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When I was New Orleans with Boots Latest Finds, I was introduced to a product called O’Keeffe’s Working Hands which is a cream orginally formulated to relieve the damaged skin suffered by people that work with their hands. It has since proven to be incredibly effective on the dry and cracked skin that plagues eczema sufferers.
O’Keeffe’s Working Hands Review
I was really interested in this because one of my best friend’s sons (Connor, who is also a friend of my son Ben) suffers terribly with cracked, bleeding hands from eczema. A series of doctor’s treatments, medication and steroid creams have never been able to help him beyond temporary relief.
I received a sample a few months after I returned home, and passed it straight over to Connor about a month ago. I was so excited to give it to him that I didn’t even take any pics, hence the pack shot above. Anyway, I had a chance to catch up with Connor last night and bascially, it has totally worked!
He even said that it improved dramatically overnight after just one use. I don’t have before and after photos because this kid has tried everything, and I wasn’t sure that this would be any different, but take my word for it, his hands are completely different!
If you suffer with sore dry hands, I’d definitely recommend O’Keeffe’s Working Hands above anything else based on that little personal experiment.
Now. Where to find it?! It is manufactured in the USA and not really that widely available here but I do remember the team in New Orlean’s telling me that you could get it in Travis Perkins which is a builder’s merchants. I have also found it on Amazon HERE – it isn’t expensive.
I definitely think Boots, or Superdrug for that matter should start stocking O’Keeffe’s Working Hands. What do you think?
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