You use your hands extensively every day. You must nourish your skin with phenomenal healing hand moisturizers to heal them. Your hands will be grateful for many years to come.
We use our hands for everything. Whether you’re a gardener, a guitar player, or a writer, your hands get worn out.
I’ve included some moisturizers that have natural fragrances. There are some people who don’t want anyone to know they use hand moisturizers. For you all, I’ve included some fragrance-free options.
1. 100% Pure’s Gingerade Hand Buttercream Moisturizer
This hand cream smells so wonderful. Ginger is one of my favorite fragrances. There are no impure ingredients in this product.
I bought this hand cream, and, within one week, my dry hands were smooth. It’s expensive. It’s well worth it though.
2. Organic Karma Spa’s Milk & Honey Almond Moisturizer
I love this company. They sell many nail polish and nail care products. Their products are cruelty-free and do not contain parabens.
They have a wide variety of lotions. These are especially useful to make your hands and feet pedicure and manicure ready.
I recently bought their almond milk and honey lotion. It smells wonderful.
I looked at the ingredients and was happy to see that people had created it using mainly essential oils. Milk and honey always reminds me of quaint farms. My hands, which get dry here in New Mexico, are already feeling more moisturized when I use it.
3. Trader Joe’s Head to Toe (and everything in between) Moisturizer Balm
This is a very moisturizing balm. It has no greasy residue. I used it once and my dry, red knuckles were feeling better within one day.
This is a great product if you’re someone who’s working on the farm or gardening a lot and need a healing moisturizer. It doesn’t smell like anything, so you don’t have to worry about people knowing you use moisturizers.
4. Earth Therapeutics’ Gardener’s Hand Repair Moisturizer
This is the moisturizer I use if I’ve been rock climbing or gardening. It really helps me take care of my hands after putting them through a lot.
It doesn’t smell like anything in particular, so, again, you won’t have to let others in on your secrets on what healing moisturizers you use. It also works fast for damaged hands.
5. Herbivore Botanical’s Jasmine Body Oil Moisturizer
This is actually a body oil, but it works well on my hands and keeps them moisturized. It only contains clean healing ingredients, and it smells wonderful.
I use my hands all the time. Sometimes, I use them for gardening which requires good healing moisturizers to stay supple. Other times, I use them for cooking. Most of the time, I use them for writing.
Whatever you use your hands for, it’s important to take care of them. You’ll be more productive if you use good healing moisturizers to keep them healthy and happy.