Mid-week tool sneak peek no. 18

January 18, 20120 Comments

Woodworkers’ hands suffer in so many ways. Between splinters, cuts, being pinched and overworked to the point they’re sore when the lights get turned off, so the last thing a woodworker should have to endure is irritated and splitting skin due to handling stock.

Let’s get serious! When I leave the shop, my hands can look & feel horrible. Handling wood can suck moisture out of your skin and leave them looking like you tried to plane them with a dull blade.

I’ve been using O’Keeffe’s Working Hands for a few months now and I can’t believe the difference. More amazingly, my wife doesn’t complain anymore when I hold her hand after a full day in the shop.

– O’Keeffe’s Working Hands is a unique formulation
of moisturizing ingredients guaranteed to improve
the health of your skin.

– Working Hands contains a high concentration of
Glycerin that draws in and retains moisture.

– Contains Allantoin, an odorless, non-toxic and
non-allergenic skin-protectant derived from the
Comfrey plant. It removes dead skin cells to allow
for better penetration and absorption of moisture
and moisturizing ingredients.

– Revolutionary 3 Step Process to relieve dry, damaged skin.
FIRST hydrate the skin with both water and glycerin.
SECOND trap moisture at the cellular level .
THIRD alter the pH in the dermis layer of the skin to activate
the body’s own powerful repair cycle.


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