Hand Balm

Hand Balm

56G

Flexitol Hand Balm is medically proven to provide effective, long lasting moisturisation and rapid hydration to alleviate the symptoms of mild dermatitis, eczema and psoriasis present on the hands. (Symptoms such as very dry, cracked, red or itchy skin).

This highly effective formulation contains Urea in a blend of emollients and is designed to be non-greasy and easily absorbed to improve skin hydration, so you can feel it working from day one.



Other key ingredients and their benefits

Ingredients are carefully selected to offer the best possible results from Flexitol Products.

Urea

Skin conditioning, hydrating and moisturising.

Lanolin

Skin conditioning, hydrating and moisturising.

Paraffin

Emollient, softens and soothes, forms a film to prevent moisture loss.

Shea Butter

Skin conditioning.

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Used regularly, Flexitol Hand Balm has been shown to significantly increase the moisture levels in the skin. Suitable for daily use as part of a regular hand care routine, as well as very dry hands caused by dermatitis or eczema. Flexitol Hand Balm should be gently massaged into the hands 2 – 3 times a day or as required.

Simply rub gently into cuticles and base of nails daily or as often as required to maintain well moisturised cuticles and strong, healthy nail growth. For a more intense application, apply a generous amount of Flexitol Cuticle and Nail Cream to the cuticles and base of nails, rubbing in well. Soak in warm water for two minutes and remove excess cream.

The Magic of Urea

Urea is a major constituent of the skin's Natural Moisturising Factor, which improves hydration by increasing the water uptake from the dermis. It enhances the skin's ability to retain water and reduces water loss from the skin and improves the amount of water the skin can hold. For people whose skin lacks the natural moisturising factor, a product containing Urea can be used to replicate this hydration process.