With winter upon us, is there a magic solution to keeping our hands soft and smooth? Allow me to preface this post by saying that I am Mark’s wife. He informed me that he began running this review blog, and suggested that if I had a product to review, then I can hop on here and provide a review – so here I am! The product that we will review today is O’Keeffe’s Working Hands Cream.
This hand cream is an effective moisturizer that relieves dry hands. I don’t know about you guys, but I work as a real estate agent. That means I sometimes have to spend an hour or two with a client showing him or her around the property in freezing temperatures. Even though I’ve only been in the field for the past six years, when I look down on my hands, I feel as though they have aged 20 years! I’ve tried many different hand creams for moisturizing but nothing was powerful enough to battle the frostbites I endured on a daily basis. Is O’Keeffe’s hand cream just another failing product, or is it the golden egg I’ve been looking for?
It’s the golden egg.
Let me first show you a better and after pic after using the hand cream for a month:
Remarkable difference, huh?
Honestly, the hand cream has become a lifesaver for me. I no longer walk around with stinging cracks all over my hands. I can’t explain how painful it was to come home everyday and see actual blood seeping through all the small cracks along my knuckles. It’s especially embarrassing whenever I have plans with my hubby to go out on the weekends but my hands look like a total wreck.
What I also loved about the product is that it is not greasy at all, it rather feels silky. This allows me to apply the cream just a couple minutes before meeting my client knowing that when I shake their hand, they won’t suspect a single thing.
A 3.4 ounce of O’Keeffe cream goes for under $10 which is honestly quite the steal. I’ve stocked up on a couple containers, and they come in a perfect traveling size. Oh, one last thing! The cream is completely odorless, so once you apply it, you won’t smell a thing!
I hope you enjoyed reading this review, let’s all hope Spring is around the corner!