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Best drugstore hand cream?

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Best drugstore hand cream?

What's the best drugstore hand cream?

I'm using herbacin kamille soft unscented right now which I like, except I noticed it's the "soft" version. I've used glysomed before and I thought it was greasy. I've heard good things about Neutrogena Norwegian Formula hand cream but I'm not sure.

I need it to be non-greasy, and quickly absorbed. I don't think my hands ever go dry enough to be chapped.
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I like the Norwegian one.
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tablo13 wrote:
Dec 20th, 2017 12:33 am
I've heard good things about Neutrogena Norwegian Formula hand cream but I'm not sure.

I need it to be non-greasy, and quickly absorbed. I don't think my hands ever go dry enough to be chapped.
It has parabens.

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Glysomed. Working Hands. I use Jergens unscented at work.
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DDHLeigh wrote:
Dec 22nd, 2017 10:55 pm
Glysomed. Working Hands. I use Jergens unscented at work.
Is glysomed greasy at all? Is it fast absorbing?
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tablo13 wrote:
Dec 22nd, 2017 11:47 pm
Is glysomed greasy at all? Is it fast absorbing?
I've never had a problem with it being greasy, but everyone is different. I guess you can say it's a bit greasy. If you're a Costco member you can pick it up there.

For cracking dry hands I'd go with working hands and then glysomed. Lush also makes a really good hand cream for dry hands. It's non greasy but I forgot the name.
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amz155 wrote:
Dec 21st, 2017 8:20 am
I like the Norwegian one.
The original or the fast absorbing?
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amz155 wrote:
Dec 23rd, 2017 11:35 am
I don't see any science based evidence that parabens are bad in doses that one would be exposed to in hand cream.
Parabens r also in other products, like, Lubriderm, which one might slather on their body on a daily basis.
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