This $8 hand cream on Amazon saved my rough, dry hands

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If there is one thing I can’t do, it’s ashy hands. But with the temperatures dropping and the near constant need for hand sanitizers and soaps, it’s easy to look down and notice that your hands are in need of some serious care.

Thankfully, the secret to hydrated, moisturized hands only costs $8 on Amazon. Oh, and it’s beloved by over 24,000 shoppers and the No. 1 product in the hand creams and lotions category. #Receipts

Shop: O’Keeffe’s Working Hands Hand Cream, $7.99

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This concentrated hand cream helps heal, relieve and repair dry and cracked hands. I also love that it adds a protective layer that boosts moisture levels and helps prevent additional cracking. Once I put this cream on my hands, I don’t have to worry about dryness and chaffing anymore.

If you don’t believe me, the products reviews back me up. “I have a skin condition (related or eczema or psoriasis) on my hands that causes blisters, dryness, and cracking, especially during the winter,” explained one five-star reviewer. They continued, “O’Keefe’s has a protective barrier and works its way deep into the tissue to get at those thick, calloused areas on my knuckles. I keep O’Keefe’s with me wherever I go and it’s provided me with relief far better than anything else I’ve tried.”

With many more months of winter ahead of us, don’t wait to grab this highly-rated hand cream.

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