The stereotype that a guy must have rough hands like sandpaper is gone into oblivion.
There is no shame that a man wants to have neat and well-groomed hands. Even more so, if his professional position requires contact with people, e.g. conducting business meetings. Let's remember that well-groomed hands are our business card.
If you have a problem with finding the perfect hand cream that would moisturize properly, you are not alone with this problem. I have been stealing Dominica hand cream for a long time. The hydration was great, but it always irritated me that I could smell a typical female fragrance on my hands.
When the company Pat & Rub she offered me to test a hand lotion for men - I immediately knew that I would test it with the greatest attention. Hand lotion has amazing properties. Moisturizes, soothes and protects our hands. This is not a short-term effect. After application, our hands are really nourished and are not exposed to irritation. A particularly big problem of dry hands occurs when we work every day with a lot of documents, or often go from a warm to a cool place.
The composition of this hand lotion is 100% natural. Contains aloe, sage, evening primrose oil, babassu oil, jojoba oil, olive butter, ginger, hyaluronic acid and natural vitamin E.
Aloe water is used to soothe irritations. Sage has a disinfecting and regulating effect. Evening primrose oil and vitamin E is designed to inhibit the aging process of our hand skin and regulate the work of our sebaceous glands. Jojoba and babassu oils act as a natural UV filter. Olive butter and ginger have a soothing and moisturizing effect. Hyaluronic acid provides us with a moisturizing effect for long hours.
You won't find any oil derivatives, sulfates or silicones in the composition. All ingredients contained in it have an ecological certificate. The hand lotion smells masculine, it is quickly absorbed and most importantly - IS NOT VISCOUS, which disturbed me very much in Dominica's creams. Our other halves will also not want to steal our hand cream 😉