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Zim's Crack Creme Keeps Skin Soft Through Dry Winter Months

Naturally-Based Herbal Cream Softens and Moisturizes Dry, Cracked Skin During Cold, Harsh Weather

NORTH LIMA, OH -- (Marketwire) -- 01/03/13 -- When the weather outside is frightful, your skin doesn't have to pay the price. While you can't get rid of old man winter, you can fight dull, dry skin with Zim's Crack Creme® (http://www.zimsusa.com/skin-care/creamy-daytime-formula/).

Although its name may make you giggle, this naturally-based product has stood the test of time, winning numerous awards for softening skin for over 60 years. Zim's Crack Creme was originally formulated by pharmacists to moisturize dry, cracked skin of cement workers' hands and feet. Today, it's a top recommended herbal cream used by thousands to give their skin extra TLC, particularly during the harsh winter months.

"With winter season upon us, our skin takes a toll between the brisk dry temperatures outside and the blasting heat inside. For decades Zim's Crack Creme has been the product of choice for many, to moisturize problematic dry skin. We are proud to offer a naturally-based product that makes this time of year a little easier to endure," said Perfecta Products, Inc.™ Director of Marketing & Sales Mark Smith.

Whether it's winter, summer or just a long day's work, Zim's Crack Creme softens the hands, feet, elbows, cuticles, and more. It's popular among men and women from all walks of life.

Zim's Crack Creme can be purchased nationally at K-Mart, Rite Aid, Amazon.com, drugstore.com, and many other major national health and food stores. For a complete list of retail locations that carry Zim's Crack Creme, visit http://www.zimsusa.com/find/.

In addition to Zim's Crack Creme, the Zim's line offers a number of different over-the-counter solutions for pain relief, skin care, lip care, and diabetic living. The Zim's product line aims to expand consumers' options for quality topical products. To learn more about Zim's products and Perfecta Products Inc., visit http://www.zimsusa.com.

About Perfecta Products, Inc.™
Based in North Lima, Ohio, Perfecta Products, Inc. is the national manufacturer and distributor of the Zim's® product line, a dynamic line of naturally-based consumer products. The Zim's product line features different over-the-counter solutions, formulated with naturally-based herbal ingredients, for pain relief, skin care, lip care, diabetic living, and first aid. Today, Perfecta Products' brands can be found in nearly every major retailer in North America. For more information, visit http://www.zimsusa.com or call 800-319-2225.

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