Long Lasting Skin Care

Resources and Tips


Helpful Links for Skin Repair


In a list of tips on caring for skin during winter, WebMD noted that the skin on our hands is quite thin and therefore susceptible to itchiness and cracking.  At KMIG, we all know that just a dab of KMIG on your elbows and a little mixed with your lotion to apply to hands is the perfect way to keep from suffering during the winter months.  Obviously, this works perfectly on heels, too.


It may not seem like winter is on the way since we have just passed Labor Day, but our dry skin will be reminding us about weather changes very soon.  For everyone who suffers from dry skin the moment the humidity drops and the heat comes on, plan to use your Kiss My Itch Goodbye® in conjunction with your daily body lotion.  Just a squirt from the 4 oz pump bottle into a handful of your daily lotion of choice will make a huge difference.  Give it a try!


Eczema, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis and numerous other skin-related problems are dealt with year-round by tens of thousands.  In many of these cases, KMIG’s Skin Repair and Relief can make a huge difference.  If you, or someone you know suffers from any of these sometimes painful problems, suggest they pick up a bottle and give it a try.


We occasionally run across items and ideas that could make your life easier. For example, when you are at home alone and you need to apply Kiss My Itch Goodbye® to that spot on your back that you can’t quite reach, the solution may be one of these two applicators, both of which have been recommended by other customers.


The Body Creamer from Gold Violin: http://goldviolin.blair.com/catalog/product.jsp?productId=52109


The Easy Lotion Applicator from Aquasentials: http://amazon.com/gp/product/B001D8ZGAM/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


We continue to learn from our customers.  For anyone who would like to scent the lotion, please consider using a drop or two of coconut, lavender, coconut, sandalwood or lemon oil.  These and many other scents are available at Whole Foods or on-line from retailers such as Amazon.


If you see something you think could help our customers, please let us know!





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