Moisturizers are like single people. All they want is for someone to love them. In order to stand out from the pack, many tell you what you want to hear. They pimp themselves out promising to “repair” and “restore” and meet all of your skin needs in hopes of attracting your attention. I’ve been a player when it comes to moisturizers. Then it happened. This week I found “the one.”
In case you're wondering about my mani, I'm wearing essie Short Shorts on nails with CND Gold Chrome on tips.
It’s not sexy by name or design, but Outdoor Hands Intense Skin Therapy Cream
lives up to its claims, and that’s hotter than any pretty packaging. Plus, it’s only $10! I don’t chop wood all day, so my hands aren’t in horrible condition. However, I’ve had this one area on the inside of my ring finger that’s been red, raw, cracked and itchy. I’d been trying different creams, and while some offer short-term relief, Outdoor Hands actually heals my dry skin. The formula, which uses botanical extracts and organic oils, is surprisingly light, non greasy and absorbs fast. The more I apply, the better my skin feels. I’m so happy I got my hands on this in time for winter. I’ll be using on other areas like my lips and elbows, too.