Sunday, September 05, 2010

Toe Juice and Hog Wash: Special Offers and Giveaway!

I was definitely curious when I received a note asking if I would host a review and giveaway for Toe Juice and Hog Wash! I kind of thought I might need to have some farming experience to try these products, but I was assured that Toe Juice and Hog Wash are equal-opportunity skincare products! So, what are they?

Toe Juice is a fast-drying liquid that refreshes, soothes, and softens dry and cracked feet. It also helps with the itching, burning, and annoying irritations often associated with skin problems like psoriasis, eczema, athlete’s foot, and dry patches on the skin. And it’s not just for feet; it can be used anywhere that you’ve got dry or irritated skin. Where I live in Florida, we’re often walking around in bare feet and standing on hot surfaces, so my feet tend to be dry and tough. I’ve been using Toe Juice for quite a while now, and it is so refreshing! It feels like a cool bath on my skin and dries quickly so I don’t have to keep my feet up for very long. It’s definitely made the bottom of my feet feel better. A big bonus in my book is that Toe Juice is made of only natural ingredients, not synthetic chemicals.

Hog Wash is a fast-drying hand sanitizer that also helps to soothe and soften dry hands. It’s made with DermaVine, which is a plant-based cleansing compound that helps to promote skin cell growth. It’s a great product to have around for the dirty kids in your house (like mine). I love that it’s not sticky or greasy, which makes it ideal for every member of the family. And it’s a definite bonus that it actually helps to heal dry skin.

I’m extremely pleased with Toe Juice and Hog Wash, and I encourage you to go to www.toejuice.com to check them out! You can also find them on Twitter and Facebook.

LINKS

Website: www.toejuice.com
Twitter: www.twitter.com/ToeJuice_______
Facebook:
www.facebook.com/pages/TOE-JUICE/123051117729881

SPECIAL OFFERS

How would you like to try some Toe Juice for free? Just go to www.toejuice.com and put a 1 oz. bottle of Toe Juice in your shopping cart. At the checkout, enter the code onparenting, and your Toe Juice will be free! That’s a $7.99 value!

Here’s another great deal so that you can try both Toe Juice and Hog Wash. At www.toejuice.com, put the Toe Juice/Hog Wash Combo Pack in your cart, and then enter the code ItWorks during checkout to get 20% off your order! This product is currently priced at $25, so that will save you $5! This is a great deal.

GIVEAWAY

Finally, I have a very generous giveaway for one lucky reader! Here’s a picture of the prize, worth more than $50:


The prize includes:

1. A Toe Juice T-shirt
2. One 8-ounce bottle of Hog Wash
3. Two 2-ounce bottles of Hog Wash
4. One 4.6-ounce bottle of Toe Juice
5. Two 1-ounce bottles of Toe Juice

To enter, go to www.toejuice.com, and return here to leave a comment on this post about something you learned on the site. You must do this to enter the giveaway.

You can earn optional, additional entries by... (leave a separate comment for each)

- Following Toe Juice (@ToeJuice_______) and Susan Heim on Parenting (@ParentingAuthor) on Twitter and tweeting about this giveaway. You may tweet 3 times a day. (Please space them at least an hour apart.) Leave a separate comment with the URL of each tweet. (It’s easy to tweet this giveaway by using the buttons at the bottom of this post. 1 entry per tweet.)

- Subscribing to Susan Heim on Parenting via email, RSS and/or Kindle (see sign-up options on left sidebar). Leave a comment for each subscription method. (1 entry for each subscription method for up to 3 entries)

- Liking Susan Heim on Parenting on Facebook. (1 entry)

- Liking Toe Juice on Facebook. (1 entry)

- Following Susan Heim on Parenting through Google Friend Connect. Click on the “Follow” button on the left sidebar. Leave a comment. (1 entry)

- Putting a button for Susan Heim on Parenting on your blog (the code is in the upper right-hand column of this site) and/or a text link on your blog roll. Post a comment with your blog’s URL. (1 entry for button; 1 entry for text link)

- Posting this giveaway on your blog with a link to this page. Leave a comment with a direct link to the post. (3 entries; leave a separate comment for each)

- Receive 5 extra entries if you commented on this Birthday Page before 11:59 PM on September 6. Leave 5 comments saying, “Birthday Bash #1,” “Birthday Bash #2,” etc.

One winner will be randomly selected from the qualified comments received by Monday, September 20, 2010, at 11:59 PM EST. Please leave an email address on one of your comments if it’s not available on your Blogger profile. Winners must respond within 72 hours or another winner will be drawn. Contest is open to US residents only.

CONTEST CLOSED. Congratulations to the winner, Some Lucky Dog!



DISCLOSURE: I received samples of Toe Juice and Hog Wash to facilitate this candid review. No other compensation was provided.

99 comments:

  1. this sounds great! I learned-

    Garner created Toe Juice in the very early ’70s, when his son – then an 18-month-old baby – suffered from an unknown skin ailment.

    lauren51990 AT aol DOT com

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  2. follow on google

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  3. First of all Susan, let me say, when I saw the names, I had to laugh..how cute! :) I learned that Royce Garner created Toe Juice. I can just hear my family laughing (if I win) when I tell them that I won some Toe Juice and Hog Wash.....tooooo funny!!! Thanks, Paula C. paulasue39@yahoo.com

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  4. I follow you and Toe Juice on twitter and I retweeted at sexyknickers68

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  5. Email subscriber - paulasue39@yahoo,com

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  6. I follow you on facebook

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  7. I like Toe Juice on FB

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  8. Posted on my facebook wall - Paula Caudill paulasue39@yahoo.com

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  9. #2 Posted on facebook

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  11. I read the testimonials and they are awesome. One person said they have been using Toe Juice for over 30 years, so they've been around a long time!

    PSL I tried to use the coupon code "onparenting" and it didn't work :( I'll try again tomorrow after the holiday...

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  12. following you and ToeJuice on twitter (someluckydog) and tweeted
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  13. following on google friend connect

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  16. blogged http://someluckydog.blogspot.com/2010/09/toe-juice-and-hog-wash-giveaway-at.html #1

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  19. Birthday Bash #1
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  20. I LEARNED "Garner created Toe Juice in the very early ’70S" kytah00@yahoo.com

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  21. RSS SUBSCRIBER VIA MY PERSONAL YAHOO PAGE kytah00@yahoo.com

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  22. LIKED YOUR BLOG ON FACEBOOK VIA ANGEL JACKLYN facebook.com/kytah00 kytah00@yahoo.com

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  23. LIKED TOE JUICE ON FACEBOOK VIA ANGEL JACKLYN facebook.com/kytah00 kytah00@yahoo.com

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  24. FOLLOWING YOU ON GOOGLE FRIEND CONNECT AS "kytah00" kytah00@yahoo.com

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  25. POSTED YOUR BUTTON @ http://hypnoticblend.blogspot.com/p/blog-buttons.html kytah00@yahoo.com

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  26. In 1970 Royce Garner, a high school chemistry teacher in Boise, Idaho, produced his first batch of Toe Juice.

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  27. email subscriber

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  34. 09-6 tweet #2 http://twitter.com/someluckydog/status/23204772673

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  35. 09-07 tweet #1
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    coupon code is working now, thanks!

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  36. 09-07 twet #2 http://twitter.com/someluckydog/status/23868865970

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  37. 09-08 tweet #1 http://twitter.com/someluckydog/status/23893725109

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  38. I learned that Royce Garner created toe juice in the early 70s when his infant son had an unknown skin ailment.

    elkmeese at yahoo dot com

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  39. I'm an email subscriber

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  40. I like you on fb (Lindsie with the grease profile pic)

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  41. I'm gfc follower Lindsie

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  42. 09-08 tweet #2
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  46. 09-10 tweet #1
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  47. Toe Juice works on cold sores!

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  48. Found that they are available in Walgreens. Will look for it next time I'm in there. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  49. RSS Subscriber to your blog.

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  55. 09-10 tweet #2
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  58. 09-12 tweet #1
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    PS! Got my free sample today, very fast! Can't wait to try it :)

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  70. toe juice works on cold sores too

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  71. 09-18 tweet #1
    https://twitter.com/someluckydog/status/24870647271

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  72. I learned that you can buy a Toe Juice window sticker for a dollar.

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  73. I learned Toe Juice can be used for many different situations: acne, warts, cracked heels, athlete's foot, fungus and psoriasis.

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  74. 09-18 tweet #2
    https://twitter.com/someluckydog/status/24896559373

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  75. I learned that learned that Royce Garner created Toe Juice. Thanks! aleksa91 hotmail

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  76. I learned that Royce Garner, a high school chemistry teacher in Boise, Idaho, developed Toe Juice because his infant son had flaking, dry, cracked feet.

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  77. I learned that they created tow joice in the 70's suelee1998 @ gmail.com

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  78. I follow your blog via gfc suelee1998 @ gmail.com

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  79. 09-19 tweet #1
    http://twitter.com/someluckydog/status/24993178749

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  80. I like their website. I learned you can use toe juice on cold sores by applying once or twice a day.
    hickenfam at hotmail dot com

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  81. I follow with gfc (psychdog).
    hickenfam at hotmail dot com

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  82. JoAnn G3:21 PM

    I learned that you can use this product to soothe skin irritated by shaving.
    joeandjoann at gmail dot com

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  83. I learned from the website that I can buy this in Walgreens and Albertsons in my area.

    kerrie@mayansfamily.com

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  84. I subscribe to your blog's rss feed thru google reader.

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  85. I leared you can use toe juice for eczema...that'd be great cuz I have painful eczema:) annejk112233(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  86. Anonymous5:03 PM

    It works on Cold Sores! I would love to try it, thanks!
    shakenafist at yahoo dot com

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  87. I learned that for an insect bite you can apply Toe Juice with a cotton swab. Thanks!
    jackievillano at gmail dot com

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  88. I learned that this is a invention of necessity. The owner created this product because of his son's skin ailments.

    pandahugger(at)gmail(dot)com

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  89. 09-20 tweet #2
    http://twitter.com/someluckydog/status/25083830624

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