Dr. Hauschka Regenerating Hand Cream

Three areas that show signs of aging sooner than we’d like are our eyes, neck and hands. Back in 2008, Dr. Hauschka launched the Regenerating range and helped us address the first two with respectfully targeted formulas. Last month, the brand behind *THAT* ‘Rose Cream from Whole Foods’ that Jennifer Lopez swears by, unveiled the new Regenerating Hand Cream. Early verdict: two much younger looking thumbs up.

Looks Great

First and foremost, this newcomer’s got presence. Packaged in an upright container with a pump dispenser discretely hidden under a cap, the Dr. Hauschka Regenerating Hand Cream brings a sophisticated vibe in this night table staple. Compact and portable, it is also a great TSA approved travel partner because nothing dries out hands more than cabin air and constant washing while on the go.

Works Great

A few notches above the moisture promise, the Regenerating Hand Cream steps into the anti-aging territory with a thoughtfully formulated ingredient deck. Nourishing Olive, Jojoba and Avocado Oils as well as Cocoa Butter are infused with revitalizing Red Clover Blossom, Kalanchoe and Quince Seed Extract. Aiming to boost collagen production, fortify tired skin and provide immediate and lasting hydration, the latest from Dr. Hauschka is pretty impressive. While, I’ve always been thrilled with the Hydrating Hand Cream, the latest addition is a perfect step up for my almost thirty seven year old hands.

How well does it absorb? VERY. As an avid bedtime Kindle reader, if I see a trace of a single greasy fingerprint on the screen, I immediately lose interest. In the hand cream, not the book. The scent is warm, described by the brand as Oriental. There is definite hint of spice (clove, perhaps?) that reminds me of Fall. Light and pleasant, it dissipates without lingering.

$29 (50ml) at drhauschka.com

*press sample



  1. Tim
    June 28, 2017 / 10:19 pm

    alcohol as the 2nd ingredient….just sends alarm bells.

    • June 29, 2017 / 5:48 am

      Hey Tim! While, I personally never have issues with alcohol as an ingredient, I totally understand others’ preference to avoid it. To each their own and that’s precisely why I try to post ingredient decks whenever possible. Cheers!

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