Mixa Intensive Care Repairing Hand Cream

Mixa Intensive Care Repairing Hand Cream soothes itching and irritation.

We live in an age of viruses. Now it is more important than ever to wash our hands. Not only to wash them but also to disinfect them.

And because of so many disinfectants, frequent hand washing, it all leads to one thing. And that one thing is hand dryness. I hate when my hands are dry. I don’t like that feeling at all. And the skin can crack, itch, etc.

Mixa Intensive Care Repairing Hand Cream

So I desperately needed help, and my sister recommended Mixa hand cream.

I needed a cream that’s intense and hydrating. So let’s first see what’s so good about this repairing hand cream.

Just to note that this is not a sponsored post. The site contains links for affiliate marketing. That means if you buy something from the link I get a small commission with no extra cost for you.

Mixa Intensive Care Repairing Hand Cream

  • enriched with lipids for extremely dry and cracked hand skin
  • deeply regenerates and soothes
  • enriched with glycerin (contains 30% concentrations of Glycerin + Oat Milk)
  • intensively hydrates the hands, making them softer, while the addition of oat milk nourishes and soothes cracked hands
Shea Butter and Allantoin
  • ideal for cold winter weather because it effectively protects the skin
  • the products are free of alcohol and parabens
  • contains Shea Butter and Allantoin

Make a small allergy test before use!

Appearance

Mixa products are easy to recognize. There is always a recognizable orange color. Here you will get 100 ml of hand cream. It’s great that this fits in a purse, so you can carry it with you everywhere.

The texture of the cream is firm, not at all runny. It smells very mild. The scent reminds me of baby products. It smells nice and is not aggressive at all.

Hydrates The Hands, Making Them Softer

Feeling on the skin

The cream is very rich and like I said thick. When you apply it to your hands you feel that it is something hydrating. After application, it is best to wait a while until the cream is absorbed into the skin.

But I can tell you one thing, and that is that your hands will be velvety soft. This cream revived my hands. And not just hands. You can also put it on dry elbows and knees (that’s just my experience). 

Conclusion

No one likes dry skin, especially on the hands. The hands are always visible, in front of the eyes. So let’s do something to make those hands nice and soft then.

Mixa gives us a wonderful solution here. I repeat once again that this is not a sponsored post. I wanted to tell you about this wonderful product. Because maybe you too are struggling with dry and cracked skin on your hands. 

Leave a comment below. Are your hands drier than usual in the winter? How do you solve this problem? I’m really curious so don’t be shy. Write whatever you want. Of course, I also accept suggestions.

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