Soothe and Soften Sensitive Hands this Winter
Posted by Fleur Revell
Take care of your hands with all-natural new Manuka Biotic Naturally Nourishing Hand Cream which boasts certified organic, New Zealand-produced Manuka oil
Hands undergo tough treatment all year round with constant washing, hot water, exposure to numerous chemicals and detergents drying them out – and with winter, the cold weather gives them yet another element to battle against.
Take care of yours with the all-natural new Manuka Biotic Naturally Nourishing Hand Cream (RRP $19.99), which boasts certified organic, New Zealand-produced Manuka oil packed with anti-inflammatory properties, to help soothe and protect skin from daily wear and tear.
If you suffer from dry or chapped hands, Calendula oil will help heal your skin with its antiseptic properties, while antimicrobial Kanuka oil will keep your hands clean and healthy.
The non-greasy cream contains the natural goodness of Shea butter to help improve skin blemishes, and offer rich moisture for dried out hands to absorb. Skin essential Vitamin E, cucumber extract and olive oil are also key ingredients to moisturise and condition after being exposed to the chilly elements.
Last but certainly not least, this hand cream ensures all the natural goodness stays in your skin with the addition of beeswax white to create a breathable barrier, and help prevent moisture loss as you go about your day.
Free from parabens, PEG’s and added colourings or fragrances, the Manuka Biotic Naturally Nourishing Hand Cream is perfect for all skin types, including sensitive and chronically dry skin, and will leave your hands feeling soft and smooth all day long.
Massage into your skin as often as you like to ensure your hands don’t suffer through winter this year sore and chapped, or looking red and dry. Just a small amount will leave your hands feeling deeply moisturised and cared for.
Manuka Biotic Naturally Nourishing Hand Cream (RRP $19.99) is available from all Health 2000 stores, leading health food stores and online.