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O'Keeffe's Extends Its Range Of Working Hands Hand Cream!

O'Keeffe's Working Hands hand cream, the hand cream that Guarantees Relief* for dry and cracked hands, is now available in a tube format and in an even bigger value sized jar, providing more options for people looking to protect their hands.

 

With an easier to use formula, Working Hands hand cream in a tube can be used at any time, and in any location and the larger value sized jars ensure that O'Keeffe's Working Hands hand cream lasts even longer than before.

 

People who spend a lot of time outdoors, for hobbies or work, often suffer from the effects of cold and damp weather and this can damage the skin's natural barrier, leading to dry, chapped and cracked hands.

 

O'Keeffe's Working Hands differs from other hand creams on the market due to its unique formulation of moisturising ingredients, developed to help relieve severely dry skin. The moisturising ingredients and the high concentration of glycerine protects skin from further water loss and pulls water into the skin rather than repelling it, providing long lasting moisturisation.

 

O'Keeffe's Working Hands is unscented, hypoallergenic and non-greasy. The non-greasy properties means that people can wear gloves and pick up tools without any slippery after effects and the unique formula doesn't include any harsh chemicals meaning it won't destroy the fibre inside the gloves.

 

O'Keeffe's Working Hands is now available from DIY and hardware stores across the UK.

 

Both the 85g O'Keeffe's Working Hands tubes and the 96g O'Keeffe's Working Hands jars have a RRP of £7.99 and the 193g value sized jar has a RRP of £12.99.

 

 

* "100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: If you are not fully satisfied with the performance of O'Keeffe's for Healthy Feet we will refund 100% of the purchase price."

 

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