This cream came recommended by a working man with working hands. I don’t need to tell you that when working men recommend hand cream, it must be dang good. Dang.
If it wasn’t for that review, I probably wouldn’t have tried O’Keefe’s Working Hands. For one, I had to go to a Home Hardware Building Centre to buy my first can. (I’m not the power tool type.) Two, I don’t have working hands, unless you count typing as “work”.
However, I do have very dry skin. I could start fires with my feet at night. (Sexy image, yes?)
Even though this tin is supposed to be used on hands, and there’s a blue container for feet, you can use one container on both. Be a rebel. There’s one different ingredient in each, so you’re safe in using your foot container on your hands and vice versa.
The price ranges from $5 to $10, so shop around. It’s often found near the cash registers. It can be hard to find, but you’ll be glad you did.
O’Keefe’s has no fragrance, melts into your skin quickly, and keeps your skin from cracking, whether you’re a working man or the indoor type.
Pros: no fragrance, decent price, heals cracks
Cons: boyfriend may steal it, hard to find in stores