Sizing up the Sample : O'Keeffe's Working Hands (Hand Cream)

The harsh winter weather makes my hands dry. Also my rheumatic problem causes my hands to swell up frequently and when the swelling subsides, the skin begins to peel away. All this makes the skin on my hand very rough and dry. A few weeks back a tiny pot of O'Keeffe's Working Hands(Hand Cream) dropped in through the post box and I gave it a try. And I am so glad I did.

O'Keeffe's Working Hands(Hand Cream)
O'Keeffe's Working Hands(Hand Cream)


O'Keeffe's Working Hands is an unique formulation of moisturizing ingredients guaranteed to improve dry skin. According to the makers, 'Working Hands' contains a high concentration of Glycerine that draws in and retains moisture which is necessary for healthy skin. The brand is frequently asked what makes their cream different from other similar products and this is what they have to say - "We are not an oil-based product because of one simple reason - oil repels moisture. If your skin is dry, you need to hydrate your skin. We use glycerine as a primary ingredient that does a much better job of drawing moisture in. O’Keeffe’s products are quite concentrated. So, if you are using O’Keeffe’s as a moisturizer, you probably will find that a little goes a long way."

My experience with the hand cream : The cream has no odour whatsoever and rubs in very quickly. Hands do not have a slippery feeling post application of the cream, so you can get back to work or whatever you were doing immediately. And you only need a little of the cream for each use - less is better in this creams case as it is quite concentrated. After using the hand cream for a couple of days I could see that my hands looked and felt much better. If you have dry and cracked skin on your hands and fingers, then I would suggest that you give this cream a try. It is available online from Amazon.


“No matter how plain a woman may be,
if truth and honesty are written across her face, she will be beautiful.”
- Eleanor Roosevelt
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