I Got “O’Keeffe’s Working Hands Cream” For My Chronic Cracked Heels and Fingers

O'Keeffe's Cream For Working Hands

O’Keeffe’s Cream For Working Hands which I had purchased online from iherb for USD6-30 or about RM20-00

Hi there, dear friends :D

When I stumbled onto this hand cream on iherb , I thought it was perfect and just what I needed to treat my chronic cracked heels and finger tips.  The “Working Hands” name on the label sayes it all – I am constantly using my hands to clean and cook and garden (I don’t like to wear gloves) …..i.e. my working hands will need this cream! :lol:

Right away, I ordered it from iherb and I just received the cream yesterday. Please note that I am not being paid nor was I given this product free to review and promote.  I am posting here just so you know that there is a “man’s cream” (extra strength, and none of those soft, gentle ladies’ cream?) out there for us ladies to try treating our cracked skins.   :wink: 

Previously, I have tried many types of skin creams/lotions for cracked heels and finger tips but nothing seemed to work for me, and I continued to slather on lots of creams and lotion every day and night! 

As we grow older, different stages of our life will mean different levels of hormones and our skin will become more prone to dryness and cracking.  For those of us who are often exposed to a lot of water, detergent, heat or rough work daily,  having cracked fingers can be a very painful affair.  This applies to us homemakers and to those  that work in restaurants, farms, etc.  :sad: 

Whilst drinking some tisanes or herbal remedies like the Jiaogulan Tea or the Wood Ears/Black Fungus Drink  does improve my skin condition, I am still getting cracked finger tips and heels.

I have an exceptional deep and persistent crack on my left heel and I noticed that the crack is now not so bad today, after applying the O’Keeffe’s cream 3 times already since yesterday. What I like about the cream is that it is not greasy at all and it is odourless. Now that I have this cream on hand, I need not worry excessively about my hands and I have one problem off my shoulder as I clean and cook for my family!   

In case you are purchasing this from iherb, you can use my Gift Coupon Code No. MLL655 to knock off USD10-00 if you are a first-time customer there and your purchases exceed USD60-00; or USD5-00 off if your purchases exceed USD40-00 :D  .

I will keep you posted here on the progress of my cracked fingertips and heels later. :wink: 

With best wishes,

choesf :D 

1 Response so far »

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    Update ===>

    I only apply the O’Keeffe’s balm on cracked heels once a day, at bedtime – today, my one severe, deep crack on my left heel has healed well. So, this balm works well for me! :idea:


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