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Anyone washing their hands more than normal lately? I hope so, that’s why I’m covering all the best hand creams today. Hands are probably one of the most at-risk parts of our body when it comes to skincare. We’re constantly using them to handle everything from dishwashing to cooking and working out at the gym to applying alcohol-based sanitizers. Not to mention, they’re always exposed to the sun while we’re commuting. This just doesn’t exacerbate damage but also speeds up signs of aging. So, if your hands can use some extra TLC right now, keep scrolling for the best hand creams to add to your stash.

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La Mer Hand Cream ($90)

So good that this hand cream has already sold out at major retailers including Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Sephora, and more. Luckily, I was able to find it here. The lightweight formula leaves even the driest of hands feeling silky smooth. It is indeed pricey, but so worth it if you’re still on the hunt for that “perfect” hand cream.

Glossier Hand Cream ($18)

Glossier just debuted its new hand cream two weeks ago and it’s already received raving reviews. A slightly thicker formula than the La Mer cream mentioned above, it offers very similar results for much less. Not only is the packaging to die for, but it smells incredible. You only need a pea-size amount for uber soft hands.

L’Occitane Hand Cream ($12)

This hand cream is enriched with shea butter, which is amazing for locking moisture into the skin. I like that it’s not too thin and not too greasy, which absorbs quickly. Scent-wise, it’s light and clean so you don’t have to worry about overwhelming everyone around you.

Supergoop Hand Screen ($28)

Most people who work with their hands a lot wind up with hands that look much older than their actual age. While hydration is one way to manage that, you probably also want something with SPF. That’s where Supergoop comes in. Hand Screen delivers major nourishment to the skin with SPF 40!

Kiehl’s Ultimate Hand Salve ($16)

I love trying out new products, but if I’m being honest, Kiehl’s Hand Salve is one that I always return to. This classic hand cream  has a thick, rich texture that’s ideal for the most worn out hands. Some may even find it too intense, that’s why it’s perfect as an overnight treatment.

Weleda Hydrating Hand Cream ($12)

This clean hand cream leaves rough, dry hands smooth and touchable with sesame oil and sea buckthorn oil. I like that it’s free from synthetic preservatives and raw materials derived from mineral oils so it’s safe for the most sensitive skin. If you prefer light citrus scents, then you’ll definitely love this as it’s not overly perfume-y.

Avene Cold Cream Concentrated Hand Cream ($15)

Here’s probably one of the best hand creams that stand up to hand washing. It’s so concentrated and formulated with the purest ingredients that it’s clinically shown to provide up to 24 hours of hydration. I was impressed that it’s even been tested in extremely cold climates. It’s another hyper rich formula so some may prefer this overnight as well.

Skinfix Hand Repair Cream ($18)

If you suffer from eczema, then this one is for you. Made with 1% colloidal oatmeal, it helps relieve itching that stems from eczema, rashes, and dermatitis. Some reviewers even describe it as a cream + ointment + butter all in one and I couldn’t agree more. You’ll see results and relief all within minutes too.

What are the best hand creams you’ve tried so far?

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