A couple months ago, Junko asked me in comments to my Challenged by Hands article
what I was using as my current hand regimen; if I’d found anything new that was working better than what I’d found before. We discovered we were both using the same product- ZO Skin Health’s Oraser Day and Night Hand Care. We also agreed that although there was some improvement in both our hands; I could say (after using it for more than 3 months) the improvements had leveled off, and if I stopped dutiful application even for a couple days, immediate crepeness washed over the backs of my hands as predictably as a high tide. To date, however, ZO Skin for Hands is the best hand treatment I’ve found, and I’m still using it.
After Junko’s inquiry, I was motivated to do some research and went to Google, “What is the best hand cream?” This led to a majority of biased marketing lists which lent little to my research needs. One list, however, pointed out a list compiled of creams all containing EGFs, HGF or Human Growth Factors
. Knowing some of Marta’s favorites are based on human growth factors as well as other luxurious potions I’ve read about, my first reaction was: “too expensive,” but also knowing (trusting) Marta knows her stuff, I began reading through the list. Expensive proved mostly true, at least for my budget- especially for a potion I would be purchasing for test purposes, until I got to a product called Regeniskin.
I purchased Regeniskin that same day, and it arrived within a week. The jar is an “old game” open to the air, no bells or whistles, jar. I paid $29.95 for 50ml/1.7oz, however, I just put in a reorder, and the cost now has gone up to $39.95. There is a discount if you buy 3 or more jars.
I’ve used Regeniskin for approximately 2 months at least twice a day. The texture is light, the fragrance slightly lemony, a small dab on the back of each hand is absorbed completely in seconds and leaves your skin feeling slightly taut. I immediately apply day or night ZO Skin Oraser or even Amala rejuvenating hand cream. I think any cream or lotion you like would suffice on top of Regeniskin.
Before I began using Regeniskin, the skin of my hands was incredibly thin and creped. Incredibly! When it began to thicken I was too nervous to believe it could be true, but as the weeks compiled, I’ve had to admit it is true. Before using Regeniskin, the skin of my hands wouldn’t hold moisture from lotions; now when I’m done applying Regeniskin plus hand lotion, my hands feel like butter. As an illustration I’d say my hands look a decade younger; I’m not exaggerating.
I love the results I’m getting from Regeniskin on my hands, and I recommend this cream. I’m curious how it would do on the face and neck. As I’ve purchased my second jar, I may venture upwards.
Ingredients: Deionized water, bioferm complex (jopboa, saponaria yucca, rosemary, chamolime, comfrey, arnica, juniper, horsetail, protein growth factor, glyceryl monostearate, stearic acid, octyl salicylte, aloe vera, almond oil, caprylic/capric triglyceride, methylparaben, propylparaben, sweet orange oil.