Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Wednesday Giveaway: CLEAN Anti-Bacterial Moisturizing Hand Cream (giveaway!)

Today was a handful. Literally. Waaaaaay too much to do, and not enough time to do it. Mostly it was the juggling that got to me. I went from co-worker, to friend, to writer, to partner, to etc., etc. It would have been really nice to concentrate on one thing at a time; but sometimes that just isn’t how it shakes out.

I’ll hazard a guess that my hands aren’t the only ones that are juggling, making, creating, or just plain doing to much. So how about a giveaway in honor of our hands today? From ifp and the folks at CLEAN.

Anti-Bacterial Moisturizing Hand Cream

Blurb: Kills 99.9% of germs continuously for up to 4 hours, protecting you instantly and persistently! The formula features SafetyDerm® technology, which suspends germ-killing Benzethonium Chloride in airy-light layers of moisturizers to veils your hands like invisible germ-killing gloves for up to 4 hours. This formula moisturizes with Vitamin E, Avocado, Jojoba and Grape Seed Oil, to leave skin feeling silky and smooth. Alcohol Free. Paraben Free. Triclosan Free. Hypoallergenic.

I posted a review in July; and now thanks to the folks at CLEAN, I have two tubes to help one lucky reader’s hands stay protected and moisturized.

How to enter: Send an email to me at with a comment about any of my 2010 or 2011 posts. Put "CLEAN Giveaway" in the subject line; and put the post title and your comment in the body of the email. You have as many chances to win as I have posts (just send each one in a separate email). I'll accept entries through Saturday, February 19 (11:59pm Eastern), and I’ll email the winner on Sunday, February 20. The winner will have 72 hours to respond. If no response, I’ll move to the next randomly selected person. U.S. residents only and GOOD LUCK!

In the meantime, If you want to browse, take a look at the website. You can also find CLEAN at HSN, Sephora and Ulta.

And...just to keep the whole juggling/doing thing going, today’s retro fragrance ad is all about the multitasking. Remember this?

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