Miracle Hand Repair Cream with 60% Ultra Aloe, 8 oz
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33 of 33 found the following review helpful:
Miracle Hand Repair Cream is THE BEST HAND CREAM OUT THERE!!!!! Nov 04, 2006
I wash my hands 10-15 times a day (I am a teacher) so they're always very dry. My knuckles crack and bleed every winter. I've tried a ton of hand creams, but none of them healed my extremely dry skin. I bought this cream at Bed Bath and Beyond, and the next day my hands were much softer! I use it every morning and before I go to bed, and my hands are always soft and smooth now. I highly recommend this hand cream for anyone who washes their hands a lot, and who wants a daily treatment for their hands. This cream will protect your hands, and the high Aloe content heals very dry skin quickly.
14 of 14 found the following review helpful:
I'm prone to hang~nails - Nov 29, 2007
By Lynn Atkins
I called myself the hang~nail queen because I had such a problem with them all my life - however, this product took care of the problem and I no longer have any hang~nails ! What an awesome cream !
21 of 26 found the following review helpful:
NO Miracles Here! Feb 22, 2010
By Shiloh True
As an RN, I wash my hands constantly, to the point of extreme dryness. In fact, by the end of the shift, our computer often can no longer read my fingerprints, when I try to access controlled items, because my hands are so dry. And, while on duty, we are NOT permitted to use hand lotion, because it interferes with proper hand washing. So, my hands are screaming for care by the time I get home; definitely presenting a special challenge. So, keep in mind, this product may work splendidly for those who have not abused their hands to such an extreme.
I have been a long-term fan of Kiehl's Ultimate Strength Hand Salve. It has been the only thing to keep my hand's hydrated, with a healthy appearance. However, my curiosity was piqued when I saw the great reviews for the Miracle Hand Repair Cream. Kiehl's is terribly expensive, while the MHRC provides a lot of product, for a reasonable price.
The verdict: back to the Kiehl's for me. I found the hydrating properties of the Miracle Cream to be average, at best, although it does absorb well and is not greasy. Oddly, after a few days of use, though, my hands actually felt a little dryer. I also could not tolerate the smell of the cream. It has a strong 'baby-powderish' scent, that smells so institutional---think hospital, or convalescent center, or that nasty powder odor inside the hospital latex gloves (if you happen to be familiar), that you can't even wash off. It just makes me think 'hospital' when I'm not there, which isn't a good thing, for me. This again, may not bother others without such an association. I definitely won't be using this on my hands again. I'll probably just delegate the product to my feet, if at all.
8 of 9 found the following review helpful:
Miracle Aloe Hand Cream Jan 29, 2009
By Robby Robison
Miracle Of Aloe Miracle Hand Repair Cream Travel Size
Excellent product. My hands were cracked and rough, but after applying Miracle of Aloe, they are without the little cracks and cuts that were not only bad looking but hurt all the time.
I highly recommend this cream to everyone that has rough and cracked hands.
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Miracle Hand Repair Cream is a great product Nov 27, 2009
My hands are especially dry during the winter months. I was tired of dry, cracked, rough skin that snagged on delicate fabrics. When the clerk at the check-out register of a local store offered to let me try out a bit of Miracle Hand Repair Cream I figured it was just another gimmick, but I tried a sample of the cream as I left the store. The store was smart offering to let customers try a bit of the product for free, because it's a wonderful product and it's a great way to get you hooked. I've tried a lot of lotions & creams that were less expensive (and some that were more expensive) that either don't work or left me with a greasy mess on my hands. To tell the truth I was tired of spending hard earned money on name brand products were a dissapointment. I'll admit that I'm not enthusiastic about spending nearly ten dollars for this product, but it's a big tube of cream that goes a long way so I figure I'm really getting my moneys worth out of the purchase. Even my husband who's a rough & tumble guy has a tube of Miracle Hand Repair Cream in his work tool box. It's a product that really improves my dry hands and doesn't leave me with a greasy mess so I'm hooked on the product.
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