O’Keeffe’s Hand Cream
The folks at Okeefes Company recently send me a few samples of their “working Hands” to review and evaluate. Let’s face it, a carpenter’s most important tool next to his brain is his hands.
Working construction outdoors in the winter results in your hands taking a huge beating!
Exposure to harsh weather, sun and wind, results in dry skin; add to the mix working with cement, gypsum, chemical strippers, and building lime and my hands hurt just thinking about it.
Until now there was no effective enough option for dry skin: conventional lotions add artificial moisture to the skin, but do not provide any sufficient protection from irritants, coming off when you ash your hands or touch something.
I’ve used hand cream before but nothing seems to be tough enough to handle the daily abuse my hands take. It’s not unusual to have hands that are dry, cracked and split from hard work and extreme weather conditions.
O’Keeffe’s Working Hands is designed to keep hands healthy and hydrated to prevent raw and damaged hands.
What makes O’Keeffe’s Working Hands different?
Its a non-greasy, hypoallergenic, oil-free and concentrated formula. Most products contain oils and chemicals that cause them to sit on top of the skin, but O’Keeffe’s products are designed to stimulate the body’s natural skin-repair process and draw moisture into the skin. As a result, O’Keeffe’s Working Hands provides long-term hydration for the skin and relief for even the most painfully dry, cracked and split-hands.
I’ve been using O’Keefe’s “working hands” for a month now and my hands are in great shape. I keep one in my truck and one in my dresser. It sells for $5.99.
O’Keeffe’s working Hands is made in the USA and is distributed at independent hardware retailers as well as national retail stores. For more information on O’Keeffe’s products, visit www.OkeeffesCompany.com, or call (800)275-2718.
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