Aveeno Hand Cream

Your hands go through a lot, so why not treat them to a soothing, nourishing hand cream?read moreSee less

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Some Aveeno products work as emollients, including the Aveeno Dermexa emollients and the Baby Soothing Relief emollients.


Emollients work by forming a protective barrier over the skin, locking moisture in and keeping irritants out.


This helps to not only hydrate your dry skin, but protect it from detergents, soaps, and other irritants that can aggravate dry skin conditions like eczema or dermatitis.

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Aveeno harnesses the power of the oat through many ways:

  • Oat Extract/Oat Essence (liquid produced from the oat plant) is naturally rich in Avenanthramides, which are known for their soothing and potent antioxidant properties.
  • Colloidal Oatmeal (a powder produced by the fine grinding of oats) has moisturising properties that help prevent water loss from the skin.
  • Oat Oil (a liquid extracted from oat grain) is naturally rich in lips which are essential components for a proper functioning skin barrier.
  • Although they sound pretty similar, probiotics and prebiotics are two vastly different things with specific functions. Probiotics are living microorganisms that are found both naturally in your body and in food and supplements. When consumed or applied to the skin, they provide a wealth of positive benefits for the body, including:

  • Promoting good gut health
  • Strengthening skin overall
  • Prebiotics on the other hand aren’t actually alive. They are non-digestible ingredients that help to nourish the good bacteria in your gut or on your skin and balance the microbiome.

    When probiotics and prebiotics are combined, whether that be in skin cream or in foods, they join forces to become what’s known as a synbiotic. Common synbiotics include supplements, additives and certain foods like yoghurt and cheese.

    Your skin draws moisture from the environment, your diet and your skincare routine. The water content of the outermost layer of your skin (the epidermis) also tends to reflect the level of humidity around it, so following the same skincare routine year-round may not be working when the humidity drops.

    Here are a few simple ways to keep your skin hydrated and combat dry, itchy skin:

  • Limit time in the shower or bath, we recommend 5-10 minutes.
  • Moisturise immediately after washing. This gives the highest chance of trapping existing moisture in your skin.
  • Using a humidifier will help add much-needed moisture to the air.
  • Choosing fabrics such as cotton and silk, that will allow your skin to breathe.
  • Make sure to include lots of healthy fats like fish, walnuts, olive oil and avocados in your diet, as well as drinking lots of water.