Dry hands? This super smooth ‘made for fighters’ hand repair lotion really works

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During the cold winter months, the air is dry, and the wind is freezing. Walking around outside without gloves will definitely make your hands feel rough. In the words of my boyfriend, my hands felt like a Brillo pad. That’s a bit dramatic, but my hands definitely were dry. However, a friend recently recommended this hand balm called Bloody Knuckles — and I’m hooked.

Duke Cannon Supply Co. Bloody Knuckles Hand Repair Balm will completely transform your hands. Yes, the name sounds intense, but it kind of is. According to the product description, the balm is “formulated to repair the hands of workers, fighters and world champions.” That said, it feels like luxurious butter and goes on so smooth — it’s not waxy or sticky, just seriously soft.

Duke Cannon Supply Co. Bloody Knuckles Hand Repair Balm, $15

Credit: Duke Cannon Supply Co.

If you’ve never heard of the brand, Duke Cannon Supply Co. is an all-American men’s grooming brand. It sells skin care, hair care, deodorant, cologne and more. However, it brands itself as the tough guy’s go-to.

“Duke Cannon’s purpose is simple: To make superior-quality grooming goods that meet the high standards of hard-working men. Our products are tested by soldiers, not boy bands,” its website says.

Yes, men are its main target customer. Interestingly enough, you can find it at places like Ace Hardware and Ulta Beauty. However, like all skin care products, especially hand cream, any human can use it. And if your “hard-working hands” are dry and cracked, you should use Bloody Knuckles Hand Repair Balm.

You can get it for $15 on Duke Cannon Supply Co.’s website, where you’ll find the brand’s full line of products.

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