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August 15, 2013

O'Keeffe's Working Hands Cream

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Above, before and after shots showing the results of a week's use.

J.M. Findley's rave Cool Tools review follows.




For years I've been plagued with skin cracks or fissures on my fingertips, especially in winter.

After a weekend of cooking, chores, or gardening, my hands were a painful mess.

No lotions, oils, or creams helped much, and it's impractical to keep fingertips bandaged all the time.

I picked up a jar of O'Keeffe's Working Hands at my grocery store and have been using it for two weeks.

It has completely changed and improved the texture of my skin.

No more ragged cuticles either, and even my fingernails are stronger.

It is completely odorless and not greasy.

Their advertising says it's the high concentration of glycerin that does it.

Whatever it is, it feels like a miracle to me.



O'Keeffe's Healthy Feet Cream: $7.91.

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Several generations of the women in my family swear by Bag Balm (also half the price). Even though none ever worked at a dairy (yes, it was originally to soothe milk cows, not people - but people quickly recognized its effects on themselves, especially in cold weather)

Posted by: John A | Aug 18, 2013 4:21:19 AM

Alpha Keri lotion used to work wonders for my wife, the nurse (30 years ago).

Bag Balm was also supposed to be good.

Posted by: PT | Aug 16, 2013 10:19:28 AM

You could also try No Crack. It's worked great for me.

Posted by: Dean | Aug 15, 2013 12:33:26 AM

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