Most of us are willing to try just about anything if it promises luminous skin. If there's anything I've learned from dabbling in highly coveted products, however, it's not every viral product is totally necessary. In some cases, you can get the job done without spending ample funds. (Take the Dyson Airwrap ($599) and the Shark FlexStyle ($349), for example; I found the less expensive option to be just as effective).
So, while I was skeptical that Paume's best-selling Overnight Hydration gloves ($14) and Probiotic hand balm ($24) would be better than, say, an $18 Glossier hand cream that I know works, I had to put them to the test to see if they really restored chapped hands after a tough winter and iffy spring. The results? Softer, glowing hands just in time for summer.
As a matter of fact, I would say that for $38 (when purchased together) they're one of the easiest remedies for dry, cracked and overworked hands, and their restorative probiotic-rich formula gets all the credit.