Working with polymer clay requires constantly washing your hands, which leaves them dry and uncomfortable. Don't you hate that? If you relate to these problems, I have the solution for you: MAKE A SUGAR SCRUB!
When I was just taking my first shy steps into the hobby, a friend told me about sugar scrubs. I'm so thankful she did! Over the last years I've been using it, and it works like a charm. They seem to be fairly popular, so you can find many recipes online (Monster Kookies from DeviantArt has some very interesting ones). This is my recipe, feel free to try it or use it as a base to develop your own.
Sugar scrubs are good for a lot of things: conditioning your hands, exfoliating, pampering yourself, moisturizing, etc. One use I particularly love is using them to clean my hands after a good day of working with polymer clay, but they're also great to remove cookie dough or paint from your fingers. This recipe was specially developed for clayers, but feel free to use it for anything you want.