I have been known to spend ridiculous amounts on hand creams because I always assumed if they cost more, they had to be better. Well, after years of throwing away money for creams that just live out the rest of their days in a Tupperware in my closet, I am so happy to report I have found a dream hand cream that you can get at any drugstore for only $4.99. Curel Targeted Therapy Hand & Cuticle Cream is not only incredibly moisturizing, but it sinks in immediately without leaving a sticky residue which happily surprised me (usually drugstore hand creams are too thick and greasy for me). Curel contains Soymilk, which is wonderful for helping with irritation, Monoi Oil, which is a great moisturizer (and just sounds exotic, doesn't it?) and Vitamin E, which is an anti-oxidant known to reduce skin dryness and flaking. The scent of the lotion reminds me of a fresh water lake in the spring (how stupidly specific of me) and the softness lasts through multiple hand washings. This cream works wonders on dry, painful knuckles, but isn't too thick to be your everyday hand moisturizer. I carry the tube everywhere with me and at this low price you can afford to own a few so you know you'll never run out. Curel also makes a foot cream in the Targeted Therapy line which I can only imagine is wonderful as well. There's my justification for a trip to Target on the way home tonight.