Hand cream for man’s super dry skin from chemicals in work?

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Question by Ly: Hand cream for man's super dry skin from chemicals in work?
What is one of the best hand creams I can find in a drug store that will help super dry skin? My boyfriend works in the kitchen at a restaurant as a cook and he also does the cleaning, and after using the strong soaps, the back of the hands are super dry, cracked, and just feel scaly, even the color is a little off.
So what's a good powerful one that can restore his skin?

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Answer by Bambi
try coconut oil ($ 6 at Trader Joe's) it works better than any lotion I've tried and it's natural

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You Men have no idea -- Samantha Brown ...item 1b.. Humble Pie - Eat It (1973) Full Album ...item 2.. Is America ready for a Mexican Twinkie? (18 November 2012) ...
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This album showcases the dynamic diversity and talent of Steve Marriott's gritty bluesy vocals with some funky soul mixed in throughout along with straight ahead blistering rockers.

The band is right on and they deliver an extremely energetic powerhouse combination on this double album that overall ranks with their best along with Smokin' and Performance Rockin' The Fillmore.
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.....item 1a).... Eat It (Humble Pie album) ... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ...

For the "Weird Al" Yankovic compilation album, see Eat It ("Weird Al" Yankovic album).
Eat It

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Studio album by Humble Pie ... ReleasedApril 1973
Recorded Steve Marriott's clear sounds home studio, (Essex)
Green’s Playhouse, Glasgow (side 4)
Genre R&B, blues rock, hard rock, soul

Label A&M
Producer Steve Marriott

Humble Pie chronology

Smokin' (1972) ...
Eat It (1973) ...
Thunderbox (1974)

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.....item 1b)... youtube video ... Humble Pie - Eat It (1973) Full Album ... 62:29 minutes

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Humble Pie - Eat It (1973)
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01 00:00 "Get Down to It"
02 03:18 "Good Booze and Bad Women"
03 06:25 "Is It for Love?"
04 11:04 "Drugstore Cowboy"
05 16:46 "Black Coffee"

06 18:45 "I Believe to My Soul"
07 21:59 "Shut up and Don't Interrupt Me"
08 24:58 "That's How Strong My Love Is"
09 28:43 "Say No More"
10 30:41 "Oh, Bella"

11 34:05 "Summer Song"
12 36:49 "Beckton Dumps"
13 40:02 "Up Our Sleeve"
14 45:04 "Honky Tonk Women"
15 49:02 "(I'm A) Road Runner"

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.....item 2).... Mail Online ... Daily Mail ... www.dailymail.co.uk ...

Is America ready for a Mexican Twinkie?
Bankrupt Hostess 'to sell beloved snack to cake company south of the border'

... Hostess is closing its 33 plants, laying off its 18,500 workers and putting its snack brands up for sale
... Thousands of company workers went on strike last week after rejecting a contract offer that cut wages and benefits
... Fans of firm's products queue for last serving of Twinkies, Ding Dongs etc.

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
PUBLISHED: 11:53 EST, 18 November 2012 | UPDATED: 15:04 EST, 18 November 2012

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2234822/Mexican-company-...

A Mexican company may come to the rescue of Twinkies-loving Americans across the country as it looks to acquire the bankrupt Hostess Brands to keep its lip-smacking-sweet confections on store shelves for years to come.

Mexican company Grupo Bimbo is reportedly eyeing Hostess Brands, the company that makes Twinkies, Ding Dongs and Ho Ho's, after Hostess announced last week that it would shutter and liquidate its 33 bakeries.

News of Hostess Brands' liquidation struck fear in the hearts of Twinkies loyalists across the country, who scrambled to snatch up the sticky-sweet treats from stores and online for fear of never tasting them again.

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img code photo ... Andy Wagar -- Bellingham, Washington

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Stocking up: Andy Wagar piles Twinkies and other Hostess products into his car in Bellingham, Washington

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img code photo ... Michelle Craft -- Denver, Colorado

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Taking no chances: Michelle Craft bought 0 worth of Hostess treats at a store in Denver on Friday

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As a result, the all-American Twinkies brand is now becoming more attractive to potential buyers. Food producers ConAgra and Flowers Food. the American company behind Nature Valley granola, have considered purchasing the company.

But Mexico's Grupo Bimbo, the world's largest bread baking firm, may have the upper hand.
Bimbo owns parts of Sarah Lee, Entenmann's and Thomas English Muffins. The company had previously made an offer of 0 million a few years ago, according to Forbes. Hostess is now estimated to be worth only 5 million.

Part of the reason for Hostess's bankruptcy is high sugar prices tied to U.S. trade tariffs -- which wouldn't be an issue in Mexico, where Bimbo can take advantage of lower-priced sugar.

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... The makers of Twinkies would have gone out of business years ago if it wasn't for us says union
... 'This is a set-up!': Chris Christie responds to question about Twinkies by joking 'I'm on Saturday Night Live enough!'

The day the Twinkie died: Hostess to shut down and lay off 18,500 workers after crippling strike

The family that owns and operates Grupo Bimbo is reportedly worth billion.

As the future Twinkies hangs in the balance, a war of words has broken out between the unions and the snacks maker over who is to blame for them going out of business.

The Bakery, Confectionary, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union claims that the company would have gone out of business years ago if it hadn't been for the efforts of their employees.
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img code photo ... Curtis Smout

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Seeing the funny side: But Curtis Smout was taking precautions against the snacks' disappearance

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Meanwhile, Hostess CEO Rayburn has publicly stated without doubt that the closure of the bakery giant on Nov. 16 was due to failed negotiations with the unions and they will be at fault if the Twinkies brand disappears for good.

Issuing a statement clarifying their position, BCTGM International President Frank Hurt said, 'the truth is that had it not been for the valiant efforts of our members over the last eight years, including accepting significant wage and benefit concessions after the first bankruptcy, this company would have gone out of business long ago.'

'Hostess failed because its six management teams over the last eight years were unable to make it a profitable, successful business enterprise.'

Hurt explains in his statement that a prior bankruptcy plan submitted by Hostess earlier this year was unreasonable and would have done little to reduce debt, but provided Hostess executives ample compensation.

A representative for the union speaking to Businessinsider.com said that, 'Hostess is a corrupt company and is attempting to shut their plant down because we are not willing to conform and take slave wages. We won't do that.'

'They're a big business who's mismanaged the company and made all of us suffer.'
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Multi-generational: Heather Griffiths and her mother Dori team up to buy the Hostess treats they need

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'We've been in situations like this, where Wall Street, big business investors will attempt to chop up wages and have workers work for little or nothing, where they're unable to support their families.

'When they have to take action to close the plant, that happens. We have families that cannot work for these types of wages and have little to no healthcare.'

In response to the decision to close Hostess at the cost of 18,500 jobs and the closure of 33 plants, Greg Rayburn laid the blame at the door of the unions.

'The leadership of that union made the decision that they’re willing to sacrifice these jobs because they don’t really want to have these kinds of concessions from other companies,' said Rayburn.

While most of the firm's most iconic brands are likely to be snapped up by other manufacturers, Twinkie die-hards were taking no chances after the announcement.

The snacks were flying off shelves throughout the nation, and grocery store workers reported that they were fast running out of Twinkies and other Hostess brands.

'We may have a few things left, but pretty much we're out of our Hostess stuff,' a store manager in Chicago told Businessweek.

And a spokesman for grocery chain Supervalu warned, 'We will only have the products while supplies last.'

Customers flocked to the Wonder Hostess Bakery Coutlet in Indianapolis to get their hands on the fast-vanishing treats.
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Demand: there were long lines outside the Hostess store in Denver when the company announced its demise

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Shortage: Shoppers in Waterloo, Iowa were out of luck when the tried to stockpile the goodies

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Charles Selke showed journalists his plastic bag stuffed with snacks, including Zingers dessert cakes.
'How do these just disappear from your life?', he asked. 'That's just not right, man. I'm loyal. I love these things, and I'm diabetic.'

For others, the rush to snap up Hostess foodstuffs was motivated by historic considerations, as in the case of Samantha Caldwell, from Chicago.

She bought a pack of Twinkies to give to her four-year-old son, saying: 'This way he can say, "I had one of those."'

In New York City, many grocery stores had run out of Twinkies by mid-afternoon, with only Hostess' less popular products left over.

The shortage led to the snacks selling for wildly inflated prices on eBay and other online marketplaces.
One opportunistic seller managed to offload a box of 10 Twinkies - which would normally cost no more than - for .

It is unclear how long the sweet treats will stay fresh - while it is widely rumoured that Twinkies remain edible for decades, it is unclear to what extent that is true.
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img code photo ... Leftovers

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Leftovers: The most popular snacks such as Twinkies were completely sold out in some Manhattan stores

Kenneth Hughes for the Daily Mail

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img code photo ... Wonder Bread - Classic White

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Gaps: New York City bodegas were fast running out of Hostess products such as Wonder Bread

Kenneth Hughes for the Daily Mail

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'I don't think it's a stretch to say there's a lot of sadness today,' Hostess spokesman Tom Becker said, adding: '18,500 people had jobs yesterday and knew they weren't going to have jobs anymore when they woke up today.'

The 82-year-old company, based in Irving, Texas, said a nationwide worker strike crippled its ability to make and deliver products, which include Ding Dongs, Ho Ho’s, Dolly Madison and Drake's cakes.

'There's no way to soften the fact that this will hurt every Hostess Brands employee,' the company's chief executive, Gregory Rayburn, said in a letter to employees.

'All Hostess Brands employees will eventually lose their jobs - some sooner than others.'
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img code photo ... St. Louis, Missouri

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Shut: A sign taped onto the door of Hostess plant is seen in St. Louis as the company goes out of business

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img code photo ... Farewell - Twinkies and CupCakes

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Farewell: The maker of Twinkies and CupCakes is going out of business and laying off thousands of workers

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Hostess had warned its workers that it would file a motion in U.S. Bankruptcy Court to unwind its business and sell assets if plant operations didn't return to normal levels by Thursday evening.

It went ahead and filed the motion on Friday, but said deliveries will continue and Hostess Brands retail stores will stay open for several days to sell already-baked products.

Yet the eventual closure will shutter 33 bakeries, 565 distribution centers, 570 bakery outlet stores and approximately 5,500 delivery routes, the Chicago Sun-Times reported, leaving thousands out of work.

VIDEO: The loss of an iconic treat, and thousands of jobs:
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img code photo ... Lee Byers

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Out of work: Lee Byers mans the picket line outside the closed Wonder Bread bakery in Lenexa, Kansas

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img code photo ... On strike - Kravis Pfeiffer - representing Hostess workers in Peoria, Illinois

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On strike: Striking worker and Chief Steward Kravis Pfeiffer from the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union, representing Hostess workers in Peoria, Illinois

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img code photo ... Angry employees - BCTGM Local 149 - ON STRIKE against Hostess Brands

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Angry employees: Workers gather to strike outside the Hostess bakery in Memphis earlier this week

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'It’s a very sad day because there's lots of history there,' Donald Woods, president of the Local 1 union that represents 500 workers at Hostess plants in Schiller Park, Hodgkins and Peoria, Illinois told the Sun-Times.

'We have members who've had 40 years there. ... Their dream was working there and retire there.'
Valorie Smith, who has worked at the Hostess packing plant in Schiller Park for 27 years, stood outside her workplace on Friday with a group of fellow employees waiting to hear the news.

Smith, 50, said the 10- to 12-hour shifts were tough. 'I gave it my all here,' she lamented to the Sun-Times. 'It’s hard on your body. It breaks you down.'

The privately held company filed for Chapter 11 protection in January, its second trip through bankruptcy court in less than a decade.
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img code photo ... R.I.P. IBC ... Hostess owned Dolly Madison bakery in Emporia, Kansas

Fighting back: Union members with Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International picket across the street from the Hostess owned Dolly Madison bakery in Emporia, Kansas on Wednesday

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img code photo ... St. Louis, Missouri

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Waiting game: Picketers play cards outside of the Hostess plant in St. Louis on Friday

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img code photo ... Cake Bakery - Seattle, Washington State

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Outrage: Diana McKinley, a 33-year employee of Hostess, pickets on Thursday in Sacramento, California

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img code photo ... The Closure

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Over: The closure affects 33 bakeries, 565 distribution centers, 570 bakery stores and 5,500 delivery routes

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‘Many people have worked incredibly long and hard to keep this from happening, but now Hostess Brands has no other alternative than to begin the process of winding down and preparing for the sale of our iconic brands,’ Rayburn said.

'We deeply regret the necessity of today’s decision, but we do not have the financial resources to weather an extended nationwide strike.'

But union members said the company only has itself to blame.

Thousands of members of the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union went on strike last week after rejecting a contract offer in September that cut wages and benefits.

Most of the company's employees had approved an eight per cent pay cut for the coming year, but the members of the Bakery, Confectionary, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union had voted against the cut and a change in the pension plan.
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img code photo ... Ogden, Utah

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Iconic brand: A Hostess Twinkies sign is shown at the Utah Hostess plant in Ogden, Utah

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img code photo ... A Hostess Wonder Bread truck

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Pulling out: A Hostess Wonder Bread truck is shown in front of the Utah Hostess plant in Ogden

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'The crisis facing Hostess Brands is the result of nearly a decade of financial and operational mismanagement that resulted in two bankruptcies, mountains of debt, declining sales and lost market share,' the union said in a statement.

'The Wall Street investors who took over the company after the last bankruptcy attempted to resolve the mess by attacking the company’s most valuable asset – its workers.'

Hostess has said that production at about a dozen of its 33 plants has been seriously affected by the strike. Three plants were closed earlier this week.

The company, founded in 1930, was fighting battles beyond labor costs. Competition is increasing in the snack space and Americans are becoming more conscious about healthy eating.
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--- A HISTORY OF TWINKIES: AMERICA'S FAVORITE SNACK FOOD & PUNCHLINE

The quintessential junk food treat - a cream-filled, 150-calorie sponge cake - has been called the "cream puff of the proletariat" and the "snack with a snack in the middle." It faces extinction now that its maker, Hostess Brands, announced plans to liquidate amid a dispute with striking bakers.

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