Zim’s Max Crack Creme Creamy Daytime Formula Review!

Press Sample

In my last post I reviewed Zim’s Crack Creme Original Liquid Formula... today I have the Creamy Daytime Formula!


From the website:

“Zim’s CRACK Creme Creamy Daytime Formula is an herbal formula that softens and moisturizes dry, cracked skin. Developed by a pharmacist. Recommended for daytime use, complimenting nighttime use of the Original Liquid Formula . Use on Hands, Feet, Elbows, Cuticles & More.”

Starting with scent again… it is similar to the original formula but it’s not as strong. It also has aloe in it, so you get a bit of that in the scent.

The formula itself is a thicker lotion, which I like. It’s similar to Aveeno daily moisturizing lotion. I’ve been mostly using it on my hands, especially after I shower or wash my hands, as we have pretty hard water. The water mixed with the weather means I need extra moisture.

It absorbs super quickly, and instantly makes your hands (or whatever else) feel super duper soft. This is probably the softest my hands have been from using any kind of lotion. It does leave my finger tips a bit greasy, but it’s slight and with how soft my hands are… I can totally deal with it.

Overall, a great moisturizer. I would definitely recommend it! You can find it online at a variety of stores, or on Zim’s website

Infinite Aloe Gold Anti-Aging Formula Review!

Disclaimer: This was sent to me for review


Another Infinite Aloe products for you guys today! And I LOVE this one! Here’s a little about it:

InfiniteAloe Gold’s NanoDelivery System delivers all of the most advanced anti-aging ingredients and Aloe Vera to form the most comprehensive anti-aging cream on the market–by leaps and bounds.

Use it day and night to defeat fine lines, wrinkles and age spots.

Advanced Deep Hydration allows the ingredients to penetrate the cellular walls and delivery vital life giving nutrients.

SlowRelease technology gives you ’round the clock moisture and tightening.  It is most effective on your face, neck and hands–or where ever your aging is most evident.”

Where to begin? How about the product itself? Well, it’s very thick, thicker than any other moisturizer/lotion that I have ever used. Its so thick that it kind of plasters my eyebrows down lol kind of like a brow gel haha. You only need a little bit, I scoop it up with one finger and that’s enough for my entire face. It it clear in color and has a floral scent, nothing overpowering. It absorbs very quickly, feels lightweight once its absorbed and moisturizers awesomely. Once I left it on for like 20 minutes before doing my makeup and oh ma gawd guys! My face felt so great! haha

I only use it in the morning after I wash my face, I let it sink in then go on to do my makeup as usual. I haven’t seen any difference in age spots or wrinkles… because I don’t happen to have any at my ripe old age of 24.

I’ve been using this every day since I received it and I really love it. I’m super impressed with Infinite Aloe skin care in general… really good quality and great for sensitive skin. I had zero bad reactions to their products.

I do want you guys to be wary… this is a very pricey product. I honestly didn’t even know the price until I grabbed the blurb off of their website, and I was pretty shocked. As much as I love the product, I wouldn’t spend that much money on any kind of skin care, but if you’re not opposed… go for it! For more info, along with the price, check out the Infinite Aloe website.

Infinite Aloe Advanced Formula Skin Care Review!

Disclaimer: These products were sent to me for review

I’ve got some lotions from Infinite Aloe today!


From left to right: Special edition, original, fragrance free

Consistency of these is a little thicker than your average cream, thicker than Philosophy Hands of Hope for example. They are non-greasy and absorb really quickly.

The main difference between these is the scent. The original has a jasmine scent, its nice and floral but not too strong after it is applied. The special edition has an interesting scent.. it has a strong almost oatmeal bath smell (like the ones you took when you had chicken pox) but also an underlying scent that’s hard to place. I want to say that it’s floral but a manlier floral, kind of like a floral aftershave or shave soap. The fragrance free has no fragrance but it does have a scent.. it smells like that oatmeal bath also.

Overall I really like these as lotions, I use them on my hands after I shower. You can use them on any dry patches, or all over the body. I wouldn’t suggest using these on the face, especially ones with fragrance. I find myself gravitating toward the original… really love that one!

You can find out more about these, including ingredients and price on the Infinite Aloe website.