I will continue using hemp! And here's why!

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    Thanks for introducing me to this product!
     
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    Dermatologist I am not but most people that had that work for them also did very well with the o keeffe's working hands stuff you can get in car parts and diy shops over there. If you are going to be hard pressed to find the hemp one then I can highly suggest that
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    http://www.sears.com/o-keeffe-s-com...0001i&kpid=SPM6138646305&kispla=SPM6138646305 has some for pretty cheap if you just want to try it, and I do value not having cracked and split hands but the amount needed means it is still pretty cheap if you decide to carry on.

    Most of these people that I have tried it on (and myself) do manual and similar trades (mechanic, plumber, builder, bricklayer, machinist... whatever chemicals I put my hands which were never good in the first place in) and it works really well. It is not scented of much of anything and takes a while to rub in but it is night and day different between junk you get in the supermarket or might have borrowed/stolen from whatever girlies are in your life.
     
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