Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Erno Laszlo Hydra-Therapy Bodyskin Cream


My poor limbs! This summer has been short and plagued with crazy weather, which means I didn't get the short reprieve from slathering my legs with heavy-duty body creams and oils. The press sample of Erno Laszlo Hydra-Therapy Bodyskin Cream I received was a welcome addition to my goop rotation. My skin on my legs and arms is very dry and extremely sensitive. When I call it Cuir de Crocodile I'm not being funny. I'm being truthful (and desperate).

Hydra-Therapy Bodyskin Cream performs well so far. It's as fast absorbing as it can get and leaves no filmy residue that could make crossing one's legs a sticky situation. The cream feels great and leaves the skin soft and supple for 6-8 hours. I also like the way it feels on my hand after application.

What I don't get is a long-term effect, which makes me suspect Hydra-Therapy Bodyskin Cream might not become my winter staple. But for now it is a very good product and normal people who are not related to lizards would probably find it very effective year-round.

Erno Laszlo Hydra-Therapy Bodyskin Cream ($60 for 8 oz) is available from Nordstro, Neiman Marcus, Dillard's and ernolaszlo.com. My sample was a PR freebie.

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