Hand cream. It's an automatic beauty product I use on a daily basis. I find I moisturise my hands more often than not throughout the day. Whether I'm at work, at home, out with friends, I always have hand cream with me, specifically Clarins Hand and Nail Treatment Cream.
I don't use Clarins standard hand cream because the treatment cream is better; it's a thick emulsion which sinks in something beautiful without leaving a greasiness on your skin.
A lot of hand creams I've used have a high water content, or glycerin in them, and when I've used, they leave my hands ever so slightly dry. Thankfully, the Treatment Cream is far too superior a hand cream to do such things to your hands.
The product claims this and that, but simply, it moisturises them well - even in Winter.
You only need a small dab, which will lock in moisture.
Once you've rubbed the cream in, which takes a matter of seconds, the skin on the back of your hands will be soft, and has a noticable moisturised 'look'. Or at least that's what I think every time I use the treatment cream.
It costs $36.00 (£20), and can be bought at the following department stores in the UK: Debenhams, Selfridges, House of Fraser and John Lewis. You can also buy the cream from their website and via Ebay and Amazon.
While I wouldn't say the hand and nail treatment cream has a targeted age group, the level of moisture and thickness of the product makes it suitable for all ages. My mother is middle-aged and she also has a tube of this cream. I do notice her taking mine as of late, however because she's been running low. Younger-looking hands it certainly doesn't promise, but if your hands feel moisturised, and soft, youthful is how they will certainly feel.