Friday, November 2, 2012

Toe Juice (Funny Name, Multi-Use Product) Review & Giveaway -Ends 11/16

Toe Juice - 4.6 fl. oz.

I don't know about you, but it's very frustrating to me to buy 10 different products to take care of 10 different skin issues.  You end up with a bathroom cabinet full of various skin treatments, lotions, swabs, etc.  When I heard of Toe Juice, the name simultaneously made me laugh and cringe!  But, Toe Juice isn't a product meant solely for your toes.....as a matter of fact, it has more uses in other regions of your body than it does on your toes!

Toe Juice uses DermaVine, a blend of plant based extracts, to enhance the skin's natural repairing ability.  Toe Juice can be used for a number of common skin ailments such as:
  • Ezcema
  • Warts
  • Skin toner
  • Acne
  • Insect bites
  • Athlete's foot
  • Ringworm
The list really goes on and on, but you can see here that Toe Juice is a natural and all-inclusive way to help solve a variety of common skin problems.  Head on over to Toe Juice to see a complete list of uses for Toe Juice.  You can also check out a video here that shows the many uses of Toe Juice. 

I have some pretty irritating rosacea on my face that causes redness and bumps that look and act like acne.  There's no treatment for rosacea, but you can do things to minimize the effects on your skin.  Avoiding trigger foods, cooling after exertion, and constant but gentle cleansing of the affected region.  I've tried all sorts of creams and toners to help, but haven't found anything that really does a great job, so I thought I'd try Toe Juice.
Before, see the red bumps?
This product really  helped reduce the acne like bumps and kept the face cleansed and toned.  Unfortunately, I also have sensitive skin, so Toe Juice's alcohol-based product lit me up like crazy.  Some mild tingling/burning sensation is good when you're dealing with a product that gets rid of acne and other like skin conditions, but it's not good for sensitive skin folks like me.  My face was flaming red in the spots where I put the Toe Juice on for a couple of hours.

After, bumps gone, but redness remains

Deciding that this probably wasn't a product that I should keep on using for my face, I decided to try it on hubby's razor bumps and acne.  He didn't have any adverse reaction to the product and it cleared up those pesky bumps quickly.  I also tried it on a bug bite that I had and it worked better than any topical anti-itch medication I've tried before.

All this being said, I'd definitely recommend this to be a multi-use product in your skin challenge arsenal, but caution you to test the product out in a small area first before you use it all over your face.

You can buy Toe Juice on Amazon, Drugstore.com, and Walgreens and many other stores.  Check out their list of brick and mortar stores that carry Toe Juice.  Additionally, you can get Toe Juice directly from their website, and they're running a web special that gets you a free bottle and you pay only the price of shipping.

And now, get a chance to try Toe Juice out for yourself and see the difference it can make for you and your family!  One luck reader will win a Toe Juice kit just like the one I received!

Giveaway ends 11/16 at midnight.  You must complete all of the mandatory entries for your entries to count.  US only.

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27 comments:

Fostering Hope said...

My crazy acne! I'm 36--you think I would have gone through puberty by now!! :)

LaVonne @ Long Wait said...

I have seen Toe Juice before but had no idea what it was. I love natural products and this one seems great since it helps so many ailments. I'd like to use it for acne too!

Janene Krajci Christine Hutchinson said...

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Oh - and the Toe Juice . . . I'm not sure what I would use it for but acne is definitely something I have problems with so I'd probably start there!

Carries Rambles said...

That horrible bikini area after shaving

Kelly R said...

Love the name..LOL... I heard such great things about this product..

Julzii99 said...

I would use it for the dry skin on my feet!!

Nicki Mutter said...

I would use it on my son's eczema

Shannon Brown said...

Sounds like an interesting product!

Diana Stanhope said...

I would use it as a skin toner

Mallory G said...

Sounds...interesting ;)

Stephanie said...

My daughter's patch of eczema on her ankle.

Sage said...

I would love to try this on my daughter's eczema!

Rebekah O. said...

Eczema on my daughters hands.

Jennifer Williams said...

My oldest son has skin issues on his face, I would try it for him to see if the itching would stop.

Melissa Tiffany said...

Never heard of this but my husband could use it for his feet!! bahahaha

JSweeps said...

I think I'd use it on bug bits - I have sensitive skin too.

Literary Winner said...

I would use it on my husband - he has several flaky patches of skin that we think may be stress-induced eczema.

maggie at literary winner dot com

BzzAgent KaciOhio said...

My feet or face, this is something I'd really like to try.
Kaci Guisinger-Harrison

Tom Shewbridge said...

Dry skin on the heels of my feet, maybe on my forehead.

Tom Shewbridge

Stacy said...

Dry skin on my elbows...ughhhh fall!

3 Giggly Monsters said...

Currently I use it for my sons dry skin on his knees.

Rachel @ The Philosophers Wife said...

I'd give it to my hubby--his skin is in rough shape.

Erinn Sluka said...

I would use it on my hands dry skin...Erinn A

Unknown said...

i would use thi product on the dry patches on my elbows

Unknown said...

entered as kathy dalton...
i will use this product on the dry patches on my elbows

liberty boblett said...

I would use this on my husband's nasty toenails. Maybe it will actually work!

Angie Church said...

I suffer from eczema so this would be the thing I used
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