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We’re pretty hard on our hands, which is why it's key to have a serious hand cream in our grooming stable. Made with pure Dead Sea minerals, this smooth, quick-absorbing lotion effectively hydrates dry skin and rough fingers. We use it year-round to keep our hands in healthy condition.
I don't feel it really did anything for my hands; they felt the same.
I'm very particular about hand creams. I have to lotion my hands and feet every night before I go to sleep, or else I feel too dry.
This lotion is very rich, as it says, but it leaves that greasy feeling on my skin, and after using it on my hands, I feel like they're really dry and I need to go get other lotion to let drink into my skin.
This smelled kind of strange to me, a little like baby powder.
The smell of the hand cream made me sick. I still use it when I cant locate my hand cream from last months birchbox which was heavenly! But this Ahava hand lotion has a smell I cant really take.
This product goes on really thick and greasy. I could never get it to absorb into my skin so I had to wash it off. It also has a really strong floral smell. This just isn't for me.
To be honest, it smells like my grandmother's hand cream and was a little strong for me. I have seen this brand sold in the malls so it doesn't have an elite brand pull to it.
I was bummed, because I just got almost this same sample the month before. I want to try something else, not something I didn't love the first time around.
I wish I could give you a better opinion but I have never used just hand lotion.
The AHAVA Mineral Hand Cream worked great, but the smell of it and texture set me off. I thought it smelled too much like "blahh!" Which sucks because I was pretty excited about it.
Wasn't as moisturizing as I thought it would be, yet alone claimed. It ended up coating my hands with a slippery feeling after rubbing it in well and felt like the "moisturizing" aspect of it did not last long at all. Within 15 mins, I was applying my regular Jergens lotion over the Ahava hand cream. I really hoped that this would be a great hand cream like it claimed to be, but it just wasn't. Granted, I have dry skin that I have to constantly keep moisturized (especially my hands) but still, for a hand cream that says it would be good for eczema, disappointing.