Curel’s Hand and Cuticle Therapy Cream has been a hand saver this winter!
My hands seem to be dry year round, but I don’t like having to stop what I’m doing to put lotion on and then wait for it to soak in so I can go back to doing what I need to do. What I love about the Curel Hand and Cuticle Therapy cream is that I don’t have to reapply it during the day, even if I wash my hands.
It says on the tube of Curel Hand and Cuticle Therapy cream that it “softens and relieves dry hands even after several hand washes”. This sounded too good to be true, but I’m happy to report that it does seem to keep my hands soft even after a wash or two.
The Curel Hand and Cuticle Therapy cream goes on smooth and soaks in quickly, so it doesn’t leave a greasy film. This is wonderful because I’m always working on my laptop, cell phone, or tablet; the last thing I want is greasy lotion fingerprints all over my nice devices. Now, I keep this lotion at my desk at work. I can apply it on my hands and be typing or swiping again withing seconds!
Even though I noticed that the ingredients list includes “fragrance,” I thought the Curel Hand and Cuticle Therapy cream doesn’t really have a scent. It just smells like clean lotion, so whatever the fragrance is must be very light and neutral, one that I would imagine even sensitive noses wouldn’t mind. The cream contains some natural ingredients listed such as eucalyptus leaf extract, vitamin E, coconut oil, gardenia flower extract and sweet almond oil, but I also noticed some parabens in the ingredient list.
Bottom Line: Overall, I really like the Curel Hand and Cuticle Therapy cream and will be using it often because it keeps my hands soft all day.