Discover our collection of premium hand washes and moisturising hand creams formulated to protect, nourish and hydrate skin and cuticles. This luxurious selection includes rich, naturally-scented hand balms for working hands and tired skin from John Masters Organics and Aesop, cleansing oil formulas from Messiah & Eve, and exfoliating botanical hand washes from Pelegrims.
Luxury hand washes & hand sanitisers
Humanery offers hardworking yet gentle hand washes specially formulated to ensure your hands stay clean and free from surface dirt and bacteria, without stripping the skin of its needed natural oils. You'll also find a selection of hand santisers with high alcohol content to instantly kill germs and bacteria, as well as water-free formulas that are perfect for using on-the-go.
What is the difference between hand creams & balms?
Which one do you choose? Well, first and foremost, that depends on the condition of your skin. While they have similar base ingredients, hand creams are lighter and have a thinner consistency than hand balms, deliver intense hydration, and are rich in oils and butters. Hand creams are ideal for daily use, while hand balms can be used whenever your skin needs that extra moisturisation and protection. They are also great for targeting specific dry areas, such as the cuticles.
Keeping hands hydrated
Just like you would moisturise your face every day, hand creams and balms are essential for keeping your hands hydrated and nourished. They are important for keeping the skin and cuticles hydrated and healthy, retaining moisture lost through cleansing, manual work and harsh weather conditions, keeping the skin on the back of the hands soft, nourished and protected, preventing premature ageing of the hands, treating redness, irritation and cracked skin, and Protecting against infection
When should you use hand cream?
Always use hand cream after washing and sanitising your hands, and after a shower, to lock in natural moisture lost through cleansing. Make sure to apply a hand balm should whenever your hands are feeling rough or if you have cracked skin - especially for the colder months when our skin becomes drier and loses its natural moisture.
Disclaimer: The information on this site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice.