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I want an unperfumed handcream,can anyone recommend please?!

(6 Posts)
southbank Tue 28-May-13 12:17:02

just like the title really,I need a handcream but can only seem to find heavily scented ones.
I love fragrances lotions etc but not on my hands-not sure why!
My skin is normal but occasionally dry,I have 3yr old twins,so constant handwashing,cleaning,wiping faces but it's leading to a bit of dryness.

BanoffeeSplitz Tue 28-May-13 12:39:59

Neutrogena have an unperfumed version, can't remember if it's an unpleasant kind of unperfumed (maybe a bit waxy?) but it is the best handcream I have found for really chapped hands.

boatclub Tue 28-May-13 13:16:28

Boots Expert one is unscented and very moisturising. Not the most glamorous packaging but it does the trick.

nabootheenigma Tue 28-May-13 13:28:59

Yes to Neutrogena, and Avon do some good glycerin options cheap enough that you won't mind reapplying several hundred times a day (toddler in residence!)

HappyAsEyeAm Tue 28-May-13 13:33:27

The Occitane 20% shea butter one has only a very mild scent (I barely notice it), and it is very good. It is about £12 for the 100 ml tube, I think.

southbank Tue 28-May-13 14:24:37

That's great thanks,will go to boots tomorrow and there's a loccitane near work I can to as well,hadn't thought of there as I always associate it with very strong fragranced products.
Neutrogena again is a brand I generally ignore as I associate it with very dry skin which puts me off lots of hand cream but maybe it's worth a look.
Boots expert range I have found some pretty good products within it tbh,why didn't I think of that for hand cream,and it's prob cheap enough to have one for my desk,handbag,car,bedside etc

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