Ok so I'm cheating a little here... My latest purchase is UD's Afterglow blush in Video and the RT Miracle Complexion sponge, but I just bought them three hours ago so I haven't used them yet...
The products I'll review instead are the O'Keeffe's Working Hands and Healthy Feet creams. I heard someone mention the foot cream on youtube some time ago (It might have been Cassie/Thriftthick?), but I bought the cream on a whim maybe two-ish weeks ago. I was amazed at how well it works and ran out to get the hand cream within a week! These creams are an absolute hit in my book! I have very dry and thick skin on my heels and toes and I hadn't found a balm that actually softened my feet more than temporarily. I have not had problems with cracking or anything like that though, the other foot creams have seen to that I suppose. My hands are very dry, especially in the winter, because I wash them too often and I am not always wearing gloves even though I should when it's this cold (damn touch screens....).
These creams are fairly firm, the hand cream being just slightly softer than the foot cream, and scentless. They remind me of stearin candles, in a way. I have no other hand or foot cream with the same texture. You only need a small amount (less than a pea) to moisturize the hands/feet. Because it's non-greasy and that funny "steariny" texture, it doesn't feel like it's doing much and you might be tempted to use more than advised.
But the results are irrefutable, my skin feels so soft, both on my hands and feet, even hours after application. I only needed to use the creams a couple of times before I decided I was never going to live without these. With exfoliation (using a pumice stone) I hope to be able to get rid of even the hardest/thickest parts of my big toe that has been there forever!
One of the biggest advantages to this formula is that I can put on the hand cream and pretty much immediately be able to use my phone etc. Also, using foot cream is much more fun if you know it's going to be effective! I would recommend this to people who have a smartphone, who do not like greasy or scented creams and those who like to see results quickly. I guess I wouldn't recommend it to those who dislike jars of cream, but they do sell a squeezy tube version too. You get a little less than a 100g for 11,90€ where I live, but I'm sure it's way cheaper in the US.