Give Us A Hand…To Moisturize, Of Course!

"Don't let your hands make you look older than you are!"


Throughout the years, Dr. Nassif saw patient after patient neglect proper skincare for the hands and this has increased with frequent hand-washing & use of hand sanitizers.


Applying his philosophy of hydrating and treating the skin to look it's best,  The Hand Treatment Cream was developed with a proprietary blend of ingredients to hydrate, brighten and even skin tone, provide antioxidants which may help fight free radical aggressors, and help reduce the appearance fine lines and wrinkles, while helping to protect the moisture barrier of the skin and promote good microbiome.

Hand Cream

Provides vital moisturization to the hands without being greasy.

Helps protect the skin microbiota, keeping good bacteria in place to maintain skin integrity.

Helps skin texture on the hands appear smoother and younger looking,

Brightens and evens the appearance of skin tone on the hands.

Infused with antioxidants from Vitamins B3, B5 and C which may help fight free radical aggressors.


Key Ingredients & Benefits:

Contains 0.5% Revivyl from Orobanche rapum, which helps maintain the microbiota balance of the skin and even improves the skin microbiota composition. The increased presence of “good” bacteria can help to inhibit the growth of “bad” bacteria on the skin.

Clinical studies show that 0.5% Revivyl significantly restores the skin barrier function, leading to better skin hydration.

2% Aesthigel from Scandinavian red algae promotes hydration to every layer of the epidermis. Shown in studies to work faster and more efficiently than hyaluronic acid!

2% Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) helps brighten and even out the appearance of skin tone, helping hands look more youthful.

Also contains antioxidants from Vitamin C Vitamin B5 which may help fight free radical aggressors.

Hand Cream


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