It started when my friend gave me a Sams Natural to me as a gift and from there I have ordered Sams Natural for friends and family as gifts as well. Love the product and will always come back!
The walnut scrub is a staple, must have. And got the hand salve for the first time, which I love mainly because it's not too greasy after it dries. Thank you SN team.
My hands crack like the dickens... and it sucks. When the Co-Vid Pandemic broke out, it was a worst case scenario for my mitts... since I'm now washing my hands multiple times per day. All that soap was doing a number and simple hand moisturizers weren't cutting in. Then I received the Hand Salve... combined with the walnut scrub, I've seen a complete 180 in how may hands are. The cracks are gone... and now my palms and knuckles are as smooth as a baby's bottom. Loved the stuff so much, I sent a care package to my Firefighter Brother-In-Law who has the same issues... and now he has the same results as me!
This salve only requires a little at a time. It takes a little getting used to to soften it up and apply it to your fingers. My hands feel great when it's on but it still doesn't clear up my terribly dry fingers. I often wear gloves as an electrician but even still, my fingers end up chapped, cracked, dry, bleeding and in pain from the work and cold weather. I have tried many lotions, creams, balms, and salves, but nothing has healed my fingers. Maybe this salve will work after time, but I often have cuts in my hands, which this is not recommended for.
Absolutely love Hard Workin’ Hand Salve! It smells great and even better really has worked for me. I live in Colorado where the winter air is dry. Cracked bloody knuckles is the norm. Not anymore! My only gripe is the packaging...if this came in a stick container much like chapstick this would easily be five stars. Not going to stop me from repurchasing as soon as I go through my first can however!
I specifically enjoy the smell and the product works well for my dry (not oily skin). Dock one star for having to use the back of my thumbnail to extract the product from the tin.