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Neutrogena Norwegian Formula Hand Cream, Fragrance-Free (2 Ounce)
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- Hands feel soft and smooth after just one application.
- Available in Original and Fragrance-free
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Size: Pack of 1
WARNING: For external use only. Aviod contact with eyes, if contact is made flush with water. Keep out of the reach of children.
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
As a nurse, I wash my hands 100+ times a day during shift and it wreaks havoc on my skin. I am using this for a bad case of eczema that developed after repeated washings and harsh... Read morePublished 7 days ago by C
This is the single greatest thing you can put on dry skin. Everyone I've ever let use it has gone wide-eyed as they saw how well it soothed their skin and they took note of the... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Patrick V.
I believe this is the best lotion I've ever used. It takes away the roughness on my hands and feet.Published 23 days ago by E.T.
My dermatologist recommended this for my dry hands. Finding it in a local drug store has been a hit or miss affair. I like the reliability and price from Amazon.Published 26 days ago by Melissa Sowa
People who have given Neutrogena hand cream low reviews are people who don't understand how this works. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David Derfus
This product does help dry skin. However, the application of this hand cream is frustrating. You only need a little and that little bit has to really be rubbed into your skin. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ashley