Production of Pacquin hand cream was discontinued by the manufacturer. The product is no longer available on store shelves but can be found for sale on sites such as Ebay.com.
Production of Pacquin hand cream was discontinued by the manufacturer. The product is no longer available on store shelves but can be found for sale on sites such as Ebay.com.... Production of Pacquin hand cream was discontinued by the manufacturer. The product is no longer available on store shelve
This cream feels more like O’Keefe’s hard working hand cream. I am sure it works fine but it doesn’t feel or smell anything like the old Paquins. I even wrote to the old company about 4 or 5 years ago, which I think was bought by the company who makes Jergens and begged them to bring Paquins back.
Then one day, I just Googled Pacquins hand cream, and it popped up for sale. I was so excited, I could hardly type. (And I texted my sister immediately!) Pacquin Hand Cream™ is Back! YAY, I’m so happy since I learned that Pacquin Hand Cream™ is back on the market! (Has been since 2018, but I didn’t know!) I just ordered it…
Rumors are that the last 4-ounce jars of Pacquin hand cream were sold for more than $20 a piece. Although incredibly expensive, many people were lured to buy the last jars available to the public. Many people now have to look for a replacement for Pacquin hand cream, such as Eucerin Intensive Repair Cream .
With this acquisition J & J also acquired the now precious Pacquins hand cream along with its other incarnations, Pacquins plus hand cream, Pacquins hand and body cream, Pacquin plus hand and body cream, Pacquins medicated hand cream. Well for one thing this might just be a rumor or if true, a way for J & J to bump up the price.
How to use Pacquin Plus Hand/Body Cream. Use this product as directed. Some products require priming before use. Follow all directions on the product package.
One of the BrandlandUSA readers asks to bring back Pacquin Hand Cream. It was one of the nation’s best known hand creams, for generations made by the Connecticut company Pacquin-Lester, later known as Leeming-Pacquin. Leeming, of course, made Hai Karate, so it was sort of a wacky-hip company.
This was the best hand cream ever made! I grew up on a spending summers with my family on a large power boat. My hands were constantly in saltwater, helping my Dad with the lines and crab pots. Pacquins was the only hand cream that helped my extremally dry hands.
For those who had been using Pacquins hand cream for years, it was a great shock and disappointment to realize that this cream had been discontinued. In spite of a lot of lobbying by those who swear by Pacquins hand and body cream, apparently it has not yet been re-continued.