Every winter, without fail, I begin washing my hands more frequently and my cuticles immediately begin to suffer. It’s not long before I’ve got painful hangnails that get caught on everything and my hands just look a mess.
Fortunately, that all changed this winter. Why? I got my hands on Lanolips’ Lano Rose Hand Cream and it’s kept my cuticles healthy and in tact all season long.
If you read the product description for this hand cream, you’ll note it’s described as “intense.” In real life, that means it’s thick, but not in a bad way. It’s just not as watery as some hand creams I’ve encountered, which I think is part of the reason it’s so effective. You need to work a little to massage it in, but once you do your hands are soft and hydrated until you wash them again.
I find this hand cream is one of the best when it comes to moisturizing my cuticles. My hands are really dry all year round so I’m constantly battling frayed cuticles. This hand cream is one of the few, however, that keeps my cuticles from peeling no matter the season.
One thing to note: if you’re not into scented products, this may not be the best option for you. I find the subtle rose scent quite nice and relaxing, but I can see how some people might not want a scented hand cream that competes with their signature fragrance.
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