Keep Your Family Healthy (and Save Money) this Winter with Johnson & Johnson Brands!

Winter can do a number on your health.  Between the cold temps, dry air, and general assault from every cold and flu virus known to man, families can be stressed from the demands of caring for little ones and each other.  We strive to keep a VERY well-stocked medicine cabinet for our family of 7, which usually means multiples of everything from bandages to throat spray.

All of that preparedness can be costly, if not done correctly.  Did you know that 81% of Americans are likely to make a New Year’s resolution to save more money this year? Of those likely, 2 in 3 (67%) plan to use coupons to support those frugal resolutions!*

That's why I'm super excited for the next Healthy Essentials coupon insert from Johnson & Johnson brands, coming out on Sunday, January 6th, in local newspapers everywhere and online at Healthy Essentials coupons will provide over $175 in savings on all your favorite products (which means you can stock that cabinet for much less!)

Wanna Win?  To get you started stocking your winter essentials, we are giving away a “Winter Skin Survival Kit,” featuring an assortment of some of the great brands you can save money on!

The kit, which values at $50 contains:

· JOHNSON’S® Baby Powder
· JOHNSON’S® Baby Lotion
· BAND-AID® Brand with new QUILTVENT® Technology
· BENGAY® Zero Degrees
· NEOSPORIN® ECZEMA ESSENTIALS™ Daily Moisturizing Cream
· NEUTROGENA® HAND CREAM Norwegian Formula®
· DESITIN® Maximum Strength Original Paste

To be entered to win, just comment on this post with which product you think you'll use most this winter!  You have until January 12th at 11:59 pm CST to get your entries in.  Open to U.S. residents 18+. One entry per person, please.   Full promotional rules here.

Don't forget to enter our other blog giveaways while you're here!

**Prizing provided by Johnson & Johnson brands.  Opinions are always 100% my own.
*According to a recent study by Wakefield Research on behalf of Johnson & Johnson Family of Consumer Companies.