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    Handwashing

    All this extra handwashing with newborn has left my hands super dry. Anyone know where to get large bottles of disinfectant gel? Thinking maybe that's the solution, no amount of cream is helping.

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    Neutrogena has a really good hand cream. You just need a small amount and it works wonders. The only places I can think of for the Dininfectant Gel is Gateway and Prizemart. Have you checked there?

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    I'm not sure disinfectant gel will be a solution. Find that it is very drying too. A better hand cream is worth a try.

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    Try fresh aloe vera, olive oil, Ives's collagen cream (one at a time) then put on gloves overnight. Watson's hand mask set helps. Try to use less soap. Wear gloves when cleaning.

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    I use Johnson's top to toe baby wash (it is soapless) to wash my whole baby including her hair and I've never had a problem with dry skin. The moisturizer advice from the others sounds good to help soothe baby's hands at night.

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