The 6 Best -- and 6 Worst -- Hand Creams
When was the last time you showed your hands some love? Before you reach out for any old lotion, find out which products work best ... and which ones to skip
Why it's great: Reviewers were pleasantly surprised by the transformative powers of the Eucerin Intensive Repair Extra Enriched Hand Creme. One reviewer explains, "I purchased this because the store was out of my typical hand cream from Neutrogena. I didn't think that it would be as good, but I was proved wrong. This hand cream was able to soften my hands AND keep them soft without reapplying at least once an hour like lesser lotions. It doesn't leave my hands greasy or slick and absorbs very well. I had to go back to the store and purchase more tubes to keep in my car, my purse, the kitchen, etc." Another reader says, "I used to think hand creams could only give me temporary relief, but not really heal. I tried this one because I like Eucerin products in general, and I was amazed that the relief was not temporary. My hands were better the day after. It really repairs your hands, not just make them softer."
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