To protect your hands from drying out in the cold winter air, try Workman’s Friend Barrier Skin Cream. Our skin cream creates a barrier around your skin which holds in your body’s moisture, allowing your skin to continue moisturizing naturally. Cold air, which acts as a drying agent, is shielded away from your pores by our unique barrier protection.
“Works as stated! I put Workman’s Friend Barrier Skin Cream on before going out into the cold wind. My hands usually chap pretty fast, but this protected them so well that I didn’t have chapped hands. I was very surprised.” – Felicia S.
During the blistering winter days, there are so many activities where gloves are too cumbersome to wear. How many times has your car battery died in the winter? Changing out that old battery is tough with gloves on. Plus, who wants to ruin a pair of gloves with all the grease and grime associated with the process?
Speaking of grease and grime, your coating of Workman’s Friend Barrier Skin Cream with make washing up a breeze after that battery has been replaced. The barrier also shields your skin from grease and grime. The protection also works against oil-based wood stain, silicone caulk, and all types of paint. Whatever you find yourself getting into, don’t worry. We’ve got you covered. Once your task is completed, wash up and experience how much quicker your hands clean up! No more scrubbing like crazy only to find that your hands are still stained. Our barrier skin cream works like magic.
You will see dry, cracked skin heal when used daily. The moisturizing properties of Workman’s Friend Barrier Skin Cream will sooth dry, cracked hands, resulting in the return of your healthy, happy hands. Apply a coating every 4 hours, every day before you get to work for maximum protection and healthy healing benefits.
So, whether you are changing your oil, staining your deck, caulking the windows of a drafty house, or simply playing around with you garden, Workman’s Friend is your one TRUE friend.
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