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Anti-aging hand cream ?

Started 1384021416.11 in Beauty Banter | Last reply 1384099315.85 by mima

My hands look old and haggered. Dry, wrinkles and dark spots. Any recommendations ?

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ednapsych1384022390.861331 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004

Argon Oil on the tops of the hands!

patf1384022636.077814 PostsRegistered 6/20/2006

LATHER AHA hand cream. The Q use to sell it the last time I bought it through Amazon.

FUTURE1384022857.83711742 PostsRegistered 5/18/2008
Strivectin has a good one, too. I also apply any extra face serum to the tops of my hands every morning.

Jojo3201384023464.71357 PostsRegistered 12/1/2012

Eucerin's Professional Repair, it has 10% urea, ceramides, and alpha hydroxy acid.

It's incredible stuff, for all over your body after a shower, too, just apply it within 3 minutes of your shower, so it locks in the moisture. No more crepey-ness.

Shelbelle1384023949.88334719 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004

Skinn and Isomers both have anti aging hand creams.

chrystaltr­ee1384024757.9812615 PostsRegistered 5/10/2010

I think your only real solution to aging hands is a professional manicure, a good hand cream made for dry skin and acceptance. Cosmetic surgeons do rejuvenation procedures on hands but that's expensive.

sunnysw1384027094.897160 PostsRegistered 11/5/2009
On 11/9/2013 chrystaltree said:

I think your only real solution to aging hands is a professional manicure, a good hand cream made for dry skin and acceptance. Cosmetic surgeons do rejuvenation procedures on hands but that's expensive.


Great advice!!

straitgirl1384027284.0721633 PostsRegistered 7/29/2006

I use Working Hands. I don't think anything will prevent age spots.

KatCat11384028662.0617152 PostsRegistered 7/21/2011

Check on HSN website for Ahava products.

MarenSeatt­le1384030383.694452 PostsRegistered 10/19/2013
My hands are trashed -- I wash them several times daily when someone around me has a cold, and at home I just grab the dishwashing detergent to do it. I've started putting my face stuff on the back of my hands (currently Algenist) and have done a couple of nights with my hands slathered in hand cream, wearing cotton gloves (just drugstore hand cream). I keep meaning to use my LightStim on my hands, too, because many here have said it works wonders, but I keep forgetting. I'm definitely going to check out the Lather AHA hand cream mentioned above. I can't stress enough what an overnight difference the cotton gloves made.

ilvanimals1384031480.27715 PostsRegistered 11/8/2013

Nothing works better than Jan Marini!

fitnessfre­ak1384089716.24304 PostsRegistered 10/26/2013

I stocked up on Joan Rivers "MAGIC" from e-bay..still have about 10 of the 2-oz. tubes,

Wish she would bring it back along w/ her giant tub of foot magic.

I also have SSC's RULINEA Hand Treatment...not sure if it's still offered in the line.

tototwo1384090569.2532597 PostsRegistered 2/8/2008Great Plains

The best stuff ever made ever was Joan Rivers' Absolutely Magic (and it was!). I used to buy it on Ebay until I realized that the tubes I was buying were old inventory and probably manufactured 8-10 years ago. These days, whatever I use on my face I also apply to my hands. I also use Nadinola hand cream (3% hydroquinone) sometimes, but I'm not very consistent with it.

I sure miss JR's Magic -- and my hands show it.{#emotions_dlg.sad}

I was always taught to respect my elders, but it keeps getting harder to find one.

darcy31384093430.511184 PostsRegistered 1/8/2008

Avon Anew has a hand cream with exfoliators and sunscreen in it. I also use the extra on my PTR unwrinkle pads on the backs of my hands.

lovesrecess1384093847.75713776 PostsRegistered 7/14/2008Texas

the best ever was Joan River's Absolute Magic as mentioned before; I find now that L'occitane Shea Butter Hand Cream keeps my hands smooth and hydrated if I use it regularly but dark spots are still an issue for me....I use whatever I can find with as much hydroquinone % as possible; that is the only thing that causes me to see any difference.

the only way to prevent dark spots on your hands is to use sunblock when exposed to the sun.

cassiem1384095965.8376835 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004
I rub the residue of my face treatments on the backs of my hands and then apply any hand cream I have over it. In the morning vitamin-c serum and sunscreen, at night Retin-A. I've tried tons of hand creams and this has made the most difference for me. I don't have to buy pricy "treatment" hand creams, just something that moisturizers without being greasy.

Shelbelle1384096542.57734719 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004

I recently saw JR's Magic Hand Cream being sold in an outlet store in FL, the tubes looked as old as I am!!! The Hydroquinone in there must have turned dark brown by now, I am not one to throw out old products, but I would be very leary of buying her hand cream now.

Vamp1384096795.11311599 PostsRegistered 3/9/2007
On 11/10/2013 darcy3 said:

Avon Anew has a hand cream with exfoliators and sunscreen in it. I also use the extra on my PTR unwrinkle pads on the backs of my hands.


I've used Avon Anew in the past, but I think I'm going to try Eucerin's Professional Repair if I can find it in my local drugstore. I've been using Ahava Mineral Hand Cream, and while I love it, it doesn't have any SPF or anti-aging properties (that I know of).

mima1384099315.8514523 PostsRegistered 10/19/2004KS

Be sure and use hand cream with sunscreen!

Mima

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