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: H20+ Hand & Nail Cream isn't a bad hand cream ... it just doesn't work as well as it should. One reader says, "I keep this on my desk at work and use it regularly. While it does moisturize my hands without that greasy feeling, other hand lotions have worked better." We shared our reader's sentiment when we tried it out. "This lightweight, powder-scented lotion sinks in so fast you can immediately type an e-mail without slipping all over the keyboard. While it does soften, it lacks the necessary ingredients for repairing chapped hands (one of their claims). Sea fennel and wakame are top ingredients, but only small amounts of allantoin (for repair) and vitamin E (for moisture) are present."
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