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    Default Re: Cracked dry hands?

    Mine used to be really bad but have improved a bit. I avoid water where possible (use gloves at the kitchen sink and when cleaning), use a barrier cream before baths/showers etc (ego silic) and moisturise every night. I have some of those cotton gloves too, might pull them out again.

    This works, is just hard to keep it up religiously, but when I do it, my hands heal up. Then of course I slack off again and they get worse

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    Default Cracked dry hands?

    Paw Paw doesn't actually have any research proving that it helps the skin..

    I would try Kosmea's Rescue Body Cream or Rescue Balm.

    I get contact dermatitis on my hands and they get very dry and itchy. It's the only thing that helps me, it's natural and it works so I'm happy.

    My best friend also used it on her son who gets very bad eczema.

    Great stuff! They always have specials on their website too. Check out www.Kosmea.com.au

    Good luck! x

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    Default Cracked dry hands?

    Paw Paw doesn't actually have any research proving that it helps the skin..

    I would try Kosmea's Rescue Body Cream or Rescue Balm.

    I get contact dermatitis on my hands and they get very dry and itchy. It's the only thing that helps me, it's natural and it works so I'm happy.

    My best friend also used it on her son who gets very bad eczema.

    Great stuff! They always have specials on their website too. Check out www.Kosmea.com.au

    Good luck!


 

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