Best Hand Cream Overall
For over 100 years, Eucerin has pioneered skincare innovation and are recognized and trusted by dermatologists as one of the leading and most recommended brands. Eucerin Advanced Repair Hand Creme is designed to protect, repair, and enhance skin health, providing radiant and healthy looking skin for the whole family. And for those of you who regularly use Neutrogena, this stuff provides all the same benefits but you do not need to apply it nearly as frequently. As the most hydrating hand cream on our list, we highly suggest this product for those with clinically diagnosed dry skin.
Although exfolitation can be a beautiful thing, be sure to use sunscreen and/or avoid sun exposure for a week after using this product.
Ingredients: This hand cream is specially formulated to intensively moisturize and smooth with a unique, non-greasy formula enriched with buffered alpha-hydroxyl acid to gently exfoliate. Additionally, the alpha-hydroxyl acid paired with the buffered lactic acid is what really makes the formula effective, increasing cell turnover and leaving hands silky and soft.
Benefits: Eucerin Advanced Repair Hand Creme not only provides relief, but also heals and gently exfoliates dry, rough skin on the hands and cuticles. Best of all, this hand cream relieves dry skin associated with hand eczema and is dermatologist approved! Not only that, but it provides instant, long-lasting relief and doesn’t leave skin feeling greasy or slick and absorbs very well. Looking to experience softer, healthier hands in as little as one day? Well look no further, this is the hand cream for you.
Scent: Not only do women love this effective, fast-absorbing hand cream, but men will love it too. In fact, this fragrance-free, non-greasy formula is a versatile choice for the whole family!
Price: At $4.43 for at 2.7-ounce tube, this hand cream comes at a steal! For $1.65 per ounce, you’ll be getting an intensively moisturizing, dermatologist approved hand cream that will last all day. Honestly, could it get any better?