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Find Best Hydrating Hand Cream through Experts Guidelines – Saloni Advice Corner

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Finding Hydrating Hand Cream:

“Some hand creams are loaded with greasy ingredients or chemicals, and synthetic thickening agents such as triglycerides or palmitates. Use a hand cream that contains Vitamin C and glycolic acid to help treat wrinkling, age spots, and loss of elasticity. Make sure there are peptides along with other ingredients such as B vitamins to relax muscles and boost collagen production to keep the skin on your hands smooth. You should also use a hand cream that contains retinol to keep skin moist.”

-Dr. Adebola Dele-Michael of Radiant Skin Dermatology and Laser

CeraVe Therapeutic Hand Cream:

“This non-greasy cream is formulated with essential ceramides, niacinamide and hyaluronic acid. [The formula] helps repair your skin’s natural barrier while protecting from the harmful irritants and allergens that your hands encounter every day.”

-Dr. Adebola Dele-Michael of Radiant Skin Dermatology and Laser

 

Eucerin Intensive Repair-Enriched Hand Cream:

“This formula intensively moisturizes and is enriched with buffered alpha hydroxy to gently exfoliate.”

-Dr. Adebola Dele-Michael of Radiant Skin Dermatology and Laser

The Body Shop Shea Hand Cream:

“This daily hand cream helps soften and protect hands with light, moisture. The instantly absorbing formula is ideal for on-the-go hydration.” http://www.saloni.pk/the-body-shop-shea-hand-crea...

-Saloni Beauty Guide

Himalaya Herbals Nourishing Hand Cream:

“Caress your hands with Himalaya Herbals Nourishing Hand cream, a non-grassy cream with oils of Almond, Olive and Sunflower that soothe your skin, help regenerate dry skin and provide long lasting hydration. Extracts of Grape Seed and Apricot, rich in vitamins and other nutrients, provide essential nourishment, keeping your hands soft, smooth and supple.” http://www.saloni.pk/himalaya-herbals-nourishing-...

-Saloni Beauty Guide

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