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Whether your daily routine involves wood chopping, bareknuckle boxing, or just a stint at the gym, your hands take an epic beating. Give them a treatment to match with this restorative hand cream, which uses high-grade moisturizers like Glycerin and rice bran and healing extracts like eucalyptus to mitigate dryness, callouses, and damaged cuticles. All this comes with a discreet matte finish to suit even the most low-key groomer.
Effective, but will be more relevant to try during the winter months.2
Texture is fine and it seems to moisturize decently well but it has a scent that reminds me of pain creams (aspercreme, ben gay). I didn't enjoy it.2
I really enjoy most Jack Black products.. I've used several. I found the hand cream to be greasy. I prefer several other brands over this.2
I love the texture of this product (creamy but not oily) which works great in cold temperatures. I don't, however, like the fragrance. I know this is the typical musk-like fragrance that men should smell like but it just is too strong for me.2
I bought this for my fiancé, and I probably use it more than he does. It had a nice and light unisex scent to it. I usually put it on before bed or whenever I notice rough patches on my hands. It's a little thicker than I imaged which can make it difficult to spread, but I assumed that given it's a "healer" and not a "lotion".3
I didn't feel the need to use this product as my hands stay decently in shape without it. I suppose it worked just fine for its intended purpose, but I didn't feel like it was needed in my routine.3
I don't really have dry skin on my hands so I am unlikely to purchase, but I had no complaints about this product.3
Smoothed my hands without being greasy. Has a nice scent.3
Good to use when my hands get dried out, not too greasy and smells nice3
I have to honest - I do not have a need for hand repair lotion. Tried it and it seemed effective, but I am not a great test subject. However I can tell you that I have no interested in smelling like bengay afterwards.3