Zim’s Crack Creme Herbal Skin Care review and giveaway

Zim's Crack Creme Herbal Skin Care
Zim’s Crack Creme Herbal Skin Care

The people at Zim’s who kindly sent me their Crack Creme Herbal Skin Care are going to hate me when they read this but you won’t. Whenever I use this I can’t help but think of “Jimmy cracks corn and I don’t care”. The song that was a part of was published in 1846 which was wayyyyyyyyyyy before my time and yours and I never knew what it meant but for some reason it pops in my head. From what I read the song seems pretty derogatory but when you are a little kid you just copy what you’ve heard.

Well Zim’s isn’t cracking corn but they do tackle dry, cracked skin. They’ve been doing this for over 60 years after they developed their product to treat cement workers you had extremely cracked, dry hand and feet. They are a naturally based herbal company that uses a formula that was developed to soften and moisturize your rough skin.

Zim’s Crack Creme can be used on elbows, knees, feet, ankles, and hands. Anywhere you need extra cracking help, Zim’s Crack Creme wants to be there for you. With winter approaching this is an essential for your family.

Zim's Crack Creme Herbal Skin Care Liquid Formula
Zim’s Crack Creme Herbal Skin Care Liquid Formula
Zim’s has a large variety of products that are 100% natural. I’ve used Zim’s Max-Freeze in the past (actually one year ago) but that’s different than the Liquid Formula that I’m using now. The one I’m reviewing today, and that 3 people will be able to win, is a liquid that you apply with your hands or a cotton pad. It’s definitely an herbal formula, it contains Arnica & Myrcia Oil. I can’t help but think of my father when I use this since he usually had one in his bathroom because of his diabetic skin problems.

Zim's Crack Creme
Zim’s Crack Creme
Zim's Crack Creme
Zim’s Crack Creme
Simply massage a small amount of Zim’s Crack Creme where needed a few times a day to help achieve smoother, softer skin. At first it might seem greasy but it soon absorbs. I only use this on my feet at night but I’m sure it’s great any time of day. — Marcia
GIVEAWAY INFORMATION –  Zim’s is going to send 3 US readers a bottle of this Crack Creme Herbal Skin Care Original Liquid Formula to Beauty Info Zone subscribers. The value of a bottle is $6.99. It may not be a glamorous prize but it’s extremely useful! The giveaway is open through 11/18 at 11:59 p.m. EST. If comments close please email me at [email protected] and label it ZIM’S. Comment in the email and continue on.

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Zim’s can be found at drugstores and supermarkets nationwide as well as online at drugstore.com and amazon.

51 COMMENTS

  1. Nornee | 6th Nov 15

    I use a humidifier and lots of moisturizer! Thanks!

  2. Meghan B | 6th Nov 15

    Lot’s of moisturizers and oils!

  3. Marnie G (Derrick Todd) | 6th Nov 15

    Tons of moisturizer and I always make sure to use lip balm.

  4. Megan Zuchowski | 6th Nov 15

    I definitely try to limit drying my skin out and washing my face.

  5. Judyo | 6th Nov 15

    I work from home, slathered with skincare. Love this product and am already on their mailing list.

  6. DEBIJOT | 6th Nov 15

    I use lots of moisturizers and body lotions.

  7. Laura Royal | 6th Nov 15

    Lot’s of layers, staying hydrated, and exercise.

  8. Liz | 6th Nov 15

    Our winters in SoCal aren’t all that rough, but I do switch to a heavier moisturizer, especially on my hands and feet.

  9. SueSueper | 6th Nov 15

    I survive winters weather by bundling up and taking my vitamins.

  10. Christy Peeples DuBois | 7th Nov 15

    We do not have the extreme cold in Mississippi like so many people do north of us therefore I don’t complain about our winters. Even though my face is extremely oily my body isn’t and my hands definitely aren’t. They will crack open and bleed during the winter if I don’t stay on top of applying lotion after washing my hands all day long and a heavy moisturizing cream to them at night.

  11. Amanda P | 7th Nov 15

    I stay bundled up and use a heavier lotion when it starts to get windy and dry outside!

  12. M.Clark | 7th Nov 15

    I survive winter’s weather by wearing warm clothes and using skin care products that are very moisturizing

  13. Sheila Chaffins | 7th Nov 15

    Organic Shea Cream.

  14. Liz | 7th Nov 15

    Humidifier in the bedroom.

  15. Mary W | 7th Nov 15

    Exfoliate, moisturize and hydrate are key steps in winter skin care.

  16. Rachel C. | 7th Nov 15

    Moisturize and stay hydrated. It’s so hard to want to drink water when it’s already cold out, but I do my best to keep at it!

  17. MaryAnn Casey | 7th Nov 15

    I have many types of skin moisturizers and since my hair gets static-y I change my hair products, mostly the serums

  18. kelly tupick | 7th Nov 15

    I try to keep my skin moisturized as much as possible.

  19. ewhatley | 7th Nov 15

    Since I live in south Florida, surviving winter is a joy. Still use lots of moisturizer every day.

  20. ken ohl | 7th Nov 15

    I live in Florida it’s still 90 here

  21. Michelle Castagne | 8th Nov 15

    I wear layers and use lots of moisturizer.

  22. Christina M. | 8th Nov 15

    A humidifier and coconut oil, coconut oil, coconut oil. 🙂

  23. Kaylin Bruce | 8th Nov 15

    Stay inside as much as possible! 🙂

  24. Laura J | 8th Nov 15

    Oh the winter cold and snow sure dries out my skin! I try to keep my skin moisturized, but my heals on my feet always seem to crack.

  25. Vicki Wurgler | 8th Nov 15

    I use moisturizer more often during the winter

  26. brienne burd | 8th Nov 15

    I keep my humidifier on at home and I always have lipbalm and lotion with me.

  27. Susan P. | 8th Nov 15

    Our winters don’t get very cold so I don’t have to change my moisturizers or lotions. I moisturize every day to keep my skin from getting dry.

  28. Jennifer Reed | 8th Nov 15

    We put our whole house humidifier setting higher during the winter to help combat the dry air we experience in our area during the winter. I also use a stronger moisturizer during this time too.

  29. Laurie Nykaza | 8th Nov 15

    I use lots of of moisturizers on my skin I’m always having such dry skin.

  30. adriana | 9th Nov 15

    Coconut oil 🙂

  31. DeAnna Keller | 9th Nov 15

    I have to moisturize twice as often.

  32. Abigail | 9th Nov 15

    butters, oils and lotions, oh my!!! Winter skin is scary!

  33. Melissa S | 9th Nov 15

    I use heavier creams and lotions in the winter and also never go out in the cold gloveless.

  34. Jeanne Coulombe | 9th Nov 15

    I sure could use this cream my skin cracks cause of a autoimmune disease. I have tried many and no luck yet. Would love to try your products to see if I get some relief. Thanks for the chance 🙂

  35. Stephanie Hartman | 10th Nov 15

    I use neutrogena norwegian hand cream which is more of a emollient so it helps to keep my skin moisturized.

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  39. Rachel Beltz | 13th Nov 15

    My main winter defense line would have to be covering up exposed skin and lathering on the moisturizer!

  40. Michelle Boor | 14th Nov 15

    I try to stay hydrated to survive winter

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  47. Michelle StPierre | 16th Nov 15

    A humidifier in the rooms. It helps not dry out your skin and sinus’s. Also lotion! Thanks for the chance! Good luck everyone!

  48. Kassie | 16th Nov 15

    I drink a lot of water to stay hydrated from the inside out and make sure to moisturize often.

  49. Lorena Keech | 16th Nov 15

    I drink LOTS of fluids and keep my showers/handwashing short.

  50. laurie murley | 18th Nov 15

    I put lotion on my feet before I go to bed and put socks on and it helps them stay soft

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