Dry Splitting Cracking: Take 2

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    sherry-lenox on #157993

    I couldn’t read through everything it the original thread, but I’ve been using O’Keefe’s Working Hands this winter and in spite of the awful weather here in NE USA, I have yet to have one finger crack!
    It is inexpensive and has no scent. It just works!
    I’m sorry if it’s already been posted, but this is the first thing that has EVER worked for me!

    Katherine Denler on #157994

    I also didn’t read everything in the original thread —

    but “Udder Balm” is supposed to be amazing for cracking and callouses, it can be found at an animal feed store or somewhere like Farm and Fleet (if you have them where you are). It is used for cow udders that become dry/chaffed from milking. Apply at night, and wear gloves to sleep in. I guess it’s also great for people who have extremely hard callouses.

    Jessica A on #157995

    Sherry, could you please list the ingredients?

    sherry-lenox on #157996

    They have a nice website where you can order. Try googling O’Keefe’s Working Hands.
    If you can’t fine it that way I’ll be glad to print the ingredients here. THe first ingredient is Glycerin, but there are some others by chemical names that I don’t recognize.
    Try the google though, there are lots and lots of testimonials. I’m surprised there are none there from musicians.

    Jessica A on #157997

    Thank you.

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