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What do you senior guys use when your skin dries out on your body during the cold winter months? My feet are getting hammered wi

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  • country road
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    Neutrogena is the best I've ever found, and my fingers crack something fierce without it.

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  • Sarge01
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    I need to make a slight correction to the name of the hand cream I described above. It is made by O'Keeffe's and is called "Working Hands". My wife went to the bathroom and brought me the can of hand cream to look at so I could get the correct name. Senior's memories aren't good either.

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  • Sarge01
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    There is a product that we have here that is in a green can called "Working Mans Hands". I will guarantee that you will find that it is the best thing that you will ever find to repair dry and cracked skin. My buddy that has a muffler business used to have problems every winter with open cracks that even bled and when he found this he has had no problems since. It isn't real greasy or oily either.

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  • RJ Arena
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    Gary, I swear by Bag Balm, it will heal those cracks in no time.

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  • Barnaby Wylde
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    Ah dunno. Mah skin is still good after 65 years. Am I not old enough? Or izzit cuz mah ole granddaddy wuzza Indian? Nevva seen a Indian wif dry skin.

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  • jhjimbo
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    Any lotion with vitamin E. Use daily and after bath or shower as that dries out skin. Try to keep humidity in house at 30% or more.

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  • What do you senior guys use when your skin dries out on your body during the cold winter months? My feet are getting hammered wi

    What do you senior guys use when your skin dries out on your body during the cold winter months? My feet are getting hammered with skin cracks. Should I just grab the wife’s skin cream or is there something better for Sportsmen who are exposed to the elements?

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