Dry skin? Chapped lips? @PalmersUK have got you covered | #Blogmas day 7

We are now at that time of year where the frosty, dark mornings are back, I'm having to order more jumpers, turning the heating up and making sure that I'm looking after my skin in this cold weather. 

I was really pleased when a fabulous PR package containing some much needed skincare goodies from Palmer's arrived. 

As you may know, if you follow my blog, I'm a big fan of Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Body Lotion (£2.65 for 250ml from Superdrug) which I've been buying for years. Having sensitive, dry skin and eczema I have to be careful what I put on my skin and it can be quite hard to find the right products but with the Cocoa butter body lotion my skin always felt so good, thoroughly moisturised and I didn't have to worry about dry, flaky skin all year round and it helped keep my skin looking toned and it also helped my stretch marks dissapear! It's no wonder that Palmer's is the UK's no 1 Cocoa Butter brand. 

I was excited to see that other Palmer's products were included in the PR package, I'd only ever used the body lotion so I was looking forward to checking out the other products in the Cocoa Butter Formula range. 

 I can be a bit naughty at this time of year and not always wear gloves in this weather. I also tend to wash my hands quite a lot which tends to dry them out. We've all been there when we've had really dry, sore hands in the freezing weather so it's always important to keep a really good hand cream in our bag. I used to carry around my Palmer's body lotion in my bag and I'd put a little bit of that on my hands and it did the trick. I love that there's this handbag sized daily skin therapy cream for rough, dry skin which contains vitamin e and is perfect for sorting out those areas such as hands, elbows and knees. You can actually find this gem at Superdrug for only £1.35 (60g). 

All of Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula products contain Vitamin E and are dermatologist recommended.

Palmer's have a fantastic range of products for both men and women, also check out these ranges:

I love that my favourite Palmer's body lotion is also available in this handy bottle with pump which is perfect for having on your dressing table or bathroom and you don't want to mess about with lids. You can find this gem at Superdrug for only £3.55 (400 ml) 

 We've talked about the rest of the body, the elbows, the hands and the knees but don't forget the lips, they need extra TLC especially in this weather. This gorgeous lip balm contains SPF 15 and smells gorgeous. My lips were feeling a bit bleak and dry until I treated them to this. As soon as I applied it, my lips felt soothed and moisturised. The past few days I've just been putting this on my lips instead of lipstick and my lips feel and look great, not a flaky, chapped lip in sight. You can find this lip care goody at Superdrug for the absolute bargain price of £1.29 

 This is perfect to keep in your handbag or for travelling when you need a quick application to soothe chapped lips, moisturise your hands or rub onto a dry part of your skin that needs a little bit of attention. It's like a combination of everything rolled into this great, handy and affordable swivel stick. This is also from Superdrug for only £2.99 (14 g).

I've never met anyone who doesn't have a least one Palmer's product in their everyday skincare routine. I love all these products. As mentioned before I was a fan of the body lotion and now it's great to have the amazing hand cream, lip balm and handy swivel stick to add to my everyday skincare routine, I feel all set now to face this weather!

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Have you got some Palmer's products in your everyday essentials? which is your favourite? leave a comment below or tweet me at: @CaledonianTweet 

I hope you're enjoying my #Blogmas posts so far, see you in the next one x 

*All thoughts and opinions in this post are my own and 100% genuine. This is not a sponsored post, products were kindly gifted. All pictures are my own. 

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