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Lauren - posted on 01/02/2010
Gold bond makes a cream with sanitizer in it you can get at the grocery store. My 4 year old was having the same problem. School has been over encouraging kids to wash their hands at because of the H1N1. I realize it is important, but I'm afraid the next generation is going to grow up obsessive germaphobes! Before I found that I was using bath and body works cream with almond oil and similar ingrediants in it. In the morning I would apply it, when he got home at night and again at bed time. It took about a week of that to clear up his very dry hands - they were red and burnt looking they had gotten so chapped and dry.
Kylie - posted on 05/08/2013
I'm crazy about skin solution from ibody science - it's all natural and if you search the reviews on Youtube you'll see that it works for so many people when NOTHING else does. You can buy a bottle of it or towelettes for her to throw in her backpack. ALSO find ibody science on Facebook - there is a sale going on for May!
Shannon - posted on 01/02/2010
With all the hand cleaner my 4 year old uses in school, she now has very dry skin on her hands. Any ideas on how to help it heal?
Well, I know this may be a couple months too late but Aveeno lotion is really good for dry skin. It is a little more expensive than other lotions but I think it is worth it. You could try using it before and after school and before bed. I hope this helps.
Jennifer - posted on 01/01/2010
I sell a line called BeautiiControl that has something called Extreme Hand Repair. My 9 year old is "addicted" to antibacterial gel and it's the only thing that has ever worked for her - part of why I started to sell it.
They have 1 oz bottles for $4.50 (that'd last about 1 1/2 months) and 3 oz bottles for $13.00 that would last significantly longer.
If you're interested you can let me know - email@example.com
Misty - posted on 12/31/2009
Try corn huskers lotion. my hands are always try this time of year. No matter what cleaner i use it dries my hands out unless i wear gloves. I have been using corn huskers lotion since I was 16 and was a cashier. I am now 29 and it still works. Good luck
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