February 24, 2024



I discovered the range of O’keeffe’s products and bought a small tube of “Working Hands for very dry skin”, just to give it a try but not expecting the dramatic results I am so eager to tell you about.


I was sceptical of the claims O’Keeffe’s make in their advertising and their products are quite expensive compared with other similar products on display.  I chose a 58ml tube of Working Hands, desperately hoping for relief from my splits on finger tip and thumb tip, and the area of dry inflamed skin on the back of my hand.


I needed to go to the supermarket after the pharmacy, and using their toilet facilities I opened the tube and squeezed a reasonable size blob onto my hands.  I discovered that it was far too much although about the same quantity I applied from my regular moisturizer.

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Now to the reason I am raving about this hand cream:  by the time I arrived home, around an hour after applying the first layer of moisturizer, the red patch on the back of my hand was significantly less inflamed and where small patches of the skin had been close to opening into sores, I could already notice the skin trying to repair itself.  The finger tip splits had closed together and again their dry skin shows healthy signs of knitting together.


O’Keeffe’s Working Hands gave me more relief than my old regular moisturizer had given me in a week.   I call that something to shout about and I hope everyone who is suffering the pain of split, dry skin from their work or the cold weather takes a chance and gives WORKING HANDS a try.




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