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Garnier Hand Cream Moisturiser Intense Repair and Restoring for Dry Skin 100 ml, £2 (+£4.49 Non Prime) at Amazon
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Garnier Hand Cream Moisturiser Intense Repair and Restoring for Dry Skin 100 ml, £2 (+£4.49 Non Prime) at Amazon

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Posted 7th Apr

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Is intensive restoring hand cream right for me?

Yes, if your skin feels tight or extra dry.

How does it work?

Well, its formula contains maple Sap which is renowned for its smoothing properties. It intensively nourishes the skin with moisture and instantly smoothes. Enriched with Glycerin, it moisturises the skin leaving it feeling soft, supple and more comfortable.


How to useDo not apply on the face.


IngredientsAqua / Water,Glycerin,Cetearyl Alcohol,Glyceryl Stearate,Butyrospermum Parkii Butter / Shea Butter,Glyceryl Stearate SE,Dimethicone,Allantoin,Sodium Polyacrylate,Acer Saccharinum Extract / Sugar Maple Extract,Caprylyl Glycol,Phenoxyethanol,Coumarin,Benzyl Alcohol,Parfum / Fragrance
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19 Comments
Good spot
Thanks Op, ordered
Handy to have. Thanks OP!
Ordered , Thank you , have some heat 🔥
My hands have been suffering since using insane amounts of sanitiser. Hope this works. Worth a go for £2
Thanks for this. My hands are so dry with all this hand washing so this is great.
Edited by: "Annabelle2406" 7th Apr
£2 in Asda too, if you fancy queuing up that is.

Great hand cream though, use it in winter time after working on engine type bits and bobs.
This is a really good hand cream, I've used it for a while. It's not greasy and definitely helps my dry hands.
Annabelle240607/04/2020 20:39

Thanks for this. My hands are so dry with all this hand washing so this is …Thanks for this. My hands are so dry with all this hand washing so this is great.


Yes same here, I've definitely been ott with hand washing. I found anti bacterial handwash, way too harsh.
dealdelver07/04/2020 20:50

Yes same here, I've definitely been ott with hand washing. I found anti …Yes same here, I've definitely been ott with hand washing. I found anti bacterial handwash, way too harsh.


Me too. I’m actually using a dove hand wash which seems a bit better but the antibacterial ones totally dried my skin out.
Annabelle240607/04/2020 20:55

Me too. I’m actually using a dove hand wash which seems a bit better but t …Me too. I’m actually using a dove hand wash which seems a bit better but the antibacterial ones totally dried my skin out.



Hadn't heard complaints before, but did believe it was the cause. I went back to using castile soap, that has no additives, and lathers really well, lasts ages too.
I've tried OKeefes and Neutrogena stuff and not had much luck. Is it worth trying this one too?
Absolutely best cream for dry hands. At least mine. Make sure it contain maple extract as Garnier making similar version but with glyceryn only what is much worse in my opinion.
Edited by: "pawelratajczak58" 7th Apr
JohnnyFwaa07/04/2020 22:01

I've tried OKeefes and Neutrogena stuff and not had much luck. Is it worth …I've tried OKeefes and Neutrogena stuff and not had much luck. Is it worth trying this one too?


Undoubtedly.

I've been using it for over 10 years. Back then I worked on the counters in a supermarket, and all the hand washing left my hands dried out, with cracked (and at times bleeding) skin. Work gave us some stuff that was useless. The doctor prescribed me stuff that was equally worthless. This stuff? Instant relief. And it cleared the problem up pronto.

£2 is a great price. I've paid as much as £4.50 before.
Edited by: "satchef1" 7th Apr
I use this it's really good,started to sort my dry flakey skin out after the first day of use
Bought 2 of these in Boots on offer just before the lockdown for £1.68. Great stuff. Would recommend.
Ordered thanks op
Ordered thanks OP
I bought this out of Morrisons (also £2) a few days ago and it's really working for me. Highly recommended!
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