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    dry skin

    I have very dry skin on my feet and hands seems like winter riding has increased it to a painful cracked surface.Anyone know of good remedy?

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    lubriderm for the skin... i have used bag balm for heels... both are inexpensive...

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    My wife uses this stuff. She gets it at Wal-Mart. I've tried it when my hands get dry and it works.
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    Donna's dermatologist gave her some samples of Cetaphil moisturizer, and it works better than anything I've tried. http://www.cetaphil.com/Products/moisturizers.aspx
    I've tried the creamy petroleum jelly also, not bad, but the Cetaphil works much better for me (but is expensive-so watch for sales!)

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