Monday, March 5, 2018


Some days ago I wrote something about the Hand Chemistry hand cream. I liked it and it made my hands soft again. Today I am giving you an update about how the cream is doing its job. I was using the cream for seven consecutive days when I wrote the review, but the packaging states that visible effect could be expected after 11 days. As I am writing this, I'm on day 18 of usage. So I think it's time to tell how the visible effects work out for me.

My hands still get very soft after application. My hands aren't as old as the hands shown on the box, so I can't really tell you how the anti-aging of the hand cream is.

I feel like the cream is moisturizing after I've applied the cream and it makes my skin feel soft for a while. However, I don't think it's really a deep-moisturizing cream. When applied in the morning, my hands feel soft and moisturized, but I can feel my hands getting dryer towards the end of the day, when it's time to apply the cream again.

I have to say it might be like that because of it's so cold outside the past few days that my hands are extremely dry. The cream does keep my hands smooth and uncracked when I use the cream, I don't want to imagine what my hands would've looked like if I didn't use any hand cream.

I do still like the cream, because it gets absorbed pretty fast into my skin without leaving an oily layer on top of my skin, which I don't like. I don't like that because I don't want to touch anything when my hands are greasy, so I can't really do anything but sit down and do nothing.

I have quite a few spare tubes of this cream, so I'll continue using it and I hope that it's keeping my hands youthful in the long run!

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