Even the New York Times is recommending FixMySkin products
Even the New York Times is recommending FixMySkin by Daniel Schlessinger, son of Dr. Joel Schlessinger, for dry itchy skin.
The New York Times calls FixMySkin a “calming balm” for “dry-skin season.”
In their Beauty Spots piece on January 18, 2012, journalist Hilary Howard spotlighted three pieces of beauty news, including the debut of FixMySkin.
It’s a real honor to be featured in the New York Times, a publication that adheres to the highest of standards and is typically considered to be America’s most prestigious news source. The New York Times has won 106 distinguished Pulitzer Prizes, the most of any news organization.
The New York Times is also the most popular online newspaper in America, with more than 30 million unique visitors per month, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal. Print circulation is 1.4 million every Sunday and nearly 1 million daily. In February 2010 alone, more than 100,000 blogs linked to the New York Times.
Long story short – LovelySkin is proud to have a premiere product be recommended by the New York Times.
This is just the latest in a series of positive recommendations that have been appearing in print and online about FixMySkin.
FixMySkin contains 1% hydrocortisone and is available as a lip balm, a face balm and a body balm.
This soothing balm is ideal for dry, itchy skin, chronic chapped lips and more. The hydrocortisone helps to provide the relief you need, and is available in both unscented and vanilla-scented varieties. The balm will fit easily into your purse or pocket.
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