Hand Solutions for Smooth and Silky Skin

A Guide to Winter Ready Skin

Winter is right around the corner and the cold will soon begin to take its toll on our bodies. Our hands seem to especially take a beating as the temperature plummets. But a great hand lotion can alleviate dry, cracked skin, which can be both painful and inconvenient. With so many choices, here are some favorites I recommend that will surely get you on your way to smooth and silky skin.

Jack Black Industrial Strength Hand Healer
3 fl oz, $15

Hand Healer may be formulated for men, but that doesn’t mean if you’re a lady that it’s off limits. In fact, it is made to treat man hands, which are typically very rough and calloused, making it even more effective. This special lotion features Vitamins A and E, is incredibly rich and is not greasy.

What’s in it?
• Vitamins A and E to condition and heal skin and cuticles
• Rice bran oil to soften and moisturize skin
• Eucalyptus, a natural antiseptic, to refresh
• Allantoin and glycerin to soften and lubricate dry skin

L’Occitane Shea Butter Hand Cream
5.2oz, $28

Shea butter is the main moisturizing ingredient in this super creamy hand lotion along with other essential extracts and oils. If you need instant nourishment to ease severely dry, cracked skin, here is your remedy. This cream has a light fragrance and will leave your skin feeling silky and moisturized. Apply at least once a day to keep hands healthy.

What’s in it?
• Shea Butter
• Honey and almond extracts
• Coconut oil


Raspberry Buttercream Frosting Hand Creme, Travel Size
2oz, $9.50

If you are a lover of sweet and delicious lotions that smell good enough to eat and also naturally nourish your skin, then this is the cream for you. Fresh strawberry, raspberry and buttery vanilla makes for a delectable scent. The healing ingredients are derived from plant extracts that naturally hydrate and prevent damage from problem dry skin.

What’s in it?
• Menthol, Camphor, & Myrrh
• Fruit Extracts
• Meadowfoam Seed Oil for quick absorption

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