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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.
Good stuff. It does the job but doesn't leave my hands feeling oily. I recommend.5
I am never disappointed by Jack Black products. This is a nice hand lotion. I will purchase in the future.4
I've always liked this brand. This hand cream has a great smell and consistency. Not greasy and leaves hands feeling great.4
This product works pretty good, I just don't usually need it. The few times I have used it, it works well.4
The cream felt and smelled medicinal, which was unexpected. However it works well and the smell was subtle.4
This is something that will come in handy in the colder weather and something I may possibly buy.5
This product did what I expected it to, which was give a nice soft and moisturized feel on my hands. A bit pricey for me, but a good product.3
Although it's already fall time, I live in TX so the time of year that I would really need this hasn't quite hit yet. Great smell to the product and I love how it isn't super greasy, which that's themain reason why I really prefer not to use lotions all too often.4
You cannot go wrong with Jack Black in my opinion. I own multiple items from them and I like them all. Tough the scent is a tad strong (IMO), this gets the job done and doesn't leave my hands feeling oily. Give it a shot.4
In my husband's words at least. The scent did fade a lot after about 10 minutes. I'm not a big fan of balms because they tend to be a bit greasy and this is no exception. In searching desperately for a description after we both tried it on one hand, we both came up with "it feels slightly different than the hand without it"3