|Hand and Cuticle Therapy by Curel.|
I was getting a little desperate for a solution since my hands are in water often- washing dishes being the biggest reason for my bleeding knuckles. My right hand is under water more than my left and it was feeling the pain. Using Band-Aids and Neosporin to try and heal my knuckles was not working for me. It was a continuous cycle I wasn't winning.
This is what I did: dotted the cream on my knuckles and rubbed it in both hands each and every time I washed my hands, showered, washed dishes, etc. I also used it before bedtime. After 4 days I noticed the redness was considerably lessened. After 7 days I didn't use the product each time my hands were washed. It got to be that I forgot to use the product on some days.
I appreciate that this is not greasy, or icky feeling. The fragrance could
be a little lighter for my preference, but it doesn't have a very strong odor. Plus, a tiny drop goes a long way. If the product continues to be sold, the formula still is effective, and the fragrance doesn't get stronger - I will continue to buy it. The package states that it is made in the USA. Products come and go so fast these days. Some of my favorites have disappeared, haven't yours?
Just wanted to add, I found this Curel cream after reading lots of product labels and decided to try this one. It cost about $5.00 or so, I forget the exact amount. No one told me about the product and I am not reviewing it except for the fact that I wanted to share it with you. Next, I'm using it on my left elbow, which I seem to lean on a lot at the desk and my poor elbow needs some attention, too.
Do you have a dry skin product that works for you?