Hemp Hand Protector
24hr hard-working hydrationFor ultra-dry hands
Our Hemp Hand Protector vigorously hydrates ultra-dry hands, making it the champion of hard-grafters everywhere. This rich, nice-smelling hand cream gives robust protection and relief for very dry skin, especially when it’s exposed to the elements.
This is a product that really needs no introduction, but we love talking about it. It’s our bestselling hand cream (seriously. Number one). No matter what level of hassle your hands get, it works hard to soften up even the toughest palms and pinkies, with a few not-so-secret ingredients helping along the way.
It hydrates for up to 24 hours, so it fits hard-working hands like a glove. It works on very dry and sensitive skin.
We use hemp seed oil in our Hemp Hand Protector. Our hemp crop helps regenerate land and provides a habitat for local wildlife in France. It’s one reason why they call it the ‘miracle crop’.
- Our best hand cream for very dry hands
- Restores moisture and protects ultra-dry skin
- 24hr hydration
- Not greasy or fussy. Just hydrating
- Made with hemp seed oil from France
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Hemp seed oil
You’ve probably heard of hemp seed oil, also known as cannabis sativa oil. It’s known for seriously high levels of hydration. We like it for its essential fatty acids content, like omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids and vitamins A and E, which skin loves.Hemp is a big deal these days, but we’ve been harvesting this hardworking hydrator since 1992 – our founder, Dame Anita Roddick, was a big fan of its sustainability and efficacy.Hemp is kind of a miracle crop. It’s grown for fibres, seeds and flowers that are used for everything from clothing and food to medicine and – of course – moisturisers. Our hemp helps regenerate land and provides a habitat for local wildlife in France.
Something of an environmental wonder, hemp is naturally resistant to pests, so farmers don’t need to use pesticides or irrigation. It’s also an overachieving air purifier, breathing in four times more CO2 than trees.