Best Travel Hand Creams

Best Travel Hand Creams

Levi Brown
Levi Brown

Here, our favorite hand creams for keeping moisturized in the air and on the ground.

Jurlique Rose Hand Cream ($49): “The scent of this Australian product is addictive. It makes me feel pampered no matter where I am.” —Nilou Motamed, Features Director & Senior Correspondent

Kiehl’s Ultimate Strength Hand Salve ($13): “I am not a fan of products with heavy fragrances—especially when I’m traveling. This revitalizes my skin without overwhelming.” —Jennifer Barr, Executive Editor

Aveda Hand Relief ($20): “The travel size ($8) is perfect on the go, and I love the eucalyptus scent. Aveda’s points program is also a big plus.” —Laura Begley Bloom, Deputy Editor

Ahava Mineral Hand Cream ($20): “I always keep this in my travel kit: it’s the only cream that actually heals my skin and doesn’t feel thick or oily.” —Nikki Goldstein, Editorial Assistant

Crabtree & Evelyn Pomegranate, Argan, and Grapeseed Ultra-Moisturizing Hand Therapy ($22): “Not only does the lotion work wonders—it’s such a refreshing scent.” —Jessie Bandy, Assistant Fashion Editor

L’Avenir Healfast Repair ($50): “This was recommended by a Argentinean-born saleswoman at Zitomer in New York City, who had hands like a baby though she was many decades beyond.” —Nancy Novogrod, Editor-in-Chief

Eos Everyday Hand Lotion ($4) : “I like that the formula absorbs quickly. And the pod-shaped container fits right in your pocket.” —Christine Ajudua, Assistant Editor

Clinica Ivo Pitanguy Hands Beauty Formula ($105): “It repairs chapped hands without leaving them greasy, and the aromatherapy effect helps me relax on long-haul flights.” —Mimi Lombardo, Fashion Director

Diptyque Luxurious Hand Balm ($38): “Walks just the right line between moisturizing and non-sticky; it soaks right up.” —Laura Teusink, Managing Editor

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