Aquaphor Healing Ointment Review and Giveaway

I’ve been using Aquaphor healing ointment for several years, mainly in the winter months when my skin gets very dry, especially on my hands, where it’s not unusual for it to crack and bleed if I forget to use the ointment for a couple of days. I started keeping it beside my bed so I’d remember to put it on just before going to sleep, rather than right before washing my hands, which is what tends to happen during the day! The people at Aquaphor recently asked me to provide a review of their healing ointment, along with some tips on summer use. I’ll have to admit, I wasn’t sure about how to use it during the summer. Sure, I swim year round and do experience dry skin from chlorine, but nowhere near as badly as in the winter.

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And then the pools opened in our community and my youngest son spent several happy hours there on the first day, playing on deck and in the pool. At the end of the day the soles of his feet were red, raw, and swollen, from the deck or the bottom of the pool I’m not sure, but it was definitely painful. I was looking around for something to put on his feet when I remembered the Aquaphor. I put it on his feet while he was watching TV and then put his feet in plastic bags so he wouldn’t rub it off all over the couch… In a day or two, his feet were completely healed, which was a huge relief as he’s on the swim team and I was worried the foot pain would bother him at swim practice. Aquaphor contains petrolatum to soothe and protect, plus moisturizing ingredients like panthenol and glycerin. It’s dermatologist-trusted and not only helps to relieve cracked skin but also cuts, scrapes, and minor burns.

And…I recently learned that it’s great for triathletes, too! You can use it to create a protective barrier against friction caused by clothing or skin rubbing. Try it anywhere skin gets red, chafed or raw.

I love the fact that it doesn’t smell and comes in a big container for home as well as a flip cap tube for travel. I now keep one in my bag at all times.

Aquaphor was kind enough to provide me with several full-size samples, a CamelBak water bottle, and $50 VISA gift card, and is offering the same to one of my readers. Just enter via Rafflecopter below. The giveaway is only open to US Residents who are 18 years of age or older. Winner will be selected at midnight on July 20th.

Aquaphor provided me with the products listed above in return for a review. The opinions stated in this review are my own.

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Comments

  1. I want to win.

  2. Kelly D says:

    I would use Aquaphor to moisturize my hands when they get dry.

  3. I want to win! I love Aquaphor. On my hands, feet and elbows and in the pool to protect my checks from feeling burned by the chlorine!
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  4. Mary Happymommy says:

    I would use it to moisturize my arms and legs.

  5. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    I’d Use Aquaphor To Moisturize My Dry Summer Skin!

  6. Lisa Brown says:

    I always have aquaphor ointment on hand for those days when I irritate my skin form excess exfoliation and the sun.

  7. courtney b says:

    on my rough patches on my knees and elbows

  8. I’d use it on my feet to help my cracked heels and toes! Your feet take such a beating from running sometimes so this would help.
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  9. I’d use it for my poor cracked feet. And maybe for some chafe prevention on long runs.

  10. I would use it on my hands, knees and elbows

  11. Wild Orchid says:

    I love using aquaphor after showering. It really keeps my knees, heels, and elbows super soft!

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    Thanks for the chance to win!
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  12. My hands can become really dry in the winter time, too. I’ve used Aquaphor on my feet and I’d probably use the gift card for new running shoes. I’m putting a lot of mileage on mine since I’m training for a fall marathon.
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  13. I would use Aquaphor on my arms and legs.

  14. I use Aquaphor to treat the dry skin on my thumbs after I wash dishes or use any cleaning spray.s It also works great on my elbows!

  15. I use it when I run to prevent friction! Love the stuff!!!
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  16. I would use Aquaphor daily before heading outdoors so that my skin is moisturized and clean.

  17. Stephanie G says:

    I would use Aquaphor on my hands they get very dry from the dishes and weather

  18. amy pugmire says:

    we would use it on our hands and feet

  19. Ashley Tucker says:

    I’d use it on my dry hands

  20. I’d use it on my arms, which always seem to be dry.

  21. They very same thing happened to Charlie! I’ve heard such great things about Aquaphor.

  22. I’d use it on my hands in the winter

  23. Jessie C. says:

    I use Aquaphor on my dry skin, especially feet and lips.

  24. Michelle C says:

    I love using aquaphor on my son’s eczema. Thanks for the chance to win!
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  25. stephanie says:

    i use it on my legs

  26. Jessica To says:

    I would use Aquaphor on my legs and hands which are really dry.

  27. meredith says:

    I would use it on my dry skin!!

  28. michelle brunello says:

    i would use it any where i’m dry, which is all over but mostly my feet

  29. Betsy Barnes says:

    I would use Aquaphor just out of the shower on my elbows, knees and feet to keep them smooth 🙂

  30. Shelley says:

    I would use it for my feet.

  31. Ellie W says:

    I would use it for my dry and rough elbows and heels.

  32. Marilyn says:

    I’d use it on my elbows and ankles as they tend to be dry.

  33. Sabrina says:

    To moisturize!

  34. Courtnie says:

    I’d use it on my face for my dry skin.

  35. shaunie says:

    I use it on my knees and after a shower/bath

  36. Tammy S says:

    I always use Aquaphor on my hands and feet to keep them from drying out.

  37. Barbara Montag says:

    I put Aquaphor on my dry heels – a great help!
    Thank you.

  38. Heather L says:

    I would use it on our hands and feet.

  39. Krista W. says:

    Definitely would use it on my elbows!

  40. i love aquaphor. would use on my lips and moisturize my skin
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  41. I love to use it on my lips!

  42. Janet W. says:

    I would use Aquaphor to help heal my dry hands!

  43. Kellie Rose Wilson says:

    It works wonders as a lip balm!

  44. I would use this on my elbows!

  45. Blessie Nelson says:

    I would use it everytime when I go to the beach to keep me spf stronG!

  46. Laura Jacobson says:

    I would use it for my dry sensitive skin and also for little Carter! He breaks out from alot of lotions, and this would be so wonderful for him!

  47. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I would use it to moisturize my legs and feet

  48. i’d also use it on my feet for blisters on long hikes

  49. i’d use it on my tired little doggies

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  50. I looooove Aquaphor! I started using it in high school when I was on Accutane, and while the dry skin isn’t as bad now, I’m still a big fan. It’s great on knees, elbows, and hands.
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  51. My grandson could use it on his skin. (arms and legs)

  52. Amy Orvin says:

    I’d use it to moisturize my dry hands.

  53. Jennifer Marie says:

    My hands get so dry from washing them at work. This would help me a lot.

  54. Jessica Grigsby says:

    I would used it all over for my super dry skin.

  55. I would use Aquaphor on my hands. After a negative reaction to chlorine and dry, cold weather during a sports class years ago, my hands easily get really dry, and I’m constantly reapplying unscented lotions/creams after washing my hands. I searched for a while to find a hand cream that does it for me, so I don’t end up sleeping with socks and globbed-on lotion on my hands again. Aquaphor is my go-to because it works and it fits in my purse to go anywhere I need.

  56. Harmony B says:

    Would use it on my foot and elbows they are a mess

  57. tammy shelton says:

    I would use it at Disney World… I walk lots of miles at the Parks.

  58. Thomas Murphy says:

    I would use it on my dry hands.

  59. melissa l says:

    I always use auquaphor. I get itchy rashes on back in the summer 🙁

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