Dry hands?

Do you have dry hands in the winter? Or, if you are like me, you are constantly washing your hands. This makes my hands so horribly dry and cracked. They look hideous, to be honest! Softsoap® has brought out some new hand soap that has lotion in it. This is great because I get to use my favorite brand, and heal my hands at the same time 🙂
dry hands

What is it?

Well, simply put, it’s hand soap. But that is just the base of what it is. In fact, it’s really like a spa experience for your hands. The soap has a thick, creamy texture to it, that feels good on your hands. The scent of the soaps is out of this world! They have three scents to choose from:

  • Shea & Cocoa Butter Hand Wash Plus Lotion™ Hand Soap

  • Orchid & Coconut Milk Hand Wash Plus Lotion™ Hand Soap

  • Aloe Water & Lime Hand Wash Plus Lotion™ Hand Soap

Each soap has a pastel color to it, that will blend with any decor in your home.

But does it work?

The short answer? Yes. I have been using this soap for a few weeks now, and I have noticed a considerable difference in my hands. I wash about 50,000 times a day it seems, and with these soaps, I am protecting my hands every time I wash. It’s not a soap that will run out in a few days, either. It lasts a while because it only takes a little to work. I’m the only female in the house, and I haven’t heard my husband or teenage boys complain about the scent, either!

Where can I buy it?

You can purchase this at most retailers such as Walmart, Target, etc. You can also purchase it online at different retailers such as Amazon.

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