FAQ

I'm allergic to nuts and working joe has Shea butter (derived from the Shea nut) in it. Can I still use it?
While Shea butter is in fact made from the compressed oil of the Shea nut, due to the proteins of the actual nut, it is not considered in the allergic family of nuts. To date there has never been a single case of nut allergy from the use of Shea butter anywhere in the world.

How much working joe all natural hand and foot repair should I use?
While use may vary, the average we have found for most folks is to portion a small amount approximately the size of one shelled peanut and spread it equally over both hands. make sure to rub it into your cuticles and other areas of particular dryness or damage. Working Joe is super concentrated so a little goes a long way.

Where should I use working joe all natural hand and foot repair?
Obviously hands and feet are the biggest areas of use, but we are very happy to share that many working joe customers also find that it adds amazing relief from exzema and psoriasis anywhere on the body. heals and elbows are another great place to use it.

Is it toxic for kids or animals?
While we can't address every possible situation all of our ingredients are all natural, skin and cosmetic safe, and actually considered safe enough to ingest (although we advise against it)

How long does one 3 ounce tin last?
With regular use (2 to 3 times daily) a single tin should last approximately 5 weeks. I myself use it more than that and get about 6 weeks out of a tin.

Who uses Working Joe?
We here at Working Joe are finding that pretty much anybody can benefit from our amazing product;

  • Athletes
  • Factory workers
  • Nurses and doctors
  • Sportsman and women
  • Police
  • Firefighters
  • Landscapers
  • Concrete workers
  • Boaters
  • Campers
  • Truck drivers
  • Golfers and so many others!

We have also been informed by some our beloved customers that have had to deal with the challenges of cancer and chemotherapy treatments that Working Joe and Working Jane provide substantial relief from the dry skin that commonly occurs around the chemotherapy port that is attached for treatment.

We are not in any way making any type of medical claims but we feel that someone going through cancer has enough hardship to deal with. If our product can possibly offer them any degree of relief we need to share this information.

Will the Detroit Lions ever get to the Super Bowl?
We doubt it, but remain hopeful.

Thanks for your business,

Joe