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Bloody Knuckles vs Working Hands: Should You Go With Duke Cannon Or O'Keeffe's For Hand Cream?

Whether you are a person who works a lot with their hands or if you just like to have a cream that helps protect your hands from cracking in the cold, there is a good bet you have heard of at least the following two hand creams. Bloody Knuckles by Duke Cannon and Working Hands by O'Keeffe. Is there really one that is better based on the information that we have out there. On looks alone they look pretty close. That said let's take a quick look anyway. First Bloody Knuckles by Duke Cannon.

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First thing we obviously want to check out is the price relative to the amount of cream that you get. On Amazon the options that are being offered hover around $15.77 for a 5 oz unit. The feedback is very good. We're seeing on Amazon a 4.8 star score on over 1200 ratings. We have heard through the grapevine that bloody knuckles tends to be better for the kind of hands that go through a lot of punishment. Like if you were a fighter or emergency worker. What is also cool is that they mention how a portion of proceeds go towards US veteran benefits. Now let's take a look at O'Keeffe.

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Right off the bat one thing gives the Working Hands an edge, and that is price per ounce. You can get a 6.8 ounce jar for only $15. So not only is it a bit cheaper than the bloody knuckles, you get a full 1.8 ounces more of cream. Feedback also has an edge at a 4.8 star score with over 20,000 ratings. While the working hands does have more ratings, we can chalk that up to simply being in the game longer and having more sales. It's not unfair to say that after 1000 ratings there is a good bet that each additional rating doesn't really change that much. So the fact that both creams have a 4.8 star score I think is the more important factor. From what we can see, we don't know if O'Keeffe gives any portions of profits away, so Duke Cannon gets a point there.

All in all you probably can't go wrong with either cream. They will both serve their purpose well as we can see by the feedback. The only tie breaker would be what you want to do as far as price. Do you want to get the cream with more bang for your buck? Then you go with working hands. If on the other hand (see what I did there?) you want to leave a little bit of cream on the table to help a good cause, than Bloody Knuckles will probably be more to your liking. Check out the links below to buy either one.

O'Keefe's Working Hands:

Duke Cannon Bloody Knuckles:

NOTE: All price and review info is based on the time of posting. The numbers may have changed since the creation of this article. Don't forget to always research everything yourself before you buy it, don't just take our word for it. All links to Amazon on this page are part of the Associates program which gives us commissions, thanks for your support!


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