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  • Bleeding Fingers

    We are in the dry air [12% humidity] of Palm Springs.

    My fingers are starting to crack and bleed.

    What is the best remedy for fixing these hands besides moving?

  • #2
    Originally posted by TOMMMY
    We are in the dry air [12% humidity] of Palm Springs.

    My fingers are starting to crack and bleed.

    What is the best remedy for fixing these hands besides moving?


    Move down south.
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    • #3
      Vaseline Lip Therapy. Use it often during the day, rub it into the worst areas real well. If really bad, coat hands with straight Vaseline and don surgical gloves over that, and leave on over night. Avoid hot water and strong soaps and solvents.
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      • #4
        There's also this stuff called Corn Huskers Lotion that you may be able to find at the supermarket. I used to work with a bunch of cardboard that just sucked all the oils out of my hands, and they would crack and bleed. That corn huskers lotion did the trick.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Mind Riot
          There's also this stuff called Corn Huskers Lotion that you may be able to find at the supermarket. I used to work with a bunch of cardboard that just sucked all the oils out of my hands, and they would crack and bleed. That corn huskers lotion did the trick.


          I never used it but I know my family has used it and says it's great.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by mxpxfan


            I never used it but I know my family has used it and says it's great.


            It is great stuff, but you have to set aside some time to use it. To get the benefit, you have to really rub it in until your skin absorbs it, and that takes a while. I used to sit there just rubbing it into my hands for like twenty minutes at a time until it was all gone. It was totally worth it though. Good stuff.
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            • #7
              isn't Bleeding fingers this guys brother?










              (Vaseline intensive care advanced healing lotion... at least 1-2x per day. happens to me this time every year)
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              • #8
                Bag Balm

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                • #9
                  Nose grease.
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                  • #10
                    Seriously.

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                    • #11
                      Neosporin on the bleeding and cracked areas to start with, cornhuskers hand lotion twice a day to keep them under control....

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Jazz Ad
                        Nose grease.


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                        • #13
                          Hemp oil!!! It is good for many conditions....very helpful with your condition in particula,I use it on my instrument fingerboards as well!You can find it at bath and beyond.
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                          • #14
                            I get that on my fingers all the time when I'm smokin' a joint

                            But seriously folks, that Bag Balm stuff is a miracle product. It will fix even the most dried out, cracked skin you can imagine.

                            Farmers use it on the udders of their milk cows.

                            Feed stores and the like, will usually have it in stock.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by phatster
                              Hemp oil!!! It is good for many conditions....very helpful with your condition in particula,I use it on my instrument fingerboards as well!You can find it at bath and beyond.



                              +1

                              Hemp oil really really helps in this situation. it is rather thin, but, it lubricates and stays on for a while. Its very nice.
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