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Thread: Hand cream/lotion?

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    I have to use "No Crack Cream" which I buy through the Duluth Trading Company. It works great.
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    I copied the recipe provided this week on the quilting board for Quilters hand cream. My only concern is does this stain or leave a greasy feel to hands . I would like to make this for the girls in our quilting group for our christmas exchange. But don't want to give them a product that if used will stain their quilts. thanks for any answers. gen

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    Yeah, I like Neutrogena as well, but I mix my own from Fruit of the Earth, Johnson's baby lotion(unscented) and 2 T of softened vaseline until it is mixed. I use it on hands, face, feet, dry elbows, etc. Have made it for years.

    1 cup of baby lotion (I use shea and cocoa butter as I do not like the baby smell of the pink) 4 ounces of Vitamin E cream by Fruit of the Earth, and 2 T of vaseline. It is thin, but soaks in and feels great.

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    I use the moo moo cream too (utterly smooth moisturizing) I buy it in quantity as my husband uses it too!
    Quote Originally Posted by COYOTEMAGIC View Post
    Moo moo cream!!! http://uddercream.com/

    Corn huskers is good too.

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    Bag Balm from a farmer's or agricultural supply store--inexpensive and effective

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    Ye,s check the thread for comments. I really like the recipe. It's fun to whip together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltstringz View Post
    Check out the one at The Honey Guy www.thehoneyguy.com. They sometimes have this in Quilt Shops, I know he is always at out local Quilt Shows.

    I am not associated with them but do love their products, I use it on my hands and feet mostly, but it has worked very well.
    I use it too, great stuff.

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    I stopped auditioning hand lotions a few years ago when I noticed the nurses in the hospital were using Curel. It's non greasy, affordable, unscented, easily available at any drugstore, and works great.

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    Spa Manicure by BeautiControl is my favorite. I have tubes of it in every purse and room . My husband loves it too. Periodic exfoliation gets rid of dry , cracked skin followed by the hand lotion.
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    I swear by Eucerin cream.

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