Sunday, November 13, 2005

Help for Dry Skin

When Flight Attendants find products that we love, we stock up on them.  We buy for ourselves, other Flight Attendants, friends, family, you name it.  We expect everyone to love it as much as we do.
 
Here' one item that's rates very high right now on my list of favorites:  La Source 60-Second Fix Kit for Hands from Crabtree & EvelynAnother Flight Attendant friend turned me on to this product, and I've been hooked ever since.
 
We are constantly washing our hands, and our serving, handling of trash, and the dry cabin environment really takes it toll on our skin.  It's parched, and is looking and feeling dry and scruffy.  I'm sure that other frequent fliers complain of the same problem.
 
Enter the 60-Second Fix Kit.  It's a 2-step treatment consisting of a scrub that exfoliates as well as giving your hands a smooth protective coating, followed by a cream.  There are a variety of fragrances in addition to La Source.
 
I use it every day when I'm flying, and it's made a world of difference.  My hands are still not as "soft as a baby's bottom," but it's a big improvement.
 
If you fly a lot and have other product recommendations, please let me know. 
 
 
 
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5 comments:

number4of5 said...

I don't go anywhere without my Cetaphil cream. It works wonders on my hands.

Their cleansing wash is the only thing I let touch my face, it is that good. I have converted all my female friends into loyal users.

Anonymous said...

The "Nantucket" shea butter hand cream from Crab Tree is awesome and smells good. The scent is extremely light, clean and delicate. I carry it in my purse and use some every time I wash my hands.

Fly Girl said...

number4of5: I've used the Cetaphil cleansing wash for years and swear by it as well. Gentle, effective, and cheap!

Anonymous: Will look for Nantucket when I'm at an Crabtree & Evelyn store next. I need a little tube of cream to keep in my purse.

meimei said...

Hi there! I got the LaSource hand cream as a gift from a friend once and I really liked it - a tad rich, but I can see how this would work if you're traveling. I'm also linking this entry to my blog entry about moisturizer as well. Thanks for the review!

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