My dermatologist gave me a "sample" of 2 tubes of this since I started Accutane, it's winter, and I wash my hands constantly w/ work. Lifesaver. I threw a bit into a smaller container, carry around and apply all day long. Hands are crack-free, and it's non-fragrant, good for patient care.
This is a great product for people who are constantly applying hand cream in winter. It's fragrance-free, and absorbs super quickly. The Cetaphil cream doesn't leave any kind of a greasy "film" like feeling on the hands. Hands feel softer quite rapidly. The only down side is that within a few minutes my hands feel slightly more dried out again than with other creams I like, such as Eucerin Plus Intensive Repair, or various Kiehls creams--or Bag Balm. This one is a good value though, and I would certainly recommend trying it.
I got 2 tubes (comes as a double box)for $14 approx. Great hand cream--feels thick at first then sinks right in and moisturizes extremely well. I'm very happy with it. I really love Cetaphil- anything!
I've been using this for about a month and have come to love this stuff. I always have a dry crunchy spot on my index finger which I use as my barometer for how well a hand cream works for me. Well, this hand cream makes a difference--I wake w/ less irritated, softer hands. No fragrance and cheap--at least initially--I got 2 tubes for the price of 1. Can't beat that for something that works.
This is a brand new Cetaphil product that I got a sample of from their website. I used it twice, and began scouring the drugstores for it - it's that good! It's kind of odd, it goes on heavy-feeling at first, then suddenly, it's not greasy or heavy feeling. It's just sorta there... Does a faboo job of keeping hands soft and moisturized! This is terrific stuff. Give it a couple of tries and see if you like it too!