Working Hands Hand Cream

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Accessory by Vanishing Inc. ($10.00)

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The secret weapon of countless professional magicians is now available at Vanishing Inc.!

We get a lot of questions. But, one that comes up more frequently than any is: “What’s the best way to get rid of dry, cracked hands?”.

Not being able to properly grip cards or coins can make even the most basic sleight of hand a nightmare. Thankfully, there is a fairly simple solution to this problem. Our entire staff of magicians has sworn by “O’Keefe’s Working Hand Cream” for years. And now, instead of having to trek out to the drug store to grab a jar, you can add it directly to your next Vanishing Inc. order!

This stuff is the real deal! It is a concentrated hand cream that not only moisturizes your hands but also adds a protective layer on the skin’s surface to prevent future cracking—all without leaving any oily residue like other creams.

By simply applying this after washing (and drying) your hands and before you go to bed at night, you can start seeing results in just a few days. You’ll gain the tactile grip and feel needed for all your favorite magic tricks, even in the driest climates.

Grab a jar of “O’Keefe’s Working Hand Cream” now and make dry, cracked hands a thing of the past!

3.4oz jar

 

Community questions about Working Hands Hand Cream

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  • Matthew asks: I have incredibly dry hands and this is really useful. However, is there any way to prevent it clagging up your deck of cards? After one or two uses my cards are completely covered in the stuff, no matter how well I rub it in.

    • 1. Rod answers: I've been using this product for almost 20 years and it's fantastic. I don't have any problem with it damaging the cards. I use a very small amount, just enough to cover one finger tip, and then only apply it to the other fingertips. I'm guessing that you may be using too much. Try cutting way back and see how that works. Using such a small amount may require you to re-apply it after an hour or so of close-up, but that's a small price to pay.
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  • Andrew asks: I only put a bit on like advised and still find there is a little residue on them after i have rubbed it in well. Not great is there anything im doing wrong.

    • 1. Dottore answers: I would suggest using less.
    • 2. Jörund answers: Try drying of your hands before using cards, or washing with plain water. Use this product after every wash you do during the rest of the day. I've nevertried using it with cards, just maintainance.
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  • Andrew asks: I only put a bit on like advised and still find there is a little residue on them after i have rubbed it in well. Not great is there anything im doing wrong.

    • 1. Ruben answers: Yes, asking the same question two times :)
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  • Jeffrey asks: Advise rather than a question. This is not a product you apply just before handling your cards or coins. Rather, it is a maintenance product. Use it after washing hands (in a very small amount as per directions on label) and at night before bed (I use a little more overnight). This is a product to repair cracked dry skin, a moisturizer, not a “grip cream”.

    • 1. Jimmy answers: I've been using Working Hands for about eight years. I use it for maintenance, but I always apply it before I handle cards as well. I use a small amount, and then give it about 10 minutes to dry. Your hands should feel dry, but if they feel greasy wipe off the excess. This should give you the enhanced grip your looking for, without ruining the cards.
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Customer reviews for Working Hands Hand Cream

Reviewer

Steve

If youre wanting a better grip on cards I would suggest Chamberlain Golden Touch Lotion
You dont need much. Use the working hands cream for after work

 
Reviewer

Michael

Is is ok for a moisturizing cream but does absolutely nothing to help me grip the cards and coins better. Is there a cream out there that helps with GRIPPING the cards and coins better??

Working Hands Hand Cream by Vanishing Inc.