This is NOT a sponsored post. This is your friend telling you that you need this hand cream.
It’s done wonders on my hands and cuticles since I started using it almost two years ago. Why has it taken me this long to pass on this tip to you… I don’t know. I’m really sorry!
Well, I went through that pretty fast. I immediately went out to Target and got a full size tub. O’Keeffe’s is the ONLY lotion that can tackle on marshmallows.
What I mean by that is that it’s the only lotion that has been able to keep my hands hydrated and soft even when I am working with cornstarch all day.
On top of working with my hands, I live in Las Vegas. A desert where the air is dry and the temperature is either scorching hot or freezing cold.
I’ve always suffered from super dry cuticles and working with marshmallows and being a work-from-home mom only made it worse. All day working with my hands and constantly washing them was brutal. My nails looked horrible, my cuticles would crack and my knuckles were beyond dry. I couldn’t apply many of the lotions I had because they were either too oily or they were perfumed. When working with food, that’s the last thing you want. Anyway, I spent so much money looking for the perfect hand lotion with no success.
Then out of nowhere, O’Keffe’s Working Hands came to my rescue!!
It only takes a small dab to cover both of my hands.
No scent. No greasy and slippery hands. No waiting hours for skin to absorb. Just immediate comfort and moisture.
My hands have NEVER looked this healthy.
I’m not tempted to bite my nails and pick at my cuticles anymore. That was super bad!!
I’m writing this post because I know I’m not the only one who’s been through this.
I am positive there are tons of sugar artist, medical professionals, blue-collar workers and moms out there that suffer from dry hands too.
This is your answer my friend – O’Keeffe’s Working Hands hand cream.
It’s available in a tub or convenient squeeze tube. I have both, one for my purse and the other for my Studio.
Hope this friendly tip helps y’all out 🙂