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Incredibly dry hands - help!

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babysaurus Sun 30-Dec-12 00:35:02

Not sure if this ought to be health rather than beauty, it's somewhere in between! Due to bottles, looking after the dog and the baby etc my hands are bloody dry. The skin feels taught and they look worn and tired and some parts are also getting sore.
I can't be the only one who has had this, can anyone tell me what helped them? I have been using Moa Green Balm but it takes a while to sink in so isn't practical during the day.

lifeintheolddogyet Sun 30-Dec-12 19:00:39

Big thumbs up to the night time cotton gloves. Slather, I mean slather your hands in your moisturiser and stick them on. You can wash them with everything else.

Moisturisers that work are trial and error imo. What one person swears by just won't work for you and vice versa. I'm an Aveeno fan and steer well clear of anything that contains lanolin.

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