With the winter closing in on us our skin goes through so much. I know for me my heels get cracked. My hands get drier than sand paper, and my lips chap something awful.
I recently discovered O’Keeffe’s about 4 months ago and it was love at first application. Here are the 3 products I swear by…
I have tried tons of foot creams. Most are either too thin to do any good or too thick and sticky. O’Keeffee’s for Healthy Feet Foot Cream ($7.29 at Amazon for 3.2 ounces). O’Keeffe’s foot cream is light but thick enough to really do some good. The first night I tried it I had given myself a pedicure and was frustrated because my heels were still rough and cracked. I applied Healthy Feet and put on a pair of spa socks and in the morning my feet were no longer rough… they were still a little cracked (in fact it took a little under a month for my cracked feet to heal completely but every day my feet were looking better and better.) I now only use the cream to maintain the softness of my feet.
Due to some of my medication my hands tend to be really chapped and dry. I often have peeling skin around my fingers. O’Keeffe’s Working Hands Hand Cream ($7.02 at Amazon) healed my hands after 1 use. (and I do mean healed … there was no more peeling skin, the dryness was gone, the chapped skin no longer hurt.) I have 2 of these, 1 in my purse and 1 at my bedside table. This cream also works on dish pan hands. After doing dishes I will always reach for it to keep my hands smooth. For the quality of this product I can’t believe it’s only $7!!!
As I stated in my last post I love this lip balm. O’Keeffe’s Lip Repair ($4.49 at Amazon) in Cooling Relief. I love this balm, I can’t say it enough!!! It has even replaced all of my high end lip balms. It is creamy and creates a barrier to protect your lips from the elements. I only have to apply this 1 time and it lasts all day or all night. This get my stamp of approval for sure!
Well that’s all for now dolls, hope you are having a good day… and remember always save a spoon for a bit of lipstick.