Saturday, September 11, 2010

DERMagic Lemongrass Skin Rescue Shampoo Bar Review and Giveaway

Recently, I've had the pleasure of trying out the Lemongrass Spearmint Skin Rescue Shampoo Bar, the newest product from DERMagic Skin Care. I'm so lucky and grateful to DERMagic, as they let me try out their products and I've never been unsatisfied. This one being no different from any of the amazing products they produce.

Now, my two Labrador Retriever girls are pretty healthy, no problems like mange, hot spots or yeast infections. Occasional dry skin here and there, but nothing else to report. Proper nutrition, bathing and brushing take care of that, along with a few special products that I like to use to help along the way.

So then, why would I do a review of DERMagic Lemongrass Skin Rescue Shampoo Bar? Because I know their products, have used their products and anything I can do to make my two lovable Labradors more comfortable, the better it is for all of us!

DERMagic's Lemongrass Skin Rescue Shampoo Bar is the first step in treating dogs with serious skin conditions such as mange, hot spots, alopecia X, and yeast infections. DERMagic utilizes sulfur and Neem oil to naturally kill mites, bacteria and fungus (including yeast), and lemongrass and spearmint for their fresh-smelling, flea repellent qualities.

"Initial users are dubbing this the 'healing bar' for its instrumental role in resolving even the most serious skin conditions in dogs," said founder of DERMagic Dr. Adelia Ritchie. "Our organic Shampoo Bars contain no preservatives nor sulfates and other harsh chemicals, providing the perfect first step to restoring a dog's skin to good health. We're thrilled to offer this safe yet powerful cleansing bar to our line of grooming and skin rescue products for furry family members."

After trying the DERMagic's Lemongrass Skin Rescue Shampoo Bar, I'm pleased to report that they have another exceptional product on their hands. Now, as I stated, my Labrador Retriever girls don't have problems with mange, hot spots, alopecia X, or yeast infections, but one can never be to careful. After receiving the Lemongrass Skin Rescue Shampoo Bar, I was more than happy to give my two Lab girls a bath (even though they might not have been).

First off, the fragrance of the bar was fantastic, with it leaving my two Labs with a wonderful clean, fresh smell! Knowing that my Labrador Retrievers were being bathed with organic vegetable oils and ingredients that include coconut, olive, castor, sunflower, neem oil, aloe vera and more natural ingredients, was a blessing.

I saw no after itching associated with other soap based products for dogs and was more than happy to know that my Labrador Retrievers would be getting the extra protection benefits from the DERMagic name. It produced a rich lather, which is something you don't see from many dog soap bars and provided excellent cleansing agents for my Labs. Another outstanding products from DERMagic!

DERMagic was also generous enough to let me do a giveaway for your chance to win a bar of their Lemongrass Skin Rescue Shampoo. If you would like to win DERMagic's Lemongrass Skin Rescue Shampoo Bar, here's what you have to do:

Main Entry:

Let us know why you would like to win the DERMagic's Lemongrass Skin Rescue Shampoo Bar (dog has itchy skin, you want to try new product, etc.).

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This giveaway is open to residents of the United States only, 18 or older and will end at 11:59 PM EST 9/18/10. The winner will be selected by random generator and the entries verified. The winner will then have 48 hours to claim their giveaway prize. If the winner does not claim their prize within their 48 hour period, a new winner will be chosen.

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Disclaimer: I would like to thank Revolution PR on behalf of DERMagic for the opportunity to review the Lemongrass Skin Rescue Shampoo Bar. The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way. I was not compensated in any manner, other than the product to review. My reviews may not always positive, but they are my personal and honest opinions. Please conduct your own research before purchasing products.

Congratulations to Heather for winning this giveaway!

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Heather! September 15, 2010 4:08 AM  

We have two dogs (a Lab and a mixed breed), and while they don't currently have any major skin issues, we do see occasional itchy and dry skin. I do like to have things on hand to deal with issues as they arise, so it would be great to know I have a DERMagic product available to help ease their discomfort! Plus, regular shampoos often dry my dogs' skin and don't always leave their fur shiny and healthy-looking. I'd love to try DERMagic Lemongrass Skin Rescue!

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Heather! September 15, 2010 4:12 AM  

I tweeted this contest!
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Heather! September 15, 2010 4:13 AM  

I subscribe to RSS via Google Reader.
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Heather! September 15, 2010 4:13 AM  

I follow via Google Friend Connect!
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Heather! September 16, 2010 4:59 AM  

I tweeted today!
(That's okay, right? It doesn't say 'daily entry', but it does say 'one extra entry for each tweet'.) :)

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Heather! September 18, 2010 8:43 AM  

Daily tweet!!/hybroanglid/status/24845143630
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thebakers1218 July 21, 2011 3:52 PM  

I have been doing quite extensive research on this skin care line and would absolutely LOVE to try it. My dog has severe allergies - to the point, in fact, that our veternarian now refers to his ailments as "it's just Jordan - another round of antibiotics" and no longer requests to see us when we call with our concerns. We have been put through the ringer - literally - with our dog's problems. He is allergic to wheat, yeast, rice, beef, barley, and potatoes - and that is JUST THE FOOD GROUPS. He has had two staph infections on his skin, each of which resulted in eight month treatments with antibiotics and yeast infections in his ears that crop up at least three times a year. One was so serious it resulted in an aural hematoma which had to be removed. We have tried everything - washing weekly (of course this is considered frequent by our Western medical veternarian) and we have used everything from oatmeal and aloe, to hypoallergenic to medicated shampoos. NOTHING WORKS. Our dog takes NINE benadryl per day and eats a homemade diet combined with a prescription diet. We are desperate to give our poor dog some relief from the hot spots, scaly skin and just plain itchiness.

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