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23-11-2011
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Neutrogena Norwegian Hand Cream - It's inexpensive, you only need a tiny amount, it absorbs quickly, and lasts a while.
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24-11-2011
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Neutrogena Norwegian Hand Cream - It's inexpensive, you only need a tiny amount, it absorbs quickly, and lasts a while.
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Agree with you, I always use that hand cream, it is the best

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Lately I've been super into Herbacin. I get it at the drug store. They also make a fantastic lip balm.

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25-11-2011
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Vaseline :p My hands get ridiculously dry in winter and I've tried tons of different hand creams and found that they dried out my skin even more. My hands look like a decomposing 90 year old lady's hands, not even kidding. So now I use Vaseline twice a day and that seems to be working best for me.
After reading through this thread I want to try that L'Occitane one, though

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Vaseline :p My hands get ridiculously dry in winter and I've tried tons of different hand creams and found that they dried out my skin even more. My hands look like a decomposing 90 year old lady's hands, not even kidding. So now I use Vaseline twice a day and that seems to be working best for me.
After reading through this thread I want to try that L'Occitane one, though
Try Arbonne FC5 Ultra-Hydrating hand cream.
It absorbs really quickly and doesn't leave your hands greasy.

As for L'occitane, I find the scent of their hand creams too strong. It lingers for quite some time too, which gives me a headache

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The Body Shop Hemp cream is just divine! Because of the beeswax it contains, you can wash your hands up to 3 times without washing the cream off.


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neutrogena their original hand cream and kiehls

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L'Occitane, Crabtree & Evelyn and Cowshed are the ones that work best for me.

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Johnson's Baby Soothing Naturals, cheap and it works.

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neutrogena's norwegian formula hand cream.

aveeno's hand creme (not sure how widespread this brand is in europe, but i really reccomend it!)

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the body shop hemp hand cream!!!

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09-12-2011
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All L'Occitane hand creams are to die for. I'm also a huge fan of LCN hand creams (Olive, Fruit Care, OGNX, White Tea, Cocoa & Pomegranate Delight Hand Cream). But recently I've been totally thrilled with Essence 24h Hand Protection Balm- Winter Edition Little Bakery, Raspberry&Chocolate Cookie. The smell is divine, ingredients are great, and it costs just 1, 30€.

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They also have another two smells (Strawberry Cream Cupcake and Vanilla Apple Pie), which I don't like that much because of the smell. Maybe some of you would.

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11-12-2011
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For dry hands I recommend Avene's Cold Creme hand cream. It's AMAZING and you only need a tiny bit (unless your skin is super dry).

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I can't seem to get past glysomed unscented hand cream.


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this is one of my favs: Neutrogena Fast Absorbing Hand Cream.
It's non-sticky, absorbs relatively quickly plus it's rich yet non-greasy texture works beautifully as a face cream.
This sinks in pretty fast so it makes for a great make-up prep. I put this in my car and handbag since it's small/ portable.

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i like this for home use and you get more bang for your buck on this:
Desert Essence Fragrance Free Hand & Body (8 fl oz for about $9).
this also works great for the face. it's a non-irritating, non-fragranced organic product which is hard to come by.

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