Are you washing your hands more often? As the spread of Corona-19 continues many of us are as we are told to keep our hands clean to help diminish the spread of the disease.

Unfortunately, frequent washing, stronger soaps and hand sanitisers can make our skin dry and flaky. It almost makes your skin take on a life of its own and shout out for help with moisture and hydration.

Dermatologists recognise the need for healthy hands and advise using quality barrier creams for skin care and protection as they form a physical barrier between the skin and contaminants. But the type and quality of the ingredients used in hand creams are crucial to keeping your skin looking natural while protecting them from harmful bacteria and viruses.

That’s why we invented SteriKing Barrier Cream. It’s an antibacterial AND antiviral protective cream that prevents cross infection and eliminates all known harmful bacteria and viral matter.

It allows your skin to moisturise naturally so that it can recover from harsh and frequent soap use. Moisturising can have a calming effect on the skin, helping to regulate oil production in the sebaceous glands that help slow down skin ageing. So not only will your hands feel better, they’ll look better too.

When you do wash hands with soap and water dermatologists also say that it’s important to dry hands thoroughly. This is for two reasons: firstly, germs are passed on more easily between wet hands and secondly, water drying on the skin reduces its natural oils when it evaporates.

You can find out more about SteriKing Barrier Cream by following the link.