Gold Bond Ultimate Healing Skin Therapy Cream, 5.5 oz

From Dry and Itchy to Soft and Supple

It’s time to bid goodbye to those dryness troubles. Gold Bond Ultimate Healing Skin Therapy Cream relieves pain and itching associated with dry, sensitive skin with its Triple action formula. Loaded with seven nourishing moisturizers, this provides immediate relief.

  • Includes Aloe & Vitamin E
  • Triple action relief from itching
  • Non-greasy, absorbs quickly
  • Treat minor skin problems too
  • Hypoallergenic

Gold Bond Ultimate Healing Skin Therapy Cream lends intensive moisture. Fortified with Vitamins A, C and E, this cream mitigates skin’s sensitivity to irritation. This skin therapy cream provides dryness relief for up to 24 hours with a single application.

Just For You: Dry skin

A Closer Look: This skin therapy cream comes packed with 7 types of intensive moisturizers. This is non-greasy with a refreshing scent. Added Vitamin A reduces wrinkles, Vitamins C supports collagen formation and Vitamin E minimizes lipid loss. Its triple action relieves and saturates dry skin right from the first application.

Get Started: Apply as often as required. Pay special attention to extra dry areas like elbows, knees and back. Reapply if needed.

Product Features

  • To heal dry, problem skin.
  • As the lotion is applied to dry, problem it adds a protective layer of moisture.
  • Positive ions keep moisture attached to the skin, so you can feel it working even after you wash your hands.
  • Unique blend of Hydralast emollients and humectants draw moisture throughout the day, for 24 hour moisturization.
  • For skin that looks and feels noticeably healthier. Hypoallergenic, dermatologist tested, non-comedogenic. 7 intensive moisturizers. Vitamins A, C and E. Non-greasy. Fresh clean scent.

 

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3 Responses to “Gold Bond Ultimate Healing Skin Therapy Cream, 5.5 oz”

  1. R. Hubbard Says:

    Stop the search – this is your winter skin Holy Grail! Many of the other reviews for this product are written by the elderly, on behalf of the elderly, for by other adults with some health problems.Sigh.I’m 29, and fairly healthy. Currently pregnant, but no biggie. I just have THE DRIEST SKIN EVER.I live in Oregon, thank God, otherwise I would just peel away like an onion. I don’t know how people in drier climates survive, I really don’t. Do they DRINK this stuff?Anyway. My skin is ridiculously dry. It’s always been on the drier side, but something about this magical winter is just killing it. Might be extra sensitivity due to the pregnancy, I’m not sure. I have tried just about EVERY lotion, cream, and even oil, under the sun. This one is the BEST.Let me run down my own personal reactions to the competition:Aveeno – doesn’t actually absorb into my skin, leaves it able to almost rub off after applyingLubriderm – too dry, not enough moisture, leaves skin feeling tautVaseline – works okay, but greasyCetaphil (the tub) – GREASE CITY. Also when I used it on my face (where peeling & flaking is an issue) it broke me out.Cocoa Butter (Palmers & Queen Helene) – same issue as the Aveeno, it wouldn’t really absorb in and left me feeling like it was rubbing offBath & Body Works – combination of not moisturizing enough (Even the creams in the tubes) and the rub-off factorNeutrogena – not quite enough moisture for winter timeNivea – Definitely not moisturizing enough, and some of them smell a little TOO perfumeyOlay Quench – Has sparkles in it. Enough said.Johnson’s Baby Lotion – this is my go-to summer moisturizer. Mostly because we have like a gallon of it left over from when my son was born. It keeps the cracking at bay, but doesn’t really do a 100% job.Johnson’s Baby Oil – I use this in times of desperation. Obviously it works great! Any oil would, I imagine. But… it requires a long drying time, potentially gets oil marks on my sheets/towels/clothes, and makes my hands super sticky. Also if my son were to run into my legs for a hug, he would slide right off me and probably land on the dog, which would then create a nasty oil-and-dog-hair situation. Use only for skin emergencies.Vaseline (straight up petroleum jelly, not the lotion) – this is Skin-911 for me. In DIRE situations I rub it straight on. It has all the problems of baby oil though, but magnified. It works best if applied at night time under some cotton clothes or something… and be prepared to wash the sheets. =/And more, I’m sure.What the Gold Bond does though? Is amazing. It leaves my skin feeling HYDRATED. I’ve been using it for about a week now, religiously applying after each shower to my legs & hips (was getting odd blisters & cracking on my HIPS, omg I’m so geriatric.) and just did a calf-check… normally this would be alligator city. But, nope. Looks smooth and healthy. Feels soft to the touch, with no disgusting powdery dead skin flakes coming off in a poof of dust like I’m a corpse in a cartoon.I don’t find it to have any smell at all, which is a pity. I do like a nicely scented lotion now and then. I wish Bath & Body Works actually worked for my skin anymore… but maybe not smelling like a tween at the mall is a good thing, right?As I said, I’ve been using it for a week or so and my legs are completely healed. I’ve also been trying to make a point to put it on my hands more often. I have some Neutrogena Norwegian Formula Hand Cream that I really like to use, but never remember to put it on… since the Gold Bond absorbs so much more quickly and doesn’t give me greasy hands, I’m more likely to use it. With a toddler, I do a lot of hand washing, so this stuff has really been a lifesaver this week. When I bought it (in desperation at Walmart, wondering if Depends are in my near future!) I had SIX cracks/open sores on my hands, mostly on the knuckles but 2 of them on the pads of my fingers, in the crack at the joint. I have used nothing else but the Gold Bond and they are all nearly healed. My hands also look nice and moisturized, no flaky skin there either.In short, this is not a fancy lotion. It’s definitely not one with pretty marketing or a flowerly smell that your girlfriends will ask about. But? It gets the job done BETTER than anything else, period. This is my new winter staple. Hopefully when spring/summer rolls around I can switch to something less heavy duty/medicinal. Neutrogena or Johnson’s or something. But if you have SERIOUSLY dry winter skin, don’t even bother trying anything else. This is what you need. 🙂

  2. gg "gg" Says:

    Exceeds Expectations This is the best lotion available on the market. I have extremely dry skin and live in a dry, desert climate, but using this lotion has changed my skin. It is easily absorbed and is the only lotion I don’t have to reapply after every hand washing. It is thicker than regular lotion so it doesn’t leave such a greasy mess. I have tried Aveeno, Cetaphyl, Jergyns, Vaseline brand, etc and never felt completely satisfied as I do with this product. Also, the fragrance is nice but does not irritate my sensitive skin. I couldn’t have designed a better product myself. The only problem is keeping it in stock.

  3. D. Blankenship Says:

    A GREAT AND WONDERFUL PRODUCT THAT ACTUALLY WORKS BUT A POX ON THE HOUSE OF THE DESIGNER OF THE DELIVERY SYSTEM There are, as you get older, some facts that simply must be confronted. Some things in life get better; some things get worse. For most people, and I most certainly include myself in this group, we find that as we age our skin becomes dryer and less supple. Now there are a few lucky ones out there, I grant you that, but I don’t happen to be one of them. There is also the fact that if you work in certain occupations or are exposed to every disease known to mankind, you must constantly wash your hands. I have worked in the health care industry for the past 30 years and now work in a middle school. Needless to say hand washing in a constant in my life. Clean hands are nice and they are necessary but via the process of washing your hands and applying endless doses of hand cleanser, you end up with very dry skin.Also, in my case, I have to face the reality that I have been taking cholesterol lowering medication for quite a few years now which most certainly affects the skin and on top of that I am a diabetic. I am not whining about either of these factors…it simply is what it is and I have had to learn to live with it.And this is where Gold Bond Ultimate comes in. I hate dry hands and I hate dry skin. It looks horrible and feels worse. I can tell you truthfully that I have tried at one time or another just about every product available. Some of them were pretty good. Some of them were kind of sort of okay, and some of them were next to useless for various reasons. (More about that later). After all this trying of this and that I have found that the product being reviewed here is absolutely the best in my case. It has several things going for it.When you apply it to your hands and skin you do not get that greasy feeling you do with so many products. It seems to soak right into the skin. I am a finger snapper and pointer (A very useful skill to have when working with middle school kids). I can apply this lotion and can immediately still snap my fingers. The kids don’t like it so much but have learned that a finger snap is much less traumatic than being yelled at. (I have a rather booming voice and I hate yelling). I can nail a kid at twenty feel with a snap of my fingers, a point and a glare. Works great.Then we have the scent. I absolutely hate heavily scented products of any sort. The bottle states “Fresh Clean Scent.” This is absolutely true. You really cannot smell the stuff all that much after it is applied and what little scent you do pick-up is rather pleasing.Gold Bond does indeed act as a healing agent. I use it on my arms, legs, feet and knees paying particular attention to elbows and heels. Folks, for me, this stuff truly works.You do not have to glob on massive amounts of this stuff. A little goes a long, long way.Relatively speaking, this product is far less expensive than many other products that make the same ilk.Now for everything I know of there are also down sides. That is sort of life when you think about it and there are a couple of things you need to be aware of when purchasing and using this product.First there is the container; specifically the pump. This has been pointed out by several reviewers and they are spot on. The pump simply stops working and you end up with about one forth of the product left in the container and you must be quite creative in getting the lotion out of the bottle. I am not sure who or what created the pumps for this product but I am pretty sure there is probably a special ring in hell for them. What a wonderful product; what a horrid delivery system. A pox on their house.Second, this product is produced by Chattem Inc. Chattem Inc. does use animals to test their products on. Gold Bond is just one of quite a number of brands and products which are produced by this company. I try my best when ever possible to purchase products that do not use test animals. In this case I have not been able to find a product that is as effective (by a long way) manufactured without using animals for testing. It is sort of like the fact that I try my best to buy only products made in the U.S. Unfortunately I live in the real world and if I stuck to this practice of buying only American I fear I would own very little. It is what it is folks.Overall this is a great product and I will continue using it until something better comes along.Don BlankenshipThe Ozarks

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