Ouch. So far, this harsh winter has taken a toll on my hands. They are dry, chapped and my cuticles look like hell. So I have taken it upon myself to do some research and try every hand cream I can literally get my hands on. Here are my 5 picks for the best hand creams;
Available at most drugstores, Curel Targeted Hand & Cuticle Therapy Cream instantly provides relief that continues to last even through a few hand washings! While traditional lotions only hydrate skin’s surface, Curel moisturizers work at the source of dryness to replenish skin’s ceramide levels. – not just relieving symptoms, but actually improving skin performance. It’s formulated with soy milk, monoi oil and vitamin E, so it not only leaves your hands super soft, but helps prevent broken nails by strengthening cuticles.
OK, so Elizabeth Arden’s Eight Hour Cream isn’t ‘technically’ a hand cream. It’s an everything cream! This iconic “miracle cream” relives chapped, cracked dry skin and soothes and comforts redness, minor scrapes and abrasions. It has earned a permanent spot on my night stand because it is truly the last thing I reach for before turning out the light. I not only apply this skin brilliant multi-tasker to my hands, but also to my lips and feet. I then awake to super-soft skin. I don’t think I will ever want to go through another winter without it!
– Lauren Dimet Waters
Some samples provided for review and some were purchased. Opinions are unbiased and my own.See the Top Ten Summer 2016 Trends for Women Over 40
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