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Best drugstore hand cream?

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I have dry skin from minor/moderate eczema. My dermo recommends Cerave and Cetaphil lines. I find Cerave works better on the face and hands but cetaphil on the body.

http://cerave.ca/
https://www.cetaphil.ca/en
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aznnorth wrote:
Jan 26th, 2018 3:02 pm
I have dry skin from minor/moderate eczema. My dermo recommends Cerave and Cetaphil lines. I find Cerave works better on the face and hands but cetaphil on the body.

http://cerave.ca/
https://www.cetaphil.ca/en
Did you try the Cerave therapeutic hand cream? I am familiar with Cerave and Cetaphil lotions.
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tablo13 wrote:
Jan 26th, 2018 3:06 pm
Did you try the Cerave therapeutic hand cream? I am familiar with Cerave and Cetaphil lotions.
Not sure if it's "therapeutic" but the version I use is Renewing SA Lotion (for extremely dry, rough, and bumpy skin).
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AlexiRos wrote:
Jan 25th, 2018 10:45 pm
Not from the drugstore, but you can get it at Home Depot, Walmart and Canadian Tire. I use this all the time in the winter when I work outdoors.

https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.work ... 22539.html
I want to try this out because it has a relatively good rating on ewg.org.
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Related but not related....

I use moogoo cream.

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tablo13 wrote:
Jan 26th, 2018 3:44 pm
I'm talking about this one: http://cerave.ca/Our-Products/Moisturiz ... Hand-Cream Seems extra expensive for what is hand cream.
Like I said, the version I use is listed above. So no... have not used this version. Cerave is more expensive than others in a smaller bottle. I buy mine at my mom n pop pharma. Boss gives me a discount, sometimes for free since I've been a cx a long time.
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Unscented Glysomed. I don't find it greasy but it does make your hands very smooth. I have trouble opening produce bags at the grocery store. Lol.

Second favourite is the Neutrogena Norgwegian formula.

Found Herbacin greasy.
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tablo13 wrote:
Dec 20th, 2017 12:33 am
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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