Give your dry hands a ‘spa treatment’ with this $3 mask at Target


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Right now, washing our hands is extremely important. While this practice is beneficial for our health, it can sometimes take a toll on our skin — especially if you have sensitive pores.

If you need a quick pick-me-up that can help soothe your hands, there is one option at Target that’s both calming and costs only $3! Some shoppers have even compared it to getting an at-home spa treatment.

Specifically designed to balance out your skin’s moisture barrier, Aveeno’s Repairing Hand Mask is made with prebiotic oat and shea butter that can help nourish and provide ultimate softness and smoothness. Plus, it only takes 10 minutes to work and doesn’t even need to be rinsed off after using.

Shop: Aveeno Repairing Cica Hand Mask, $2.99

Credit: Target

Formulated for sensitive skin, these gloves are free from fragrance and parabens. They’re also non-drip, so you don’t have to worry about any mess while wearing them.

One shopper who gave the item five-stars wrote, “Loved this product. Temporary fix but it felt wonderful. Like a spa treatment.”

While this hand mask may not be a cure-all for some, it can still relieve temporary dryness and discomfort.

Another shopper wrote, “I agree with other reviewers that the gloves are a bit difficult to secure, but that is not a deal breaker for me. My hands get so dry in the winter that I have red patches all over them and they crack and bleed. Sometimes they get so bad that even lotion specifically designed for eczema relief can make them burn. I fully expected for this mask to cause at least a little discomfort, but I was pleasantly surprised. There was NO BURNING at all when I put them on. My hands felt amazing afterward. My only complaint is that the results were very short lived, but I think that is because I did not moisturize every time I washed my hands. I will definitely buy this hand mask again.”

If you enjoyed this article, you can also snag this holographic peel off mask that’s hydrating and fun to use.

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