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Neutrogena Norwegian Formula Hand Cream, Fragrance-Free, 2 Ounce (Pack of 2)
- Concentrated relief for dry chapped hands
- Dermatologist recommended
- Fragrance free
- Two 2-ounce tubes
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Size: Pack of 2
Water, Glycerin, Cetearyl Alcohol, Stearic Acid, Sodium Cetearyl Sulfate, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Dilauryl Thiodipropionate, Sodium Sulfate
Apply only a dab and smooth onto your hands as needed.
Top Customer Reviews
Well, anyhow, a friend recommended this to me because she worked in a veterinarian's office, and the vets swore by this. So I picked some up at the store--I was a little disappointed that the tube was so small. Then, in the car, I put some on, a pretty generous amount. Oh man. I could feel it just seeping into my skin. It was like my skin was just drinking in the moisture. I could bend my knuckles! Without pain or bleeding!
Without this amazing hand cream, I probably would have got an infection or bled to death. So it pretty much saved my life.
Oh, and don't let the small size fool you. It lasts a long time. I use it regularly--you just don't need much. I go through a 2 oz tube a year. I made my husband promise me that every Christmas for the rest of my life I'll get a new tube in my stocking, because we're exciting like that in our family.
-this is NOT lightweight
-this is NOT instantly-absorbing
-this is NOT watery or creamy
Basically, don't expect the milky, instantly-absorbing hand creams you'd find at places like L'occitane or C&E. The formula is more akin to stuff like Aquaphor, so 'hand cream' might be a bit of a misnomer (this is more of a waxy gel than a cream).
Be warned--this formula IS waxy, thick, and not as easy to spread as runny, milky hand creams. BUT, it absorbs quickly enough, and application isn't particularly laborious. A little goes a long way.
Here's why I like it:
-NON-IRRITATING: I tend to get eczema during dry winters, on sensitive areas of my face/arms (e.g. around my lips, elbows, etc). I've tried tons of creams meant for 'sensitive skin', that only served to provoke already-irritated/dry skin. This stuff has never once irritated inflamed skin.
-NON-GREASY: ok, so this stuff doesn't instantly disappear onto your skin. BUT, it's not nearly as grossly greasy as products that are mostly petrolatum (e.g. Aquaphor, Vaseline). If I have an eczema flareup on my face, I don't want patches of shiny grease. Thankfully, this stuff is not that.
-ACTUALLY HEALS DRY SKIN: I visited to numerous dermatologists who all told me "no idea what causes eczema, nothing you can do except use your topical steroid creams". It was a vicious cycle: sensitive-skin formulas like Cetaphil, Cerave, Eucerin, etc, only provoked already-irritated skin, and thus couldn't provide much-needed hydration. Which made my skin dry. But when I used water, it only further dried out my skin. Topical steroid ointments were the only things that worked, until I tried this stuff. It's seriously a life saver!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My favorite for dry winter skin. Also use it on my face as a protective barrier when outside in the cold. A little goes a long way. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Purple Chupacabra
This stuff works better than any other hand lotion/cream. It soaks in within minutes, leaves your hands smooth and not oily in the slightest.Published 16 days ago by JS
Best hand cream out there. I live in Las Vegas and have tried almost every lotion and cream to relieve my dry hands due to the heat and windy desert weather. Read morePublished 28 days ago by L. Alford
I grew up in the South, with heat and humidity, and then moved to cold, dry north and my skin went haywire! My hands cracked and bled and looked like they had some terrible rash. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Patricia
The only lotion that works for my dry skin. Also it does not feel oily. I also use it on my lips instead of lip balm. Works great.Published 1 month ago by Anonymous