In my secret, unglamorous, not-for-the-internet life I have issues. Lots of them, but one of the main (and wholly aggravating) grievances I have is eczema. In all honesty I think I probably suffered with it in the freaking womb, since I can't actually a remember a time when it's been truly 100% gone.
It always comes back too. Sorry myths about 'growing out of it' that got tossed around as a child. It's about as stubborn as my hayfever.
If you suffer, then you'll know that eczema = super duper sensitive skin. The slightest thing can set it off, sometimes completely unknown, so I'm always very wary about what I put on my skin, be it hair care, makeup, or more generalised skincare. Ingredient labels are my best friend. I have a little book with the fancy names I need to avoid.
Hand creams are a bit of a minefield. I get eczema outbreaks on my left palm and top knuckles of my middle three fingers on both hands the minute the weather turns cold (or there's dust, or I'm really stressed out). It's pain. It's horrible, disgusting pain and hi yes you're probably wincing reading this but eczema is the least amount of fun in winter. And hand creams are such a saviour when they work. It's just finding one that does, without irritating, that soothes without the chemical cocktail of a medicated cream.
So, Soap & Glory - how does your Endless Glove moisture mask & hand cream fare?