The 6 Best -- and 6 Worst -- Hand Creams
When was the last time you showed your hands some love? Before you reach for any old lotion, find out which products work best ... and which ones to skip
Why: Readers found this product to be more greasy than creamy. One reader says, "This cream took forever to absorb into my hands (and my hands get pretty dry). In fact, I don't think it ever really did. While it was on, it stayed greasy, and somehow didn't seem to moisturize that thoroughly at all. I also have to say that jar-style packaging for hand cream is tremendously inconvenient. It may be cute, but it's annoying to have to screw a cap on when your hands are covered with extra-greasy cream." Another reader says, "The feel of the product is very heavy and greasy. It feels as if I were using Crisco shortening on my hands. I couldn't even wash it off without using dish soap. I was very disappointed."
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