Hand Lotion & Hand Cream
- La Roche-Posay Lipikar Xerand Hand Repair Cream 50mlSpecial Price £6.38 Regular Price £8.50
- REN Atlantic Kelp and Magnesium Energising Hand Lotion 300mlSpecial Price £14.40 Regular Price £18.00
- Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream Intensive Moisturising Hand Treatment 75mlSpecial Price £22.40 Regular Price £28.00
- Antipodes Deliverance Kowhai Flower Hand Cream 75mlSpecial Price £13.60 Regular Price £17.00
- Alteya Organics Hand Cream Rose Oil Age Defense 30ml£6.20
- Alteya Organics Hand Cream Rose Oil Age Defense 90ml£11.65
- Alteya Organics Hand Cream Rose Jasmine Moisture Dew 30ml£5.35
- Alteya Organics Hand Cream Rose Jasmine Moisture Dew 90ml£9.70
All you need to know about Hand Creams
What is the difference between a hand cream and a hand lotion?
The main difference is that hand lotions have a higher water content than hand creams. This makes hand lotions feel a little more lightweight when applied. Hand creams are thicker and more concentrated, but both are equally good for hand care.
What is the most popular hand lotion?
One of the most popular hand lotions is Eucerin Advanced Repair. Eucerin has a range of hand care products, and we'd recommend Eucerin Intensive Hand Cream as a great daily use choice.
What is the best hand cream for dry cracked hands?
For dry and cracked hands we would recommend restorative hand creams. Two of the most popular are: Clarins Super Restorative Hand Cream or Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream Intensive Moisturising Hand Treatment.
For hands that are dry or cracked because you work with your hands or have dehydrated skin, we would suggest choosing a hand cream over a lotion to provide the necessary richness of moisture that your skin needs.
What is the best hand lotion for eczema?
The best hand lotion for eczema is one that will soothe your skin and doesn't contain anything that might cause a flare-up, such as scents, and which have been dermatologically tested. We'd recommend: La Roche-Posay Cicaplast Mains or CeraVe Reparative Hand Cream.