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Hand Cream - Skin Care

Manuka Oil - Recommended by Dr. Oz.

Mudscupper's hand creams provide a rich blend of the highest quality all natural butters and essential oils from around the world and antibacterial skin care protection. Each product is pH balanced and high in nutrients, essential vitamins and anti-oxidants to maintain healthy moist skin. These qualities alone make these exceptional hand creams, but we've combined the proactive protection of East Cape Manuka oil. This amazing oil from New Zealand, has proven to be one of the most beneficial all natural oils in skincare and healthcare. Its microbe damage reversing benefits restore cracked, aged and damaged skin to a youthful appearance while proactively helping to prevent infection before injury occurs.

Use these products as daily hand creams and apply directly to: cuts, scratches, abrasions, rashes, burns, insect bites, mild conditions of: acne, bed sores, dermatitis, eczema, and psoriasis.

GOLD for Women and CHROME for Men
  • Formulated for men's and women's active lifestyles where injury is likely to occur.
  • Favored by motorcyclist, boaters, cyclists, fisherman, hunters, hikers, etc.
  • Occupations: construction, daycare, maintenance/janitorial, food service, welding, plumbing, mechanics, manufacturing, etc.
  • CHROME: unscented.
  • GOLD: light Lavender scent.
  • Formulated with a higher concentration of East Cape Manuka Oil.
  • Designed for occupations where contact with the public poses a higher risk.
  • Used by healthcare, dental care, EMT, corrections, law enforcement, body art, hospice, daycare professionals, etc.
Use on a daily basis to build up East Cape Manuka Oil in the Dermis and Epidermis.

East Cape Manuka Oil is 100% natural and is a scientifically proven anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and antimicrobial with microbe damage reversing benefits. Laboratory tests prove it to be effective against 39 harmful micro-organisms, in particular: Streptococcus, Staphylococcus aureus (Staph), Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), and Pathogenic Fungi.