. If it's good enough for dairy cows than it's good enough for me :)

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  27. I love that it was originally used for udders of dairy cows

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  28. I learned the lotions are made in America’s heartland

    kannw27 at gmail dot com

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  29. I find it really interesting that people use it on leather as well!

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  30. I like the testimonial pages that allow us to see all the uses of this product. It would be great for sunburnt skin since it does not have alcohol.

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  31. Udderly Smooth was developed for use on dairy cows for there dry Udders

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  32. I learned that you can Apply a generous amount of Udderly Smooth® to your sunburned skin.

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  33. my daughter loves the lotion for her hands but never knew you could use it for other things like leather/
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  34. I like the Foot Cream!
    ptavernie at yahoo dot com

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  35. I learned it can be used on leather! I also learned it was first used on cows and that it was developed by a pharmacist.

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  36. Redex Industries does not engage in animal testing -Dorothy Deakyne

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  37. can use it as a shaving lotion

    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  38. i learned that Udderly SMOOth® Shea Butter Foot Cream was the winner of Woman's Day Magazine's Best in Beauty for 2005

    lmurley2000@yahoo.com

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  39. it is made in the USA! originally used on dairy cows for dry udders....

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  40. Udderly SMOOth® Shea Butter Foot Cream was the winner of Woman's Day Magazine's Best in Beauty for 2005.

    fotw_1999@yahoo.com

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  41. Helps to alleviate the effects of chemotherapy

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  42. i would love to try the Udderly Smooth Extra Care

    Contains 20% urea, Fragrance free- 2 oz tube and 8 oz jar
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com
    tony l smoaks on rafflecopter

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  43. I learned that it helps for people going through chemotherapy. I had been told about this by my Dad his doctor told him it was the best thing to use after his treatments.

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  44. Mary DeBorde
    zenrei57 (at) hotmail dot com

    I learned that they also carry a neat hat,
    and the cutest pair of cow slippers ever!! lol

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  45. Made in the USA for over thirty years... they are super nice on twitter too :-) very friendly

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  46. I like how it helps people going through Chemo ! so nice

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  47. Their products were recommended on "The View". vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  48. I learned that the products are made in the USA.

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