Goodbye Dry, Cracked Hands & Feet – Hello Soft Healthy Skin

Our hands and feet bear the brunt of just living our daily lives. Hands are regularly being washed or used for cleaning and work around the house, while you're on your feet most of the day, simply walking around, working, or exercising. All of this use, along with hot and cold weather, can take a toll on our skin, leading to dry and cracked hands or feet. Find out how you can repair and restore the skin on your hands and feet so they are protected and soft.


Find out what you need to know about impetigo, also known as school sores, including how to recognise and treat them.

What to know about hives

Most mums have heard of hives, but many of us haven’t actually seen a real-life case of hives. Although we don’t often refer to hives as a rash, that’s exactly what it is – a rash that looks like big, round, red welts (sometimes called weals or swellings). The medical term for hives is urticaria.