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2 Pumps

When I saw the opportunity to review Vita Sciences Maxasorb B12 cream I jumped at the chance to try it. I work my artist hands all day with constant washing and no matter how much I moisturize, it can still take its toll and leave my sensitive skin feeling chapped. Plus, Alex's hands have been irritated with small patches of eczema for far too long so it was definitely time to try something new.

As soon as it arrived, we immediately began slathering it on like it was a contest to see who could do it faster. The first thing we noticed was the amazing spearmint-peppermint smell! It doesn't absorb as quickly as we hoped and leaves hands feeling a little "lotiony" but the 2-pump dose goes a long way and is enough for hands and feet. 

Overall, the antioxidant infused formula makes our skin softer with a healthy glow. We've only been using it for a few days, but will definitely continue until every drop is gone. Hopefully, with more time and use, we'll see the full benefits! 

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