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I know this is a really strange thread to start, but can anybody recommend some hand cream or moisturiser that isn't greasy, sinks in quite quickly and definitely doesn't sting?! My hands are so dry the knuckles crack everytime I move them so I'm bleeding all over my homework! But the stuff I've got really hurts to put it on, so I'm bad and don't bother. Help appreciated!

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Vaseline, its good enough for your ass, its good enough for your hands!
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(Original post by *Joanna*)
I know this is a really strange thread to start, but can anybody recommend some hand cream or moisturiser that isn't greasy, sinks in quite quickly and definitely doesn't sting?! My hands are so dry the knuckles crack everytime I move them so I'm bleeding all over my homework! But the stuff I've got really hurts to put it on, so I'm bad and don't bother. Help appreciated!

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if theyre so dry they're bleading then you need stuff on prescription...

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That Norweigen stuff, - Neutrogena (sp?)
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Nivea cream its cheap and cheerful unscented and works a treat, you could do with tea tree or something to heal the cuts up but that will sting a bit.
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(Original post by *Joanna*)
I know this is a really strange thread to start, but can anybody recommend some hand cream or moisturiser that isn't greasy, sinks in quite quickly and definitely doesn't sting?! My hands are so dry the knuckles crack everytime I move them so I'm bleeding all over my homework! But the stuff I've got really hurts to put it on, so I'm bad and don't bother. Help appreciated!

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TRIMOVATE - I get it on prescription.

IT is luminous yellow and also thins the skin. But it rubs in well and doesn't sting (to my knowledge). I got a massive eczema cut on one of my fingers, and after 3 days use it should be gona. Very nice.

REMEMBER! TRIMOVATE! LUMINOUS YELLOW! ask your doc for it.
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Nivea cream its cheap and cheerful unscented and works a treat, you could do with tea tree or something to heal the cuts up but that will sting a bit.
diprobase cream is the pharmacutical sturff. nip down to yer doctor and ask them 2 prescribe u a big ass tub. iv got two!
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Thanks for all the replies- will print them off and take the list to Boots!

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dove moisturiser or George baby lotion (frm asda...........wer the baby stuff is! )..................both are really gud!
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I'd say Neutrogena.
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E45, they tend to give that out on prescription as well and you can get massive pots of it.
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Neutrogena is fantastic, as is the body shop Hemp hand protector cream
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E45, they tend to give that out on prescription as well and you can get massive pots of it.
I find E45 very good. It makes the area you put it on go red though, but it is very good. Helps a lot.
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Ouch, that sounds painful! Sounds like you need some Shea Butter by L'Occitane, it's a bit expensive though!
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