Dec 28, 2012
I am a Head Start teacher by day and a stylist by night...needless to say, my hands are a dry horrible mess!!!! I need a "sure fire" way to soften these bad boys up!!!
Only thing that worked on mine (which stuck like Velcro to material! Awful state!) was Boo Boo Mummy body creme (?). Totally fixed them. They were cracking & the cracks were black!
Mine are so horrible....where can I find that? Is there a website?
Burt's bees cranberry & pomegranate body butter. I love this I use it a lot and it works really well!!! :)
Are you US or UK? I found it on Amazon.co.uk but I'm sure if you Googled it there'd be a retailer who would ship to you. I've wasted soooo much money on hand stuff :-O It's the only one I'd buy again.
Thanks! I'm gonna give both a try.
Good luck :) This is the stuff: http://www.boobooshop.com/mummy-ski...
Hannah, that BB sounds edible! Might check it out.
The soap and glory hand food is really good and smells amazing!!
Dec 29, 2012
One thing that worked great for me when I was young was slathering my hands in Vaseline, putting gloves on, and going to sleep. Once you wash off the excess in the morning, your hands feel lovely :)
I'm in the medical field so incompletely understand this problem! What's works wonders for me is Aveeno intense hand relief lotion.
hand food by soap and glory is the only stuff for me hehe:)
Any of The Body Shop products work amazingly well. And you can choose any smell you like!
L'Occitane hand cream with Shea butter.
Scrub your hands with sugar, it works really great
Carmax Hand Lotion. Smells like the Carmax Lip Balm.
Dec 30, 2012
True Blue spa Shea Butter Cashmere from Bath and Body Works. Inexpensive, but highly effective! I'm an RN and constantly washing or sanitizing my hands,needless to say, I feel your pain. This product smells heavenly too
Carmex hand recovery! Super good, leave no greasy leftover.
Put shea butter on your hands then gloves when you go to sleep. Try it for a couple of nights in a row.
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