top 10 things we’ve noticed about Utah + $100 Curél® giveaway




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It’s almost been a year since we’ve been here and we are loving it. As with any move, you can’t help but notice the customs and little tendencies about your new state:
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10. It is so family friendly and deal friendly – family passes and discounts everywhere. The pool, bumper boats, discount theaters, miniature golf, baseball and basketball games. There are always good deals to be found!
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9. Gorgeous hikes and outdoor recreation EVERYWHERE.
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8. They love fry sauce --- it is on every menu! Love it. What is fry sauce? A combination of ketchup, mayo, and secret seasonings.
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7.  They like embellished jeans. I see these on bums big and small everywhere.
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6.  Food prices are amazing here! Well, compared to where we have lived. Like, this whole flat of raspberries (12 pkgs) was $12.99. With 7 mouths to feed, I’m in love. photo raspberries_zps0c7c5217.jpg 
5. There is a Utah accent! sell = sale, melk = milk, rill dill = real deal, Mondee = Monday, American Fark = American Fork, crick = creek, eltse = else, pin = pen  

4. They like landscaping curbing --- they had this a lot in Idaho when we lived there, but we didn’t see it much in Texas and Virginia. I would say about 75% or more of the yards around us have curbing.
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3. They love to decorate! It seems every office you walk into is decorated: The school, the dentist, the sports recreation office, even gas stations here have cute quotes, shelves, plants, pictures around. photo officedecor_zpse5e47bc2.jpg

2. The after school pickup! In Virginia and Texas, after school was closely monitored. I’m talking walkie–talkies, they knew which bus you were on, which car was yours, whether you were a walker or a car rider, and you couldn’t go home with a friend unless you had a note signed by both parents and notarized (kidding—kind of). At our school here, the bell rings and watch out. The kids just RUN out and they trust that everyone will get to where they are going safe and sound. My kids love the freedom, I kind of miss the order of it all.

1. It is DRY here. Not a stitch of humidity which is awesome for weather, not so much for the skin. Our skin has gone through some major adjustment, but this has been our lifesaver:

 photo curelsummerlotion_zpsd8b77dc4.jpg Curél® Itch Defense® Lotion.

It doesn’t smell, it’s thick & rich and your skin just drinks it up and it stays to defend and heal your dry skin, especially during the summer months. It is not a cheap, smelly bargain lotion but a please-heal-my-dry-skin-so-I-can-enjoy-my-summer-without-worrying-about-it. photo curelitchdefenselotion_zps1946ccf1.jpg

We have some sensitive skin in our family and I can’t tell you the difference it’s made on the upper arms for my daughter. Rough, bumpy, itchy is now soothed, smoothed, hydrated skin without any irritation from dyes or perfumes. Curél® Itch Defense® Lotion is gentle enough for babies over 6 months old and has received the National Eczema Association Seal of Acceptance and you can pick it up from most stores and available on Amazon.

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We are loving Utah and are looking forward to summer here! For our $100 Visa Gift Card Giveaway, just tell me in the comments: how do you beat summer skin irritation?
Good luck and happy, hydrated summer to you all!

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231 comments:

  1. i make sure to drink plenty of water

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  2. Always plenty of liquids and sunscreen is a must!

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  3. Loved your Utah observations! We lived in Sandy, UT over 20yrs ago...and I remember several items on your list. Oh my heck...there is curbing EVERYWHERE! :) I even added it to my yard...thanks for the morning laugh!

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  4. Lotion/Cream, immediately after showering. Always wear sunscreen. I live in southern Idaho, this is imperative!

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  5. Here in East Texas, we don't have a problem with lack of humidity (96% today)! My son does get dry skin when he's in the swimming pool a lot, and we usually use Eucerin lotion. He has extremely sensitive skin...I'll have to give the Curel a try!

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  6. Curel Itch Defense - every day! My son suffers from eczema, and I always use this lotion on him! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  7. Summer isn't the time we have a big issue with that...now mid-Jan, when it is crazy cold and there is no humidity to be found is when we have the worst issue with dry skin. So glad we are heading into summer! We love Bee Silk lotions and coconut oil as well!

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  8. We use udder cream after showers and pool time - works great too!

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  9. Sunscreen and lots of fluids!

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  10. Sunscreen and lots of fluids!

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  11. I am in utah too and I get dehydrated easily in the summer so WATER, water, water is the theme for the summer.

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  12. Moisturize Moisturize Moisturize...

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  13. Staying hydrated and moisturized helps and lots of sunscreen! And ice cream ;)

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  14. Here in Dallas we don't have a problem with dry skin but my son does have eczema so I will be sure to give Curel a try! And of course, sunscreen, sunscreen and more sunscreen!!!

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  15. Dry, itchy skin is definitely a problem in our family!! We try to drink lots of water...but our favorite lotion is Hemps...but the $20 a bottle price tag isn't our favorite!

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  16. Ha ha, we've lived all over the country too and Utah definitely has its own culture! When we moved from a more humid climate our skin paid the price. I use a lot of Eucerin cream it works great but is really greasy. I will have to try the curel. Thanks

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  17. We LOVE that Curel lotion. My little one has eczema and it has truly saved him year-round. I love using it after i shave my legs as well--i have sensitive skin prone to razor burn and I've never had it after applying this.

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  18. Lotion and lots of water!

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  19. We are moving to Utah next month. I am excited about a few things on your list but not all! We use Eucerin for our dry skin but I am up to trying something new.

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  20. Drink lots of water and apply lotion liberally is what works in dry Colorado for me.

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  21. I'm in Utah, where did you get those raspberries!?

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    1. At Reams grocery store! They have great raspberries in the summer :)

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  22. Glad to hear you like living in Utah! Our dream destination is Colorado. How do your kids do with the moves? Tricks or tips? That would be a great blog post. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  23. Sadly for is it isn't just summer skin irritation...my poor girls struggle all the time and the best thing when it gets bad is the thick eucerin ointment slathered on before bed.

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  24. I grew up in New jersey and live in Idaho now and you just can't replace good old humidity for great skin! I end up applying and reapplying lotion and lip balm multiple times a day.

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  25. I beat summer skin irritation by wearing SPF lotion and bug spray. If we do get burned or bitten I use Aloe or an anti-itch lotion.
    kellywcu8888ATgmailDOTcom

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  26. tweet
    https://twitter.com/Kellydinpa/status/468501344140025856

    kellywcu8888ATgmailDOTcom

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  27. This post was perfect timing! My daughter has super bumpy dry skin and I was just looking at Target.com for lotions and wondering about the Curel. We are your neighbor, in the Nevada desert. It is so dry here, luckily the summer isn't as bad as the winter. But I have discovered the natural stuff- coconut oil, and especially shea butter, it what it takes to keep things moisturized.

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  28. We stay in the shade as much as possible and use sunblock.

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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    https://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/468524469204447234

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  30. I use sunscreen, and apply some aloe to my skin if it gets irritated

    elena150980@yahoo.com

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  31. https://twitter.com/ElenaIstomina/status/468527271909679105

    elena150980@yahoo.com

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  32. Well in WI dry skin is more of a winter problem and all I do is lotion, lotion, lotion. Thankfully it does not have to be a special kind. Right now since I have been doing so much in the yard my hands are super dry and I'm wishing I had some of that curel!

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  33. I use aloe on my skin irritation. It's my go to product. (lil_lady_dz@yahoo.com)

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  34. tweeted- https://twitter.com/lil_lady_dz/status/468532919456133121

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  35. Haha, I loved these having lived in Utah before may I add CAFE RIO. Love and miss Cafe Rio. Anyways, we combat dry Summer dry skin with drinking lots of water and applying a sunscreen moisturizer daily.

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  36. I bring water with me EVERYWHERE and also have a fragrance free aloe-based lotion that I love!

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  37. I love using Curel and drinking lots of water. It's rough in these parts, you know.

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  38. Well...I have the opposite problem since I live in Florida and we have too much humidity. I use Anti Monkey Butt Powder if I need something. I do have dry hands and feet though and this lotion sounds great and safer to use than many. I might have to try it out. Thanks for the sweet giveaway!

    Blessings, Vicky

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  39. I have tried Lubriderm, Aveeno and Curel. Thanks so much!

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  40. I live in the desert so I stay inside when I can. Love Curel

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  41. I'm going to have to try it! We're transplanted Californians in Utah!

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  42. Sunblock and long sleeve shirts are my must haves to help. Produce especially cucumbers help to soothe skin irritation too.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

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  43. -https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/468597311119974400

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  44. Water and lotion, but we've never tried this one. Great tip! Andrea aorzoff(at) n m s u dot e d u

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  45. Cetaphil works well on my kids who are prone to excema rashes.

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  46. Tweet: https://twitter.com/rhbdesigns/status/468619219060277248

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  47. So glad to read your family is adjusting well to life in Utah. Seems like a great place to live. We try to stay more hydrated by drinking lots of water. That seems to help a lot with our summer skin irritations.

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  48. Water and lotion.
    katiemur@gmail.com

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  49. I tweeted! https://twitter.com/katiemur80/status/468723141049466880

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  50. I use Curel Itch Defense lotion and love it too! My hands get especially dry all year long so I keep one by the sink. My feet are also prone to dryness and in the summer I want my feet to look nice so I keep a bottle on my bed table so I can put some on my feet before bed. It is fabulous for nice, smooth skin on the feet!
    Barbara

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  51. Thanks for the Curél recommendation! I've never seen that lotion--I'll have to check it out!

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  52. We drove through Utah this spring, and really enjoyed the people and beautiful scenery. Believe it or not, my skin seems to love going to the pool. I try to avoid the sun as much as possible otherwise, including wearing a cute hat! Have a great summer. Thanks for the giveaway .

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  53. I, too, am an avid Curel user. Love the stuff!

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  54. Lots of water and coconut oil and sunscreen!

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  55. I love Curel lotion too! It's great for the whole family.

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  56. Hydrocortisone cream for bug bites!

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  57. I use coconut oil mostly but some lotions as well to keep my skin hydrated. rose_amyd@hotmail.com

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  58. I use lotion as well. I am now looking for a good moisturizer for my face.

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  59. Love Mary Kay Satin hands lotion! It is the only thing that works for me.
    BTW, Utah is the best place to visit. Have you been to Ruth's Diner? It's a must. :)

    Becky P.
    rjpowell25@johnsfire.com

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  60. Baby oil right out of the shower. Lotion and coconut oil, too.

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  61. Coconut oil is my go-to summer (and really all year long) skin healer!

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  62. This lotion is the bomb! It has saved my hands like nothing else and is our family's go-to skin remedy- yay Curel! Kelly from Lmessimer@aol.com

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  63. I use coconut oil and neem cream. The neem cream really does the trick for rashes and itch.

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  64. Ha! Used to live in Utah and even before I moved there I had roommates from there and I thought it was so funny how everything with a "g" on the end was said like "everythi-nk" then when I moved there I heard it constantly. Now I can tell by someone talking if they are from Utah or not...funny little quirk. : )
    This lotion sounds like its worth a try for my dry- skinned family in Vegas...

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  65. We use Curel too (my son has eczema) and oatmeal baths!

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  66. water and Renew by melaleuca.. sensitive skin is NO fun:( will try curel.. will be more convienent and economical utah has moved up the paces to do list

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  67. i use sunscreen religiously, keep skin hydrated and stay out of direct sun.

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  68. tweet https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/469128173074907136

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  69. I drink a lot of water and use lots of lotion and sun screen

    jessicarwarfield at gmail dot com

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  70. I tweeted too https://twitter.com/jessrwarfield/status/469139979331833857

    jessicarwarfield at gmail dot com

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  71. I wear sunscreen and I do look to for perfume free lotions.

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  72. Use lotion with aloe properties.

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  73. tweeted
    https://twitter.com/rubylorikeet/status/469172956526952449

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  74. I sweat so much that I almost never need lotion. I guess it's probably the only benefit from sweating all the time.

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  75. I always use sunscreen.

    hewella1 at gmail dot com

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  76. Lots of lotion. I'll have to try this Curel for my kids' sensitive skin.

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  77. We have Curel itch defense in each of our bathrooms. It helps my kids with their eczema.

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  79. I use aloe vera gel & calamine lotion. neyabenz(at)gmail(dot)com

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  80. i dont have a good secret so i am going to check out your recommendation! thanks

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  81. We drink lots of water and apply lots of lotion!

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  82. Sometimes I put petroleum jelly on my boys legs and arms before they go to bed. I use it on my feet - especially during the summer when I wear flip flops practically every day. Yep dry air in Utah is not skin friendly for sure.

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  83. I keep a stick of foot balm in my purse to use when my sandals start to rub. It sort of looks like a fat tube of Chapstick, but it has the consistency of an invisible solid deodorant, and it really works! I get it from Avon.

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  84. Glad you're enjoying Utah - it's where I live too!! I discovered this Curel lotion a little while back and it's all my family uses for our horrible, dry, excema covered skin. It really has been a life saver and I love how it provides a soothing feeling to the skin, almost like you can feel how it's protecting it from the dryness.

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  85. I beat irritation by putting on lots of sunscreen and lotion though out the day.

    s2s2 at Comcast dot net

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  86. https://twitter.com/susan1215/status/470345190327074816

    s2s2 at Comcast dot net

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  87. I just happened upon your blog but this post caught my attention, and I just really feel like the reason everything is decorated and such is ...MORMONS. they seriously have to be the nicest people in the world. I mean, I am sure there are some that stink, but for the most part, Mormons really take care of things and love to decorate and make things homey...and this is coming from a non-denominational run of the mill christian. lol. I am not sure if you are mormon, but the cheap prices, the freedom for children and the decorating all screams mormon to me...so I am glad you are enjoying it.

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  88. It seems like what our summer skin needs in SUNSCREEN! We've been in the pool constantly already this year! Thanks for hosting!

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  89. Loved your list! As a transplant myself I noticed many of the same things, although I must say how glad I am that oversized landscape rocks weren't on your list, I'm hoping that means they are on the outs now! As for skin care I might have to try this curel, this dry air is finally getting to me as I'm experiencing my 1st heel cracks. :(

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  90. We keep calamine lotion around incase of unavoidable itchies. We also have aloe for sunburns, and slather up in high SPF sunblock. I try to keep sunblock in the car, and a moisturizer for dry skin after a beach trip neyabenz(at)gmail(dot)com

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  91. I use various lotions or creams for skin irritation.

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  92. My son is AA and his skin dries out easily. I'm always looking for good products to use.

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  93. Sunscreen to guard against skin burns and other irritations also we put on lotion to make the skin less dry.

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  94. We use moisturizer daily after our showers.
    Thanks so much.
    rickpeggysmith(at)aol(dot)com

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  95. I tweeted: https://twitter.com/peg42/status/493425654579224576
    Thanks again
    rickpeggysmith(at)aol(dot)com

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  96. I beat summer skin irritation by moisturizing my skin twice a day.
    austma7@aol.com

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  97. We use moisturizing lotion.

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  98. I'm thick skinned...don't worry about it!

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  99. My best defense is a natural oatmeal soap.

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  100. i make sure to rinse off the chlorine after going in the pool

    itsrob11@hotmail.com

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  101. https://twitter.com/robbyrob15/status/493591779435102208

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  102. Our family likes to use sunscreen and aloe and moisturizing lotion for our skin in the summertime

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  103. I grew up in Utah, so this was a fun post to read :)

    I stay out of the sun! :) When that's impossible, I use sunscreen and, if that doesn't stop irritation or sunburn, a nice, cooling lotion and / or aloe :)
    anastasia2013@gmail.com

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  104. Tweeted :) - https://twitter.com/Enter_Now/status/493696631087181824
    anastasia2013@gmail.com

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  105. I beat skin irritation in the summer by using sunscreen and lotions.

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  106. https://twitter.com/ardy22/status/493717546109898753

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  107. I heard that coconut oil was great as a skin moisturizer so I started using that.

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  108. First line of defense is sunscreen and moisturizer. If I get an irritation, I tend to use a good hydrocortisone cream.

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  109. Tweet https://twitter.com/clc408/status/493771626282897409

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  110. My hubby is always having super dry hands. Think I would like to try this form him.
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  111. i've never used anything for summer skin irritation, we do use sunscreen to protect against the sun, though.
    stigay@comcast.net

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  112. We use Nivea at our house but will try Curel.
    elysesw@aol.com

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  113. I drink a lot of water and I use lotion after every shower.

    Samantha (samdaleo)
    jamesmadison1974@gmail.com

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  114. TWEET!
    https://twitter.com/samdaleo/status/493871454262272002

    Thanks!
    Samantha (samdaleo)
    jamesmadison1974@gmail.com

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  115. I add a few drops of organic jojoba oil to our moisturizers!
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  116. So happy you're loving Utah! I think its a beautiful state. I avoid skin irritation by wearing lots of sunblock and reapplying then moisturizing esp. after long sun exposure! periwinkleamy (at) g m a i l (dot) com

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  117. https://twitter.com/AMYetcetera/status/493892034608889858 I shared on Twitter

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  118. I try to beat summer skin irritation by taking a shower and applying whatever lotion I have on hand. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  119. I tweeted: https://twitter.com/PuffyBiggers/status/493920530311835649

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  120. I use lotion. EVERY day. At least once.

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  121. I try to drink alot of water and use lotion every day.

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  122. We try to stay plenty hydrated during the summer months.

    honingharmony at gmail dot com

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  123. I tweeted: https://twitter.com/dandidaffyhill/status/494328159584542724

    honingharmony at gmail dot com

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  124. I try to beat summer skin irritation by taking a shower and applying whatever lotion I have on hand. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  125. I tweeted: https://twitter.com/PuffyBiggers3/status/494370346909200384

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  126. I exfoliate with body scrubs. I also use lotion or coconut oil to keep my skin well hydrated.

    SeasideMermaid@twc.com

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  127. A good deal of sunscreen during the days while always drinking cool liquids

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  128. I use a good sunscreen and moisturize through the day for good skin.
    thank you

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  129. Tweet https://twitter.com/JalapenoMama/status/494691053241241600

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  130. Bath and Body Works lotions work fine for me to keep my skin happy in the summer, but for my daughter we use the Curel Itch Defense because she gets outbreaks of Eczema, the stuff is amazing!!

    momof3chaos at gmail dot com

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  131. Tweeted: https://twitter.com/MRSMEIER5627/status/495022508773347329

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  132. I drink more water and use sunblock.

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  133. I drink lots of water and use lotions.

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

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  134. Tweeted: https://twitter.com/rhoneygee/status/495104170945298432

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

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  135. I make sure to use fragrance-free lotions and soaps.
    aleksnearing gmail com

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  136. I beat dry, itchy summer skin by drinking lots of water and staying well-hydrated.

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  137. I make sure to apply lotion after every shower to keep my skin hydrated.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

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  138. I use aloe vera on my skin which helps, but I will give Curel a try!
    smchester at gmail dot com

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  139. I put body lotion on every day, it helps keep my skin from drying.

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  140. I like to use aloe to soothe and hydrate my skin.
    madelinebrubaker {at} gmail [dot] com

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  141. Tweet link: https://twitter.com/shala_darkstone/status/496244271347822593

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  142. I wear sunscreen every day and then reapply if I'm out in the sun for more than an hour. If I do get burned, I use straight aloe. I also heard about internal suncreen protection recently from eating certain foods like carrots and red peppers.

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  143. To beat summer skin irritation we always use a good moisturizer and sunscreen any time we go out. We also shower after getting out of the pool to clean off any chlorine.

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  144. I am so fortunate that I don't have major skin problems. But my husband suffers year round from very dry skin. And we have tried everything we can find to fix the problem with little success. So we will be trying Cyrel to see if it gives him some relief.

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  145. Wash off sunscreen & chlorine as soon as possible, use cool showers, and wear cotton.

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  146. Tweeted: https://twitter.com/SavingForLater/status/496477039788974080

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  147. i use moisturizing lotion everyday - sometimes twice a day and I try to stay out of the sun whenever possible

    debbiebellows (at) gmail (dot) com

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  148. We use sunscreen and mositurizer
    kathypersons@yahoo.com

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  149. https://twitter.com/mkjmc/status/496751398512369665

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  150. Living in Florida, "The Sunshine State" using some kind of lotion with moisturizer is a must.

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  151. I wear sunscreen and moisturize after showering.

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  152. We use aloe and we always rinse off after swimmmg.

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  153. https://mobile.twitter.com/Shiebs24/status/496861141847396353

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  154. I beat summer skin irritation by using sunscreen when I am outside and using a moisturizing lotion after showering every morning

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  155. I wear sunscreen whenever I go out!

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  156. sunscreen and moisturizer when my skin feels dry - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  157. I beat summer skin irritation by using a gentle sunscreen that doesn't bother my children's skin or mine. Coppertone Water Babies- sensitive skin.

    fooks213(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  158. I use sunscreen everyday, even when I'm just going out for a few minutes. Always need to stay hydrated, too!

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  159. I try to avoid plants and such that I know cause skin irritation to me. I moisturize immediately after a shower to lock in moisture.

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  160. I tweeted

    https://twitter.com/d3christie/statuses/497179281986822145

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  161. https://twitter.com/mgoss123/status/497181221357506560

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  162. I moisturize a lot during the summer!
    nuthouse(at)centurytel(dot)net

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  163. tweeted: https://twitter.com/KerryBishop/status/497197072336945152
    nuthouse(at)centurytel(dot)net

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  164. For me it is lots of moisturizer, sunscreen and water water water for sure.

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  165. https://twitter.com/eaglesforjack/status/497209324499107840

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  166. I usually buy any lotions I have coupons for and always apply after showering or bathing

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  167. https://twitter.com/klp1965/status/497370473852698624

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  168. we beat it with calamine lotion

    JOE GERSCH


    JOEBISSY@MAIL.com

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  169. We use lots of sunscreen and lotion.

    brat52101 at yahoo dot com

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  170. we usually use jojoba oil for dry summer skin pryfamily5@gmail.com

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  171. i tweeted https://twitter.com/thepryfamily5/status/497507124914556928 pryfamily5@gmail.com - See more at: http://www.pullingcurls.com/2014/05/a-well-packed-pool-bag-includes-curel.html#comment-11828

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  172. a lot of sunscreen
    MCantu1019 at aol dot com

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  173. I use sunscreen and stay out of the sun.

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  174. I make sure to always use sunscreen. If I get a sunburn I use aloe.

    Peachesncream887(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  175. We beat summer skin irritation with baby oil :)

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  176. We use moisturizer to keep our skin from drying out.

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  177. We use a lot of Aloe Vera gel for skin irritations.

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  178. https://twitter.com/smilekisses/status/497707793478983681

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  179. I apply baby oil while in the shower for moisturizing.
    traymona[at]aol.com

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  180. a lot of water and sunscreen. sweepmorey at gmail dot com

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  181. tweeted https://twitter.com/mommysdizzy/status/497719559319998464

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  182. I use lots of sunscreen when we are going to be out. I also try to remember to use lotion. It's just not something I remember to do too often. Thank you!
    crystalfaulkner2000 at yahoo dot com

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  183. Lots of sunscreen and moisturizers to try to prevent dry skin, but when it happens a good lotion like Curel helps a lot.

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  184. Tweet - https://twitter.com/willitara/status/497730963439636480

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  185. by using vaseline - lots of it

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