I am trying to find a good one aswell, I have used all the drug store ones, and none are really great I have really dry skin from the dry climate here in California so I hope some member out there has ideasI treid Aloe Vera at one time, it went on nicely but then I found it made my skin drier ..
Ya.. a lot of the drug store ones don't work for me either. The one recommended to me is discontinued lol so I guess I won't get to try it. I've tried those moisturizing hand gloves too and they don't work soo what else can I try :(
I hope someone has a great one though that we can try.
I got it 2 days ago, it is pretty good, your hands do feel softer, I have a real problem with my skin this year ,it cost me& 3..99 for a small tube , but hey my hands are raspy so its worth it, they feel better today, so thanks to one Shyteen
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