Just put my usual hemp hand cream on and it stung!

(10 Posts)
Indecisivejo Fri 05-Feb-16 23:10:34

Hands still stinging now sad they are particularly dry and raw at mo I've been neglecting them! I usually love tbs hemp hand cream, but is there anything else that won't sting but still moisturising while sinking in nicely without too much grease?!

WhataRacquet Fri 05-Feb-16 23:18:29

LRP cicaplast is good for repairing and it's not greasy.

ouryve Fri 05-Feb-16 23:21:01

If it's the bodyshop one, I'm allergic to that.

There was a good thread, the other day, but I like oilatum for after washing up etc and the flexitol one a few times a day and at bedtime.

Indecisivejo Fri 05-Feb-16 23:36:33

Ooh I have cicaplast here already....do u mean the normal one as opposed to the hand cream version?
Not heard of flexitol?!

WhataRacquet Sat 06-Feb-16 00:13:20

I meant the hand cream but the ordinary cream will help for now. The hand cream creates a barrier to stop further drying out and it soaks in straight away. With any other hand cream I usually end up wiping it off because I hate the feeling of it!

wickedfairy Sat 06-Feb-16 09:37:23

Flexitol heel balm, not the handcream. It really works a treat in sore, dry hands. The heel one is richer and has a higher urea content - this is what you need to heal up, honestly!

burnishedsilver Sat 06-Feb-16 10:21:31

I use the normal cicaplast on my hands. It works well.

mintbiscuit Sat 06-Feb-16 16:24:56

Flexitol on hands?! Love the stuff for my feet but not sure I could put up with the smell on my hands! Tempted to try it tonight though grin

Indecisivejo Sat 06-Feb-16 16:27:37

Thanks for your replies, I'm going to try the cicaplast tonight as I already have it here but if that fails I'll check out flexitol. Need something to help my nails too they are weak and peel so easy

wickedfairy Sat 06-Feb-16 19:01:00

Mint - seriously, it works! Any cream with a high urea content works well but you usually find the higher content in foot creams - for sorting out cracked heels. Works a treat on hands!

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