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Old 01-31-2003, 08:01 PM   #1
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What's a good hand lotin to use?

This cold weather has made my hands fell like sand paper. Any suggestons of what I can use to make them nice and smooth?
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Old 01-31-2003, 08:04 PM   #2
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Neutrogena put it on stick on some gloves (you can steal them from hospitals *cough*) but my mum bought them vinyl gloves and your hands are nice and soft next day if you sleep with it on overnight
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Old 01-31-2003, 08:20 PM   #3
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I use bath and body works body cream. Works quite nicely I think - and they have very many nummy smells. I am a fan of night blooming jasmine.
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I've always loved Bath & Body Works, but the lotions have been irritating my skin lately.
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I use Vaseline Intensive Care lotion water resistant.
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Neutrogena Norwegian Formula Hand Cream...it's not greasy and it's concentrated so it only takes a small dab to work well



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this is my secret to smooth legs. well, that and i shave every other day. but it also keeps my elbows and heels moisterized, cuz they get super dry year-round.

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I really like Jergens lotion, but I use that for my body in general and not my hands in particular.
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If your hands are really that dry, I'd stick with a hand cream instead of a hand lotion, there's more oil in a hand cream to help keep moisture in. I have to wash my hands alot and so I constantly have to keep something on - I really like Bath and Body Works Soothing Shea Butter. But Lara had good advice about sleeping with gloves on at night, it can really make a diference.
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This stuff is great...expensive, but works really good.
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Originally posted by bonosloveslave
If your hands are really that dry, I'd stick with a hand cream instead of a hand lotion, there's more oil in a hand cream to help keep moisture in. I have to wash my hands alot and so I constantly have to keep something on - I really like Bath and Body Works Soothing Shea Butter. But Lara had good advice about sleeping with gloves on at night, it can really make a diference.
Thanks bonosloveslave about the shea butter. I got some from the Bath & Body Works, and it makes my hands feel so smooth.
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A note of caution about shea butter:

I have an allergy to nuts. Shea butter is made of shea nuts, and it can lead to extremely severe surface allergic reactions in people such as myself. I experienced one of those recently with a Body Shop product, and it is absolutely beyond me why they don't carry nut allergen warnings on them.
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