Would you like your udders smoothed? Do you want them moisturized and non-crusty for cold weather fitness?
Well, ya. Me too.
I smeared Udder Cream on my lips for 3 days straight to avoid the crackhead look. But something felt wrong. The cream was not working as expected. My lips still had crackhead tendencies and I longed to reunite with my Chapstick.
That’s when I realized the truth about Udder Cream.
It’s body lotion, dammit. NOT lip moisturizer. [I’m a frackin’ idiot]
Udder Cream was originally developed for dairy cows to keep their udders happy during mass milking, so I picked the next-best crusty part of the body to moisturize – my Flintstone feet.
It turns out Udder Cream can do its job after all. My feet stayed nice and smooth; soft and silky to the touch. No more cutting my hands when I rub my feet or wearing protective gardening gloves when I clip the toenails.
Udder Cream doesn’t smear on with thick emollience. It actually feels a bit greasy during application to the crusty parts, but that feeling quickly fades and you’re left with satisfied skin.
I paid $1.99 for 2 ounces. If you see it in the drugstore like I did, it’s a cheap buy that you just might like. Check out UdderlySmooth.com for more cow-inspired lotion products. And when you go exercising in the cool outdoors, please don’t get skin-crusty. Udder Cream can help.